Chris Hemsworth addresses Marvel critics: ‘It bothers me’

Chris Hemsworth expressed his "harsh" views about the criticism of Marvel films by notable directors like as Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese.  

In an interview with The Times of London, Hemsworth, 40, discussed the statements made by Scorsese and Coppola.  

"It felt harsh," the Furiosa actress explained. "This bothers me, especially from heroes. People who criticize the superhero genre made me roll my eyes.  

We've all had films that didn't work, just like they did. When they discussed what was wrong with superheroes, I thought, cool, tell the billions who watch them.  

The Thor star extended his point, claiming that "cinema-going did not change because of superheroes, but because of smartphones and social media."  

And, contrary to popular thought, "superhero pictures kept people in theaters during that shift, and they are now returning. So they deserve a little more recognition."  

The actor also discussed and later critiqued the actors and stars who appeared in the MCU.  

Although the Transformers One star did not identify any actors, he did mention Christian Bale's interview with GQ, in which he stated that working in front of a green screen is "monotonous."  

"It's like, 'They're successful films—put me in one. Oh, mine didn't work. "I'll bash them." Hemsworth spoke. "  

"Look, I grew up watching soap operas. It used to disturb me when actors spoke about the show with guilt or shame. Humility may go a long way.  


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