Quentin Tarantino Says He’ll Never Make Marvel Movies

If Marvel fans had hoped to see a movie from the universe directed by Quentin Tarantino, hope has come to an end. That because the filmmaker nailed that he will never make MCU movies.


During the promotion of your book, called Cinema Speculation, Tarantino laid out his thoughts on Marvel’s superhero movies in an interview with the LA Times. He criticized that Marvel Cinematic Universe films are made by “hired hands” and stating that he is not one of them.

“You have to be a contractor to do these things. I’m not hired. I’m not looking for a job,” she exposed. Quentin Tarantino wins two Oscars for Best Original Screenplay, with Django Unchained and pulp Fictionand was named the 19th greatest film director of the last 25 years by Quartz.


Quentin Tarantino Criticizes Marvel FilmsSource: Marvel

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Is not the first time a renowned film academy director has criticized Marvel movies. In 2019, Martin Scorsese, winner of the Oscar for best director for The Departeddeclared that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is “closer to amusement parks than to the cinema”.


Despite the criticism, Marvel continues to release box office successes. Avengers: Endgame had the highest grossing in the company’s history, with US$ 858.3 million (R$ 4 billion) in the United States.

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