Jodie Fosterwho will debut True Detective: Polar Night next January on HBO Max, it is clear that Hollywood and the public are tired of the superhero genre after years of earning income from it. With the crisis looming in the great blockbuster movie After a very bad year 2023, Foster takes the opportunity to assert that this last decade has been, paradoxically, a phase, and that the formula is already exhausted. Marvel has actively and passively denied this, despite the fact that the last film in its universe, Wonders, was a resounding failure. Jodie Foster says the heyday of this type of film is already over.
Jodie Foster says Marvel and DC have had their day: superhero movies are already behind us and audiences have had enough
“It’s a phase. It’s a phase that lasted too long for me, but it’s a phase and I’ve seen a lot of them different phases,” Foster said in an interview with the magazine SHE. “I hope people will soon be tired. The good ones, like “Iron Man”, “Black Panther”, “The Matrix”, They amaze me and let me be carried away by their entertainment, but that’s not why I became an actor. AND these movies don’t change my life. I hope there is room for everything else,” he said.
A recent film that changed Foster’s life, he says, is Everything everywhere at the same time, the A24 film that grossed more than $100 million worldwide and won seven Academy Awards with 11 nominations. The film won Best Picture at the Academy Awards earlier this year, and despite its fantastic and extraordinary editing, it marked it for the better. “The Daniels. They made my favorite movie, maybe of all time, “Everything, everywhere, at once”” commented the actress Thesilenceofthelambs. “This is the movie I will return to again and again whenever I feel down or sad,” he concluded.