Social networks such as Twitter are a breeding ground for commenting on everything (what we know here in Spain as “brother-in-law”) is a fact known to all at this point in life.
However, he occasionally gives us moments when karma does its job and returns with a silk glove a delicate slap to those who share their opinions for free and with little or no knowledge on a subject. Today it was James Gunn’s hand that put on that silk glove.
The director of Guardians of the Galaxy and The Suicide Squad was immersed in a debate about the freedom that the directors of the Marvel Cinematic Universe enjoy (or not) that arose as a result of the declarations of some filmmakers about the control that Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios executives exercise over the movies.
At that moment, another user entered the scene claiming that “Marvel only hires directors with little experience and few films and they promise to have control although, in reality, it is the” family team “who really directs the film, as in a television series.”
James Gunn did not hesitate to thank this user for “the privileged information about the job he has, while whoever commented did not.” The filmmaker says goodbye in the tweet with a constructive comment, but equally valid “Twitter is sometimes a great place,” with sarcasm, of course.
Most of the directors control what the previs is – it’s another tool like storyboarding. All previs for the Guardians movies is based on my storyboards.
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) February 5, 2021
What do you think of these people who are dedicated to commenting in such a constructive way, disparaging the work of others?