The famous filmmaker Martin Scorsese, recently earned outrage of the Marvel fans when he referred to superhero films to not be ‘real cinema.’ Although it had started more of a debate on social media, it seems the writers of Avengers: Endgame were not really affected by the statement.
Recently, while talking to Variety, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, writers of the blockbuster Avengers: Endgame gave their take on Scorsese’s jab.
“I just react by going… everyone is entitled to their opinion. Clearly, this movie — Endgame — has reached a great number of people and has pleased a great number of people, I have to say, in a way that a movie has not in a long time, in a group coming together,” Christopher had stated.
Adding further, the hit-film writer also said, “If that’s not cinema, I’m don’t know what is. That is a collective, emotional experience that happened worldwide.”
Sharing his opinion, Stephan McFeely also added “All sorts of movies for all sorts of people. This one seemed like it was for a lot of people,” thus stating how the duo did not really agree with what The Irishman filmmaker had to say.