The director of Dune joins the line of directors who criticize the massive productions of Disney and Marvel.
We may like it or not, we may agree or not, but the truth is that the great directors of the film industry seem to agree that the work they do Marvel it harms what is the seventh art. He was recently Martin Scorsese and now he is Denis Villeneuve who, before the consultation, was critical of Disney films and Stan Lee’s editorial.
“Perhaps the problem is that we are in front of too many Marvel movies that are nothing more than a copy and paste of others“Commented the director in an interview with The world, before the imminent premiere of Dune. “Maybe these kinds of movies have turned us into zombies a bit. But big and expensive movies of a lot of value there are many today”.
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Denis Villeneuve ensures that large budgets can force blockbusters to meet the collection and ensures that this is not an excuse for making films that are not very artistic: “NI’ve never felt like a loss or an impediment to have a generous budget to do what I wanted to do ”.
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