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James Gunn 'Saddened', Joss Whedon 'Angry' After Martin Scorsese Calls Marvel Films 'Not Cinema'

AceShowbiz Saturday, 5 October 2019
The 'Guardians of the Galaxy' helmer and 'The Avengers' director are disappointed, yet remain respectful of the veteran filmmaker after he likens the superhero movies to 'theme parks.'
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Samuel L. Jackson Calls Out Martin Scorsese Over Marvel Comments Nick Fury himself has responded to the director saying MCU flicks are "not cinema." Talking with 'Variety,' Jackson said not all moviegoers appreciate Scorsese's films either. Samuel L. Jackson, via 'Variety' Samuel L. Jackson, via...

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