Avengers: Endgame writer Christopher Markus has hit back at criticism of the Marvel movies, by which we mean he has opened up that Martin Scorsese can of worms again.
Last year, the legendary director criticised the franchise, saying that he believed they were “not cinema” and likened them to theme parks instead.
Everyone and their mum had a response to those quotes last October, and now Markus has gone there again.
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One viewer asked him if he knew how many people would be affected by that Tony Stark and Peter Parker moment during The Snap.
“Yes,” he replied. “Because we all love these characters. It’s why these movies work. It’s one of the reasons that they’re, you know, cinema.”
The Marvel movie watch parties have had the people involved in the films revealing some interesting behind-the-scenes info.
During the Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2 tweetalong, Chris Pratt revealed that he actually got knocked out cold during the filming, while director James Gunn explained why the movie has so many scenes during and after the credits.
The #QuarantineWatchParty is going to continue on Twitter tonight (Monday, April 27) at 7pm ET, which is midnight on Tuesday in the UK.
We are sure to get some really interesting trivia from the making of the movie, and that it will be an emotional experience watching Tony’s final scene all together.
Avengers: Endgame is out now on DVD, Blu-ray, 3D, 4K and digital download, and is available on Disney+.
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