Tom Holland REBATE Martin Scorsese’s Marvel Films: “He Never Did”

At the end of 2019, Martin Scorsese caused controversy by asserting that “Marvel Studios does not make real cinema” and that “the titles released by the studio are not art”.

Soon after, several filmmakers supported the famous director of “Taxi Driver”, “Gangs of New York”, “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “The Irishman”.

Building on the success of “Spider-Man: No Return Home,” Tom Holland came to Marvel’s defense and questioned Scorsese’s opinion as he never made a hero movie.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the star said:

“You can ask Scorsese, ‘Would you like to make a Marvel movie? He doesn’t know what it is because he never had one.

He sniffed even more, saying he understood the subject better because he had worked with Marvel and in films which were considered for an Oscar, such as “Cherry” and “In the Heart of the Sea”.

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“I’ve made superhero movies and movies that have been considered Oscars, and the only real difference between them is that one is more expensive and the other is less expensive. The way I work with my character, the way the director works the story and the arcs – it’s the same thing, the same process, but on different scales. So yeah, I think superhero movies are art.

Holland concluded by saying his fellow Marvel colleagues would also agree.

“When you make these movies you know they’re good or bad, millions of people are going to see them. The difference is, if a little indie movie isn’t very good nobody will see it, so it comes with different levels of pressure. If you ask Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., or Scarlett Johansson – people who made the kind of Oscar-worthy movies and also made superhero movies – they’ll tell you they’re the same.

By the way, the portal announced that Sony and Marvel Studios intend to launch a campaign for “Spider-Man: No Return Home” to be nominated in major award categories, including Best Picture.

To date, the only Marvel movie included in the category is “Black Panther,” directed by Ryan Coogler in 2018.

Tom Rothman, Chairman of Sony, explained why he thinks today’s biggest blockbuster could turn out to be a landmark event.

“Cinema is going through a tricky phase and this is a great opportunity to recognize the strength of ‘Spider-Man: No Return Home’, it’s a great opportunity for the Academy. [de Artes e Ciências Cinematográficas] see the potential of this film.

Usually blockbusters and box office hits end up being overlooked by the Oscars, and that’s even rarer for an adaptation based on a superhero comic book.

“Black Panther” and “Joker” were rare exceptions due to their scripts with dramatic elements, which usually grab the attention of the Academy.

Either way, a Best Picture nomination for “Spider-Man: No Back Home” could be a great way to get more viewers during the awards show.

So, do you think the sequel has a chance?

Speaking of Oscar, protagonist Tom Holland also joked that he would win a statuette for his performance in the film.

When asked if he was ready to say goodbye to the character, he replied:

“I know I love this character and I’d be sad to say goodbye to him. But basically I got everything I wanted as Peter Parker, I really think I’ll even win the Oscar for that. film So that’s great.

Recalling that the feature film is still showing in theaters and is climbing at the box office.

So far, there is already US $ 876.2 million worldwide.

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Directed again by Jon Watts, the cast includes Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, JK Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr and Jacob Batalon.

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