League of Justice director, Zack Snyder, has voiced his opinion on Martin Scorsese’s controversial comments condemning superhero movies. Snyder himself has been a hot topic lately given the release of his 4-hour cut. from 2017 DCEU movie, Justice League, at the beginning of the year and his most recent film, Army of the dead. Army of the dead released on Netflix today and starring Dave Bautista, Omari Hardwick, Ella Purnell and more.
In October 2019, while promoting his epic of a movie, the IrishLegendary director Martin Scorsese made some controversial comments about superhero movies, particularly those of the MCU. The good friends The director affirmed that the films are not of cinema, but that they are the closest thing to what I could compare them “.as well done as they are, with actors doing their best under the circumstances, [are] Theme parks. “He admitted that he tried to see them but couldn’t get in, stating that superhero movies are not in the business of trying to broadcast. complex psychological and emotional experiences of the human condition. These claims, which he doubled down quite purposefully, became controversial, sparking widespread debate throughout the film industry about what constitutes a movie and what doesn’t. Many celebrities spoke out on the issue, both for and against Scorsese’s claims.
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Now in a Q&A with colleagues and fans facilitated by The GuardianSuperhero film director Zack Snyder has also shared his rather biased feelings about Scorsese’s comments. In the question and answer session, Snyder called Scorsese a “genius“And your comments”just, ”Empowering everyone to have their own opinion while hoping that he had gotten rid of the criticism directed at the director’s superhero. Snyder continues to praise the Marvel movies himself, stating: “I don’t know there is a better way to do it. “Read his full answer below:
What is your response to Martin Scorsese’s (and others) criticism of superhero movies?
Oh, it’s fair. Martin Scorsese is a genius. If you are really good at something, commenting on that world is entirely within your rights. And that doesn’t diminish my respect for him. I’m sure he wasn’t talking about me films [laughs]. It could have been, but I like to think it wasn’t. He was referring to the others.
Snyder, one of the best known and polarizers in Hollywood directors, began in 2004 with his remake of the classic 1978 horror film, Dawn of the Dead. Since then, Snyder has stood his ground in the world of heroes (super or not) directing hits like Watchmen, Sucker Punch, Y 300. More recently, Snyder is known for his work directing three films within the DCEU: Iron Man, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Y League of Justice, which Snyder left during production in 2017 after the untimely death of his daughter. League of Justice it was terminated by Joss Whedon, who drastically changed Snyder’s view and was criticized for accusations of his misconduct on set. League of Justice was widely considered a failed movie, and this prompted fans to organize an online movement to release the Snyder Cut of League of Justice. That cut was released earlier this year on HBO Max and garnered both financial success and critical acclaim (of which the first version had none), though it lost a few points for its massive 4-hour runtime.
Snyder continues his heroic / action trend with his new movie, Army of the dead, which launched today and follows a group of people trying to orchestrate a heist at a Las Vegas casino during a zombie apocalypse. It’s good to see Snyder being diplomatic and realistic about his reaction to Scorsese’s comments as someone who has made much of his fame directing superhero movies. After all, everyone has the right to have their own opinions … whether they are correct or incorrect.
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Fountain: The Guardian
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