Ghost of Orson Welles Rises From Grave to Say He Doesn’t Like Marvel Movies
“No, it’s the children who are wrong”.
The reanimated ghost of cinema legend Orson Welles has risen from his grave to decry the success of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“[Marvel is] Total garbage” claimed Welles, who died of a heart attack in 1985. “Lots of computer effects and flying stuff. NO THANK YOU”.
Welles’ statements echo those of fellow filmmakers Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola.
Welles is widely regarded as one of the most influential creative’s of all time, and is especially remembered for his work on such projects as Citizen Kane, The Third Man, and Transformers: The Movie.
Putting aside the confirmation of life after death and the existence of an afterlife in which sentience is retained and time flows as normal, this is a big blow for the Marvel Universe. A growing number of filmmakers are expressing disappointment with their production model.
Time will tell if this backlash will impact the box office of their next film, Black Widow.
UPDATE: IT TURNS OUT THAT THE ONLY ‘MARVEL’ MOVIE WELLES HAD SEEN WAS VENOM. HE HAS SINCE WATCHED THEM ALL AND CLAIMED THAT THEY ARE “BRILLIANT, ESPECIALLY THOR: THE DARK WORLD“