We all know that Quentin Tarantino could be better at bringing the Marvel universe abroad.
Additionally, he recently spoke with the Los Angeles Times on the issue with the filmmakers of the MCU universe, whom the director described as “workers,” while on the press tour for his new book, Cinema Speculation.
“You have to be a hired hand to do those things,” Tarantino said of helming MCU movies. “I’m not a hired hand. I’m not looking for a job.”
The parallel is compelling since the circumstances are comparable, he told the LA Times. The director continues by saying that he would never work with Marvel as well because the movies they make are not within his wheelhouse.
Sure, I liked Star Wars. What’s wrong with it? The film completely transported me; I let myself be carried away by the characters. When the lights came on, I looked around and thought, “Wow! What beautiful moments for the cinema! “
However, this isn’t necessarily my favorite type of movie. I’m more of a ‘Close Encounter’s type, where Spielberg set out to make an epic for normal people, not just movie buffs. Few movies have had the kind of climax that ‘Close Encounters’ had. He stunned the audience.