Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh ruled out making a superhero franchise movie because of their conspicuous lack of sex.
Soderbergh spoke to The Daily Beast about his upcoming movie Kimi when he was asked if he would consider writing or directing a superhero movie.
In response, Soderbergh said that while he doesn’t think the films are “lower level” in any way, he doesn’t relate to the movies because “there’s nothing confusing” in an interview. announced on Monday (February 7).
The Erin Brockovich The first director explained that he was simply too “going into the earth to drop into a universe where Newtonian physics doesn’t exist”.
“For a lot of this, for me to understand the world and how to write or oversee the writing of the story and the characters – other than that I can bend time, defy gravity, and shoot beams out of my fingers. – no f***ing. No one does! ”
He continued: “I don’t know how to tell people how to behave in a world where that’s not a thing.”
The 59-year-old also highlighted the lack of factual information about these characters – “Who pays these people? Who do they work for? How does this work become? ” – as one of the reasons why he never ventured into the “fantasy universe”.
Soderbergh’s Kimi Follow The Daily Beast. Her quest for justice is thwarted by her Big Tech lords, and crippling fear of leaving her apartment.
Kimi slated for release on February 10 in the US.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/steven-soderbergh-interview-superhero-films-b2009924.html Steven Soderbergh rules out directing a superhero franchise because there’s ‘nothing confusing’