To Quentin Tarantino’s claim that superheroes have killed the “movie star,” Samuel L. Jackson has responded. Samuel L. Jackson is making it clear that he disagrees with Quentin Tarantino’s claim that Marvel superheroes have killed movie stars, which is the basis for Tarantino’s dismissal of the genre.

In response to the director’s criticism of the “Marvel-ization of Hollywood,” the actor who has previously collaborated with Tarantino on the films Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, and Django Unchained, disagreed.

“It takes an actor to play those particular characters, and what’s the sign of movie stardom, asses in seats? Which topic are we discussing? Sam L. exclaimed.

Jackson, who plays Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in an interview. Knowing that these actors are reportedly movie stars is not a big controversy for me. Black Panther is played by Chadwick Boseman. He’s a movie star, so you can’t argue with that.

Nick Fury, played by Samuel L. Jackson, has appeared in several Marvel movies, starting with Iron Man and continuing with Captain America: The First Avenger, Thor, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, and Spider-Man Far From Home.

In addition to stating that he had no interest in directing a Marvel movie, Quentin Tarantino recently claimed that this is one of the worst periods in Hollywood history.

The Oscar-winning director had added that Hollywood being taken over by Marvel was bad for the entertainment business because it was losing movie stars because the actors portraying the superheroes were more well-known than the characters themselves. To perform those tasks, he claimed, you must be a hired hand. “I’m not a contract worker.

I’m not looking for employment. Samuel L. Jackson’s remarks follow those of Simu Liu, a Sang-chi actor who is also a prominent member of the Marvel cast, who attacked Quentin Tarantino for his remarks and also mentioned Martin Scorsese’s anti-Marvel stance. Simu asserted that despite his praise for both directors’ inspirational work, they have no right to belittle him or anyone else.