domingo, 19 de febrero de 2017


Hablando sobre lo fallido de algunos villanos Marvel, Feige reconoció que la crítica es "probablemente correcta", pero justificó el enfoque prioritario sobre los héroes en términos de historia.

It always starts with what serves the story the most and what serves the hero the most.

A big criticism of ours is that we focus on the heroes more than the villains, I think that’s probably true.

Ronan’s great, Lee Pace did an awesome job, absolutely serves it, but certainly was there to go up against our heroes and to give our heroes a reason for coming together.

Loki, a great character, serves, in a lot of ways, Thor. Zemo served that conflict between Cap and Iron Man.

Taserface and Ayesha are less grandiose in their ambitions than Ronan was, for instance. Ayesha just wants to kill them for slighting her, and Taserface wants to lead the Ravagers and thinks that Yondu got soft.

Hablando de Infinity War:

In a movie that has a lot of characters, you could almost go so far as to say [the villain Thanos] is the main character.

That’s a bit of a departure from what we’ve done before, but that was appropriate for a movie called Infinity War.

Y comparando a Iron Man con Dark Knight:

In 2008, two superhero movies that came out.

 One focused on the villain, one focused on the hero, and we at Marvel looked at them, like ‘Yeah, we focus on the heroes. We don’t mind that. We like that.’

Please don’t start a flame war. Nobody wants that. We don’t do that. But, again, it really always is what serves the story.

Más sobre cine Marvel en INFINITY MARVEL.

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