Quentin Tarantino Supports "Marvelization" of Hollywood Films; Chris Evans Agrees
Recently, Chris Evans, who plays the role of Captain America in the "Marvel" series, did a fresh photoshoot and interview for the October issue of "GQ" magazine.
During the interview, Chris Evans expressed his agreement with Quentin Tarantino's perspective on the "Marvelization" of Hollywood films. Tarantino had stated last year that Hollywood films were becoming "Marvelized." People flock to see Marvel movies not because of the actors like Chris Evans himself, but because characters like Captain America and Thor have become the stars. Evans believes that Tarantino's viewpoint holds merit, and he concurs: "That's the beauty of making Marvel movies. You don't have to constantly be in the spotlight, even when it's your own film. Quentin Tarantino's recent remarks got me thinking, you know, he's actually right. The characters are the real stars of these movies, and while you're a part of it, you don't feel the weight."
However, Kevin Feige, the President of Marvel Studios, disagrees with Chris Evans' perspective and told "GQ," "I think this is (Chris's) own take on it. I think it's helpful for many Avengers, including Robert Downey Jr., to give themselves that perspective, and it adds a lot to the filmmaking process. But for specific individuals, including Chris, this view doesn't align with reality."
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