Emmerich, the director of the movie Moonfall, which will be released on Friday, stated that original films are no longer made.
Director and screenwriter Roland Emmerich, who is preparing to appear before the audience with his latest movie Moonfall, answered questions about the cinema industry when he was asked in one of the interviews he gave for the promotion of the movie.
Stating that Marvel, DC Comics, and Star Wars movies have taken over the industry, Emmerich said that this destroyed the movie industry because no one made an original movie anymore. He also stated that he was never interested in making a superhero movie.
With these statements, Roland Emmerich sided with master directors Martin Scorsese and Ridley Scott, who made similar statements against superhero movies. There are also directors who think that such films are necessary for the continuity of the industry, for example, Paul Thomas Anderson made statements that approached superhero films more moderately.
Roland Emmerich continued his interview with these words: “You have to make bold new films. And I think Christopher Nolan is the master of it. He can make films on anything he wants. I struggled a little harder, but I still have a big enough name – especially when it’s a disaster movie or some kind of disaster theme. when.”
Moonfall, the latest film of Roland Emmerich, who has produced disaster-themed action and science fiction films such as Independence Day, Godzilla, The Day After Tomorrow, and 2012, is in theaters on Friday, February 4th!