TO Chris Hemsworth he didn’t like it at all Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania and he made it known in an interview in a rather specific way, politically correct but clear about his position on the current state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This is the same interview in which the actor admitted that Thor: Love and Thunder was at times very silly that he was embarrassed by the feature film and that he had a hard time noticing during production. But after the film was released, it received dozens of criticisms, including from eight-year-olds, friends of his children.
In another question, G.K. asked Chris Hemsworth about his opinion on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania. Hemsworth, being as politically correct as possible, clarified that he “hadn’t seen her yet.” Quite an effective way to get rid of embarrassment to express an opinion about the film.
But he immediately asked the journalist what his opinion about the film was, to which he replied that “It seems that everything in Marvel should be very big.” The actor responded to this comment by imitating the voice from the trailer: “Your planet is in danger, the entire universe is in danger. Yes, like in the last 24 past films,” clearly poking fun at how in many films in the franchise another superhero saves the world for the forty-eighth time.
In a more serious tone, Chris Hemsworth explained that he thinks superhero films should have a slightly more personal, down to earth tone. The actor cites that sometimes this type of production tries to be so generous, so epic, that the characters and their idiosyncrasies are lost. Which, in fact, is one of the many problems he faced. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Maniathe movie that you didn’t see.
Chris Hemsworth points out one of the problems that Marvel had in the fourth and fifth stages of their cinematic universe.
Chris Hemsworth just pointed out one of the biggest challenges the Marvel Cinematic Universe is facing in Phases 4 and 5. One film after another with the same formula: the Earth is in danger, the universe is in danger, and the superhero is going to solve it at the last moment in front of an enemy with the ability to end our reality.
A formula that is being used as a solution to the massive increase in the number of Marvel Studios releases each year, both movies and TV shows. In the process, humanity, detail, and what makes the characters unique were lost. This is partly why there is a gap and disinterest between Marvel and the audience.
Hemsworth explained that if he plays Thor again, he will do so as long as the character’s register changes. He noted that he eventually tires quickly, and that this is a way to continue the franchise.
So much Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania How Thor: Love and Thunder They received very negative reviews from specialized critics. In fact, these are two important examples of the challenges facing the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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