Courtesy : The Wrap
The fact that Avengers Endgame has now become the highest-grossing film of all time is not news anymore and the fact that Joker has gone on to become a mammoth success in spite of being a rather darker concept is not news even.
The biggest difference in it is the fact that both these films belong to rival universes, Marvel and DC. Recently, Joe Russo, one of the director-duo of the Russo brothers talked to The Hollywood Reporter on the success of Joker and wrong Avengers theory.
He said, "I just saw it recently. Unfortunately I was shooting almost the entire time the movie was out. I loved it. I thought it was a beautiful piece of filmmaking. It was a very tragic, very modern story and really representative of existential isolation and the crisis a lot of people are feeling. The moment in it when he's on the talk show, where it's the idea of everyone in the world right now grabbing their megaphones and trying to shout each other down, and he's reacting against that. It's certainly a dark movie and a disturbing movie with a very important message to it. We're ecstatic that it's being recognized. It broke through the stigma that seems to be against these films, certainly at the Academy."
On the fan theory that Captain Marvel tells Thor "I have telepathy" in Endgame, he said, "No. There's no truth to that whatsoever. We buried a lot of Easter eggs in these films over the years, but that was not one that we buried."
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