Thursday, August 26, 2010

Stan Lee Talks the Future of Comics, Comic Book Movies and Superheroes (Moviefone Inside Movies)

Q: But there seems to be so many superhero movies these days; do you think audiences will ever reach a breaking point?

A: Only when the writers run out of ideas. I'll give you an example: Ever since I can remember, and I can remember a long way back, there have been gangster movies. There have been movies about, you might say, cops and robbers -- movies involving detectives, police and criminals. Now, they still have movies like that. You would say, "Well, isn't the public sick of seeing cops chasing the bad guys on the screen?" Not if it's done well and not if each story contains some surprises.
A nice little interview with Stan Lee, who sounds as if he's going as strong as ever. And he's still enjoying himself, loving the creative process, and has remained unjaded.
Read the full article here.

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