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Chris Hemsworth Opens Up About Martin Scorsese Take That Was ‘An Eye-Roll For Me’

Chris Hemsworth is still angry that his lifelong “heroes” have publicly bashed comic book movies.

The Marvel actor already addressed both Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino last year for their negative views on the comic book movie genre and added Francis Ford Coppola to the list in an interview Sunday with The Times.

“It felt harsh,” Hemsworth said about the directors’ comments. “And it bothers me, especially from heroes.”

“It was an eye-roll for me, people bashing the superhero space,” he continued. “Those guys had films that didn’t work too — we all have. When they talked about what was wrong with superheroes, I thought, cool, tell that to the billions who watch them. Were they all wrong?”

Marvel has grossed more than $29 billion at the worldwide box office since “Iron Man” kicked off its cinematic universe in 2008. Hemsworth, who has starred in eight Marvel films since 2011, is nonetheless frustrated by the notion that comic book movie dominance is a bad thing.

“Cinema-going did not change because of superheroes, but because of smartphones and social media,” Hemsworth argued during the interview Sunday. “Superhero films actually kept people in the cinemas during that transition and now people are coming back.”

“So they deserve a little more appreciation,” he continued.

Scorsese told Empire magazine in 2019 that modern comic book films are more akin to theme park rides — and “not cinema.” He expanded on his opinion in an essay for The New York Times, writing that “nothing is at risk” in their stories.

Journalists started asking their famous interview subjects how they felt about that stance as a result, spurring discourse-widening answers by the likes of Anthony Hopkins, Nicolas Cage and Coppola himself — who

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