The longtime actor and director simply shared his “axe to grind” towards Marvel flicks — and it seems he is not a extremely large fan.
“I do not love them. No, I do not — I do not hate them. However I do not love them,” Quentin stated throughout an look on the 2 Bears, 1 Cave podcast.
Whereas he admits he most likely could be “fucking comfortable and completely love them” in his 20s, these days, he is “not fairly as excited” about them.
“My solely axe to grind towards them is that they’re the one issues that appear to be made,” he defined.
Quentin continued, “They usually’re the one issues that appear to generate any form of pleasure amongst a fanbase and even for the studio making them. That’s what they’re enthusiastic about.”
He famous that his essential points is that Marvel flicks appear to be the “complete illustration of this period of flicks” and that there is merely “not likely a lot room for anything.”
On high of that, Quentin says he believes Marvel films are the rationale that there are not any film stars anymore as a result of most individuals are going to the theater to see a superhero, not an actor.
“A part of the Marvel-ization of Hollywood is you could have all these actors who’ve change into well-known taking part in these characters,” Quentin stated. “However they’re not film stars. Proper? Captain America is the star. Or, Thor is the star.”
Whereas he says he is not attempting to rag on the movies, Quentin admits that it’s the “franchise characters that change into a star,” not the actors.
“However that’s…the legacy of the Marvel-ization of Hollywood films,” Quentin concluded.