These days, it might seem like any Hollywood director would be lucky to get involved with a Marvel project. However, from Quentin Tarantino This concept does not appeal to you at all. He called all those who participated in this cinematographic universe “day laborers”.
As part of an interview for the release of his new book, Cinema Speculation, Tarantino said Los Angeles Times what No desire to participate in any Marvel projects, since it considers that all managers are employed only to fulfill a specific task, and only for that. This is what he commented:
“You have to be a day laborer to do those jobs. I am not a day laborer. I’m not looking for a job.”
with this, The director mentioned the current state of big Hollywood movies Another reason why he doesn’t plan to collaborate with Marvel.
“Of course, I loved ‘Star Wars.’ What can I not like? But remember, and that’s not a ‘but’ in a negative way, but in a good way. The movie totally got me and I was rocking and rolling with these characters… When the lights came on, I felt like a million bucks. And I looked around and had this moment of recognition, thinking, ‘Wow! What a time in the cinema!’
Now, this isn’t necessarily the exact type of movie I like. At the end of the day, I’m a ‘close encounter’ guy. [del tercer tipo]’, is just the biggest idea and Spielberg is all set to create an epic not just for moviegoers, but for everyday people. Few movies have had a climax like ‘Close Encounter’. It surprised the audience.”
n movie speculation, Tarantino opens up about the current state of Hollywood, where he noted that superhero movies resembled musicals in the 1960s and that the trend would eventually end. Relatedly, this is first impression Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Similarly, Daniel Radcliffe talked about his possible involvement in the MCU.
While there is a certain degree of truth to Tarantino’s position and many Marvel directors do their thing and that’s it, there are a couple who make movies that stand out to us and the latest is Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of MadnessWhich managed to captivate the masses, in part, thanks to Sam Raimi’s direction.