Martin Scorsese Publicly Apologises to Shang-Chi Star Simu Liu and Marvel Studios

Martin Scorsese Publicly Apologises to Shang-Chi Star Simu Liu and Marvel Studios

Martin Scorsese publicly apologizes to Simu Liu and Marvel Studios for his recent criticism. Martin and Quentin Tarantino expressed their dislike for popular superhero franchises like Marvel and DC. In a statement, Martin said that the films “are not real cinema”, and told not to compare them to “amusement park rides.” After his statement, Tarantino also came forward and told Marvel films are “made by hired hands.” he added, “You have all these actors who have become famous playing these characters,” the Kill Bill director said. “But they’re not movie stars… Captain America is the star. Or Thor is the star.”

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Simu Liu, star of The Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, reacted to their words on his social media account. Liu said “If the only gatekeepers to movie stardom came from Tarantino and Scorsese, I would never have had the opportunity to lead a $400 million plus movie. I am in awe of their filmmaking genius. They are transcendent auteurs. But they don’t get to point their nose at me or anyone.” he added “No movie studio is or ever will be perfect. But I’m proud to work with one that has made sustained efforts to improve diversity onscreen by creating heroes that empower and inspire people of all communities everywhere. I loved the “Golden Age” too.. but it was white as hell.”

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Soon after his post, Martin Scorsese publicly apologizes to Simu Liu and Marvel Studios: “I’m just an old Italian man who hasn’t had his daily meatballs. As part of my atonement, all donations from the Martin Scorsese Film Foundation will go into ‘Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.’ Wakanda Forever!”

Fans also defend the Marvel stars. A Twitter user said, “People can have their opinions, and yes, Tarantino made “edgy” films filled with stereotypes and F bombs and N words (that he likes to say personally and uses his films to say it himself), but there’s not one film Tarantino did that I would say was amazing.”

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