Samuel L. Jacksonn charged Quentin Tarantino in response to the director’s statements about Marvel movies. In an interview with Entertainment Weeklythe well-known film actor as pulp fiction Y Unbreakable he took out the Nick Fury that he carries inside and He assured that the actors of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are movie stars. Jackson is the last to join the list of characters who respond to Tarantino.
The actor’s comments in the most recent episode of The view They show that not everyone pays homage to the director. Samuel L. Jackson, one of Quentin Tarantino’s closest allies, has starred in six of his ten films. Although there is a good relationship between the two, Jackson He has not thought twice about criticizing the comments that Tarantino made about the Marvel cinema.
Samuel L. Jackson’s response is added to that of Simu Liu, star of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, who charged against Tarantino a few days ago. Liu posted a tweet where he mentions that if the only guardians of stardom were Tarantino and Scorsese, he would never have had a chance to get the lead role in a 400 million dollar movie. “I am in awe of their cinematographic genius. They are transcendent authors. But they cannot point fingers at me or at anyone else,” said the actor.
What did Tarantino say about the actors in Marvel movies?
Some days ago, Quentin Tarantino declared that the actors of Marvel movies cannot be considered movie stars. In an interview with the podcast 2 Bears 1 Cave, the director pointed out that it is the characters and not the actors who maintain the level of importance. “They’re not movie stars, are they? Captain America is the star. Or Thor is the star. I mean, I’m not the first person to say that. I think that’s been said a million times,” Tarantino said.
Although Quentin Tarantino did not refer to Chris Evans or Chris Hemsworth, it was made clear that he did not consider them movie stars. Although the principal said he wasn’t putting them down, suggested that the concept of established actor that we saw in films of one or more decades ago is in danger of extinction. “It is the legacy of the marvelization of Hollywood movies,” he said.
Quentin Tarantino and other directors like Martin Scorsese or Francis Ford Coppola have shown their contempt for the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While we might agree with Ethan Hawke that This is a movie for 14 year olds.the truth is that the culprits are not the movies, but the system.
The millionaire income from tapes like Avengers: Endgame either Spider-Man: Homecoming go hand in hand with a robust distribution strategy. The premieres take over the movie theaters, where smaller productions have nothing to compete with. Although the economics of the movie business changed with the pandemic, big studios like Disney know that to recover the investment it is necessary to maintain the model of premieres on the big screen.