October 16, 2021


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Stephen Dorff Had Nothing Good To Say About ‘Black Widow’: ‘I’m Embarrassed For Scarlett’

Despite being one of the most popular franchises in history, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is not without its detractors.

Indeed, several actors and filmmakers have publicly criticized the MCU, which has produced films like as Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, Thor: Ragnarok, and Dr. Strange.

Martin Scorcese earlier stated that Marvel films are “not cinema” in his opinion, prompting the filmmaker to explain in a comment to the New York Times.

Stephen Dorff, who recently featured in HBO’s True Detective, has now joined the ranks of Marvel detractors.

In a recent interview with The Independent, Dorff revealed his distaste for the upcoming Black Widow, which will be released on July 9th in theatres and on Disney+.

He says, “I’m still looking for nice things because I don’t want to be in Black Widow. It appears to be rubbish to me. It appears to be a poor video game. I feel sorry for those individuals. For Scarlett’s sake, I’m humiliated! I’m sure she was paid five or seven million dollars, but I feel bad for her. I don’t want to be in any of those films. I honestly don’t think so. Instead, I’ll locate that young filmmaker who’s going to be the next Kubrick and work for him.”

Given how protective Marvel fans are, it didn’t take long for Dorff to face the wrath of a disgruntled following.

The True Detective star immediately became a Twitter trending topic, drawing a barrage of criticism from people who didn’t agree with his flippant assessment.

At this point, Johansson has not responded to Dorff’s criticism of her upcoming feature, which will be the first solo picture for Black Widow.

She has, however, appeared in numerous MCU films, with her first appearance in Iron Man 2 in 2010.

Though Dorff may not be anticipating the arrival of the forthcoming Marvel picture, don’t be shocked if it takes the top spot at the box office when it opens at the end of the week.

Will you be seeing the next installment of Marvel’s cinematic universe?

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