One of the criticisms made by Scorsese with regard to MCU films was that in his opinion, there was no risk. Likewise "no revelation, mystery or real emotional danger". Feige mentioned both Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War.
"Our two most popular characters have embarked on a very serious physical and theological altercation," said Feige. "We killed half of our characters at the end of a movie .I think it's fun for us to take our hit and use it to take risks and go places." different."
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Feige also mentioned some of the other initiatives undertaken by the MCU, such as WandaVision's 1950s risky sitcom vibe and the fact that The Eternals features obscure comic book characters and a director equally under the Chloe Zhao's radar. "It's a very big film," he said. "It's a very expensive film, and we do it because we believe in [Zhao] 's vision and what these characters can do, and we believe we need to continue to grow and evolve and evolve. our kind. "
"I think it's unfortunate," said Feige, responding to Scorsese's comments that Marvel films are bad for the film industry. "I think everyone who works on these movies loves movies, loves movies, enjoys going to the movies, enjoys watching a common experience in a movie theater filled with people."
"Everyone has a different definition of cinema," he added. "Everyone has a different definition of art.Everyone has a different definition of risk.Some people think that it's not the cinema.Everyone has the right to his opinion. Everyone has the right to write editorials on this opinion and I look forward to what will happen next, but in the meantime, we will continue to make movies. "
Matt Fowler is a writer for IGN and a member of the Television Critics Association. Follow him on Twitter at @TheMattFowler and Facebook on Facebook.com/MattBFowler.