Samuel L. Jackson on Scorsese’s recent statements: “Movies are films. Not everyone likes his things”.
Recently, Martin Scorsese has criticized the film Marvel devoted to superheroes, saying not to look at Empire Magazine because “they are not cinema.”
The considerations of the American director have predictably aroused the reactions of part of the industry. In addition to the response of James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy 1, 2, 3, Suicide Squad), Samuel L. Jackson’s punctually arrived, who as you know has been playing the role of Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for years.
Interjected by Variety, Jackson stated that it is right for the public to have different opinions, but mentioning that there are also people who Scorsese films don’t like. “I mean, it’s like saying that Bugs Bunny is not funny. Movies are movies. Not everybody likes his things. Everyone has an opinion, so it’s okay. But that won’t prevent anyone from making movies,” he said. commented.
Currently, Scorsese is working on The Irishman, another film about the mafia, with Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci in the cast. The film will arrive on Netflix and in some selected cinemas in November.
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