Legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese’s views on the superhero genre continue to garner publicity years after it was first released, and while he was echoed by contemporary Francis Ford Coppola in pushing the artistic merits of comic book adaptations, the latter shockingly emerged as the big fan of Dead Pool.
Scorsese has yet to comment positively on a Marvel blockbuster, but a viral April Fool’s joke managed to dupe it disease Star Tyrese. A fake picture of the taxi driver and wild bull Director standing in front of a banner for the blockbuster spread like wildfire across the internet, but while it was obviously a complete fabrication, the man with the missing bionic arm nonetheless retweeted it with the utmost sincerity.
To be fair, it ironically fits someone involved disease believing that Scorsese immediately fell in love with the supernatural action film since it received some of the worst reviews for a Marvel-branded film, and spent the weekend trending for the wrong reasons after director Daniel Espinosa admitted he didn’t had no idea why Sony chose to put a Spider-Man mural in the background of the first trailer, only to leave it out of the final cut.
On the positive side, disease has already recouped its $75 million budget after topping the national and international charts, so there’s at least a chance the maligned Marvel mayhem could eventually turn a profit, even without Scorsese’s endorsement.
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