Are Marvel, DC Comics and Star Wars ruining cinema?

Director Roland Emmerich is clear that Marvel, DC Comics and Star Wars are doing enormous damage to the film industry.

Since the superhero genre began to have big blockbusters, cinema has changed a lot, that’s why the highest-grossing movies are usually from Marvel, DC Comics Y starwars. Since in the last 15 years only Avatar from james cameron, The Lion King in CGI or the saga Jurassic World has been able to live up to the box office. Something that further refutes the words of the director Roland Emmerich.

In a recent interview, while Roland Emmerich was promoting his new film, the director wanted to emphasize how things have changed since he started out with success in the 1990s.

“Oh yeah! Because naturally, Marvel, DC Comics, and Star Wars, they’ve pretty much taken over. It’s kind of screwing up our industry, because nobody does anything original anymore.”

“You should make bold new movies, you know? And I think Christopher Nolan is actually the master of that. He is someone who can make movies about whatever he wants. I have it a little harder, but I still have a big enough name, especially when it’s a disaster movie or has some kind of disaster theme.”

Will Moonfall be a box office hit?

The movie Spider-Man: No Way Home It is being a tremendous success, since it has raised 1,739 million dollars worldwide. An impressive figure in the midst of the pandemic and it will be necessary to check if other deliveries of Marvel, DC Comics Y starwars. Since we will soon see Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, batman, Black Adam Y Flash. But of the galactic saga, for now we will have to settle for Disney Plus series.

While moon fall from Roland Emmerich opens now and may not have a very high collection, because number one at the box office will be played with Jackass Forever. It will be at that moment when we will know if people prefer movies of great disasters or a group that risks their physique to make jokes.

Here is the trailer for both movies: