Tim Burton is one of the most unique directors in the history of cinema, but in addition to his unique creations like Beetlejuice O Edward with the scissor hands He also knew how to give the world of superheroes a new twist with his Batman starring Michael Keaton or the Superman I’ve never seen Nicolas Cage. Two characters that appear in the film The Lightning.
Although director Andy Muschietti certainly included them as a sort of homage to the director, Burton didn’t like having his two superheroes in the movie at all, particularly Nicolas Cage’s Superman, which never saw the light of day. “I don’t regret not doing Superman,” the director admitted in an interview with BFI.
“But I say, if you work so passionately on a project and it doesn’t work out, it affects you for the rest of your life. Because every story is a journey and it doesn’t end. It’s an experience that never ends.” leaves you, it’s always there. And that’s where AI comes in and is one of the reasons I don’t work with the big studios anymore.”
“Why You may take what you did Batman or something else, and they appropriate it culturally, or whatever you want to call it. You’re like a slave to Disney or Warner Bros. They can do whatever they want. That’s why I’m rebelling against them now,” said Tim Burton, who is now focused on completing the sequel Beetlejuice.
I’m excited to be working with Michael Keaton again
Even if it seems that Tim Burton is a little disillusioned with current cinema, that’s the truth The director started filming “ Beetlejuice 2 in which he reunites with his great friend and colleague Michael Keaton, who initially didn’t want to make the film.
“It’s great to be working with Michael again. Everything stays the same and at first I wasn’t that convinced about making the film. It reminds me of the old days, the madness that was unleashed on set. “I was surprised at how quickly he got back into the character, it was like a demonic possession,” joked director Tim Burton.