Quentin Tarantino has made it clear that Marvel movies aren’t his cup of tea, but actor Simu Liu cheerfully reminds the director that the films and the studio behind them have made underrepresented communities bigger than ever before. has provided an opportunity to see on the screen.
“If the only gatekeepers to movie stardom came from Tarantino and Scorsese, I would never have had the opportunity to lead a $400 million-plus movie,” Liu, star of Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” wrote On Twitter “I’m in awe of his filmmaking skills. He’s a transcendent writer. But he can’t turn his nose at me or anyone.
He continued: “No film studio is perfect and never will be. But I’m proud to work with a man who has constantly strived to improve diversity on screen by creating heroes who are everywhere.” Empowering and inspiring people in communities. I also loved the ‘Golden Age’.. but it was white as hell.
Leo apparently made his comments on social media in response to a podcast interview Tarantino gave in which he criticized the “Marvelization of Hollywood.”
The movies, he says on the “2 Bears, 1 Cave” podcast, “are the only things that generate any sort of excitement among fans or even for the studio that makes them.”
He also said that the actors who appear in these films are “not movie stars” because of his “franchise characters who become stars.”
Tarantino clarified before making his comments that he didn’t “hate” the Marvel movies but said he “didn’t love them”.
This is the place Not the first time The “Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood” director has harsh words for the behemoth studio’s movies — and he’s not alone.
As Leo cites, Martin Scorsese is among other legendary filmmakers who publicly Problem taken With Marvel movies dominating the box office.
Both filmmakers, meanwhile, have faced criticism of their own — for dismissing questions about Scorsese’s Lack of female actors in his films And the lack of diversity in Tarantino’s cast “Once Upon a Time in…Hollywood” And Violence against women is often depicted in his films.
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” earned more than that. $432 million worldwide During its box office run. As of last year, director Destin Daniel Creighton was set to produce a sequel.