-I think they created a lot of content. This leads to lower quality.
That’s what Herman Magnussen, a former Marvel fan, says.
He has it no Go see the new movie «Wonders» In the cinema.
And he is not alone in that:
Previous Marvel movies have gone against it 300 thousand visitors in the first week The new film has been watched by 14,522 Norwegians since it premiered on November 8.
Internationally, it is the lowest sales in Marvel history.
Marvel is out
Since 2008, we’ve seen superheroes on the movie screen several times a year.
Marvel has had more credit than any other film franchise, with hits like “The Avengers” films.
– Previously, the focus was on pure entertainment and storytelling, recalls Hermann.
Now the company is believed to be mass-producing the same story.
Here, Herman summarized:
– One person or another gets a power, then there’s a villain with the same power, then they fight towards the end and that’s it – with a few lines in the middle.
Reduces the volume of production
Marvel and its parent company Disney were actually supposed to release three superhero movies next year.
Now there will only be one.
The recently ended Hollywood strike may have helped delay many of the premieres.
But this is also one Conscious strategy.
Disney has “lost focus,” says Disney CEO Bob Iger, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He blames the former president.
Iger admits that the company has been sitting around for a long time amount above Quality.
Are you also tired of the eternal conveyor belt of superheroes?
Then you’re probably suffering from what’s called “superhero fatigue.”
Describes the term The overwhelming feeling of exhaustion that there’s always another superhero movie coming up.
You have to follow the universe closely to benefit from the movies, as film critic Einar Arvig explains.
– It’s like a homework test. He says people are tired of superheroes.
Has the period been specified?
Aarvig sees The Avengers: Endgame as the pinnacle of the genre.
– He thinks he’s put an end to it.
The critic thinks so BarbenheimerThe phenomenon can be read as a counter-reaction:
People flocked to movie theaters this summer to watch movies for free Superheroes and action.
Benjamin Brecken is a film journalist for VGTV.
Believes no We see the end of visas as soon as possible.
– It is noted that all major studios have made long-term plans for superhero films.
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