Chris Hemsworth has described Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino’s previous criticism of Marvel motion pictures as “tremendous miserable”.
In 2019, Scorsese stated movies within the Marvel Cinematic Universe had been “not cinema”. The director later expanded upon his criticism in an article for The New York Instances, the place he highlighted their detrimental impression on the exhibition of non-franchise movies.
Tarantino, in the meantime, claimed Marvel actors aren’t actual film stars throughout a podcast look in November. “A part of the Marvel-ization of Hollywood is… you might have all these actors who’ve turn into well-known enjoying these characters. However they’re not film stars. Proper? Captain America is the star. Or Thor is the star. I imply, I’m not the primary individual to say that.”
Talking about their feedback throughout an interview with GQ, Hemsworth, who performs Thor within the MCU, stated: “That’s tremendous miserable once I hear that. There goes two of my heroes I received’t work with. I suppose they’re not a fan of me.”
Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’. CREDIT: Marvel Studios / Disney
He added: “I’m grateful that I’ve been part of one thing that saved folks in cinemas. Now, whether or not or not these movies had been to the detriment of different movies, I don’t know.”
“I don’t love after we begin scrutinising one another when there’s a lot fragility within the enterprise and on this area of the humanities as it’s… I say that much less to the administrators who made these feedback, who’re all, by the way in which, nonetheless my heroes, and in a heartbeat I’d leap to work with any of them. However I say it extra to the broader opinion round that matter. I don’t assume any of us have the reply, however we’re making an attempt.”
Hemsworth additionally stated 2022’s Thor: Love And Thunder, directed by Taika Waititi, was “too foolish” for audiences. “I feel we simply had an excessive amount of enjoyable,” the actor stated. “It simply grew to become too foolish. It’s all the time arduous being within the heart of it and having any actual perspective… I really like the method, it’s all the time a experience. However you simply don’t understand how individuals are going to reply.”
The actor stars in Extraction 2, which is ready for launch on Netflix on June 16. He’s additionally set to star within the Mad Max: Fury Street prequel Furiosa, alongside Anya Taylor-Pleasure and Tom Burke.