Karen Gillan, the performer of the role of Nebula in the MCU, reacted to criticism of Martin Scorsese, who said that he did not consider comic book adaptations "cinema", but categorized them as "theme parks". The actress's words are quoted by The Hollywood Reporter.
"I can say with complete confidence that Marvel movies are cinema. In the end, any cinema is generally telling stories using visual images," she said ... According to Gillan, "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn puts all his soul into his work. "They have so much soul and heart, so much of his personal experiences and humor. They literally are his reflection in the cinema. He is a real artist," the actress added.
Recall, that earlier James Gunn himself, as well as Joss Whedon, stood up for the movies based on the comics. The first one announced his "disappointment", as Martin Scorsese shared his opinion, admitting at the same time that he "does not watch such movies."
Note also that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in great demand among viewers around the world. In a short time, it became the highest grossing franchise in history with total grossing exceeding $ 23 billion.
The Topic of Article: The performer of the role of Nebula responded to Martin Scorsese.