New chapter in the crusade of several directors who they criticize the style to make movies of Marvel Studios, the great exponent and reference of the current superhero cinema in Hollywood. So much so, that the filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, responsible for the return of an icon of science fiction cinema such as Dune and director of other blockbusters such as The arrival, Blade Runner 2049 O Hitman, among others, has made some statements in which he attacks the way in which the UCM approaches the genre of superheroes, assuring that “they are nothing more than a cut and paste from others”. This is how the medium collects it The world through a recent interview with the Canadian director.
Spectators turned “a bit into zombies”
Thus, and through an extensive interview in which the filmmaker talks about his new project with the new Dune film that will hit theaters tomorrow, September 17, Villeneuve has not hesitated to criticize the lack of originality superhero cinema, especially Marvel Studios, with films that are too similar to each other: “Perhaps the problem is that we are in front of too many Marvel films that are nothing more than a cut and paste of others. Maybe this kind of movies they have turned us into zombies a bit… But big and expensive films of a lot of value there are many today ”, assures Villeneuve.
In this sense, he does not skimp on good words for other colleagues such as Christopher Nolan O Alfonso Cuaron, directors capable of big budget cinema and that at the same time is relevant in the most artistic aspect medium. According to the director, “I have never felt like a loss or an impediment to have a generous budget to do what I wanted to do”, surely speaking of one of his biggest blockbusters such as Blade Runner 2049, film very marked by its own style.
Let us remember that in the past other relevant directors such as Martin Scorsese They have already dedicated their own vision of the Marvel Studios way of making cinema, with numerous premieres a year as if from “amusement parks“It will be discussed, ensuring that” it is not cinema of human beings trying to express emotional and physical experiences to another human being.
Source | The world