Anthony Mackie agrees with Tarantino about Captain America

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“Marvel means the death of the movie star”

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Anthony Mackie has said he agrees with Quentin Tarantino about Captain America in a re-emerged interview.

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The actor who plays The Falcon / Captain America The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and the Marvel Cinematic Universe more broadly, he talked about the rise of Marvel in 2018 in a video that’s now resurfacing.

Since many have criticized Quentin Tarantino for his recent comments about the MCU, it has been reported that Mackie shared similar thoughts as per the 2018 Comic-Con in London. Yahoo! Movies,

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“There are no movie stars anymore,” Mackie explained. “Like, Anthony Mackie is not a movie star. Falcon is a movie star. And that’s weird.

“It used to be with Tom Cruise and Will Smith and Stallone and Schwarzenegger, when you went to the movies, you went to see a Stallone movie. You went to see the Schwarzenegger movie. Now go and see: X Men, So the rise of the superhero means the death of the movie star.

Mackie continued: “It’s a different time now. [Hollywood makes] Movies for specific audiences rather than just making good movies. And so people stopped going to the movies, because most of the movies are rubbish.

in an interview on 2 bears, 1 cave podcast, Tarantino said that there is a lack of movie stars in Hollywood due to the “Marvel-isation” of the industry.

Tarantino said, “Part of the miracle of Hollywood… you have all these actors who have become famous playing these characters.”

“But they’re not movie stars. Right? Captain America is a star. Or Thor is a star. I mean, I’m not the first person to say that. I think it’s been said a billion times…but it’s like Is, you know, these franchise characters who become a star.

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Tarantino is known for directing films such as reservoir Dogs And Django Unchainedrecently defended the use of the N-word in his projects.

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