Samuel L. Jackson Responds to Quentin Tarantino’s Marvel Criticism

Samul L. Jackson Quentin Marvel Criticism

The statement by Quentin Tarantino that Marvel actors are “not movie stars” has been refuted by Samuel L. Jackson. The only actor who can claim both a lengthy tenure as Nick Fury in the MCU and a fruitful and enduring working relationship with Quentin Tarantino is Samuel L. Jackson. On Tuesday’s episode of The View, the actor plays Nick Fury in the MCU and has previously worked closely with Tarantino, has Responded to Quentin Tarantino’s Marvel Criticism.

In an interview with the 2 Bears 1 Cave podcast a few weeks ago, the renowned director of movies like Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino, claimed that the actors in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films are not well-known actors. In Tarantino’s opinion, the actors in these movies don’t stand out as much as the characters do. Tarantino was essentially saying that Marvel actors aren’t movie stars.

Quentin Tarantino Explains on Marvel Actors aren’t Movie Stars

The Marvelization of Hollywood is based on the fact that now we have all these actors who have become famous playing these characters,” he said. But they are not real movie stars. Captain America is the star. Or Thor. I’m not the first to say this; it’s been said many times. The real stars are the franchise characters. I don’t even want to belittle them, frankly. But it’s the truth: this is the legacy of the Marvelization of Hollywood films.

I don’t love them. And I don’t hate them, that’s fine. If these movies had come out when I was 20, I would have been f**king happy and loved them. I used to collect Marvel comics like crazy when I was a kid,” he said. I’m almost 60, so yes. But there are other films to be made. They would be just movies, among others. No, I’m not that excited to see them.

My only criticism against them is that they are the only things produced. And they’re the only things that seem to generate excitement among the fans or for the studio that makes them. This is what people are raving about. And so they are the exclusive representation of this cinematic era. There isn’t room for anything else. This is my problem.

Samuel L. Jackson about Quentin Tarantino’s Marvel Criticism

When speaking to The View, Jackson strongly disagreed with his friend. It takes an actor to play those particular characters, and has the mark of movie stardom always been to keep people with their butts in their seats? So what are we talking about? – Jackson said. There is nothing controversial and nothing to clarify about these actors being movie stars. Chadwick Boseman is Black Panther. You can’t deny it, and he’s a movie star.