Kevin Wright Responds to Scorsese’s “Danger” to Culture Comment

Kevin Wright, the producer of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) series Loki, has responded to filmmaker Martin Scorsese’s controversial comment that superhero movies are a “danger” to culture.

Kevin Wright Responds to Scorsese
Loki Producer Kevin Wright Responds to Scorsese

Kevin Wright Defends Superhero Movies

In a recent interview, Wright said that he disagrees with Scorsese’s assessment, and that he believes that superhero movies can be just as artistic and cinematic as any other genre.

“I would challenge anyone watching to say that [this show] is not cinematic, and it’s not built with the highest craftsmanship and care,” Wright said. “Any of these shows, any of these movies, anything in this world is about making a character focused story that audiences can connect with.”

Scorsese has made his criticisms of superhero movies known in the past, saying that he doesn’t believe they are “cinema” because they are too formulaic and lack personal expression.

However, Wright argues that superhero movies can be just as diverse and innovative as any other genre, and that they can tell stories that are just as meaningful and impactful.

“Frankly, people just want to see good stories,” Wright said. “And there are plenty of good stories being told in the superhero genre.”

Wright’s comments are in line with those of other filmmakers and actors who have defended superhero movies in the past, such as James Gunn, Ryan Coogler, and Brie Larson.

The debate over the artistic merit of superhero movies is likely to continue for some time, but it’s clear that the genre is here to stay. And with filmmakers like Kevin Wright at the helm, we can expect to see even more innovative and exciting superhero movies in the years to come.

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