michael shannonThe latest remarks caused an uproar in the police force.
The classically trained actor starred in 2013’ssupermanRebooting Man of Steel and reprising his role as General Zod in Man of SteelflashShannon told Empire magazine, he declined “star warsIn 2016, he chose to franchise because he felt that “blockbusters…are not exciting.”
“I don’t want to get caught up in the franchise,” He told the media in an article in the July issue. “I don’t find them funny, and I don’t want to perpetuate them. If I’m making something, I want it to have some purpose—I don’t want to make mindless entertainment.”
“The world doesn’t need more mindless entertainment. We’re inundated with it,” he added.
Shannon didn’t reveal the name of the Star Wars movie in question, but the timeline suggests he may have a role in The Last Jedi.while appearing in could make him the target of an online backlashhis comments to Empire magazine last week arguably did the same.
“He cashed the Flash’s check. I’ll tell you all right now,” Tweeted a person Regarding Shannon’s “mindless entertainment” barometer, while another tweeted: “Says the guy who just starred in the dumbest movie ever made.”
Michael Shannon starred in the DC Comics films Superman: Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and The Flash.
“The Flash” was bombed Last week’s box office, experts say Ezra Miller’s Offscreen Behavior or”superhero fatigueIt’s all to blame. However, Shannon returned as Zod for a reason, saying Man of Steel is “actually a very relatable story.”
“It’s basically looking at a civilization that destroyed its own planet and thinking the solution is to go and destroy another planet,” Shannon told Empire magazine. “When you hear the hypothesis, if we destroy Earth, we might would live on Mars—it’s the same thing.”
Shannon said a huge motivation for joining Man of Steel was that “it was a one-and-done” job that didn’t lock him into a multi-year franchise. While he claimed to “love the story that The Flash tells,” he also specifically explained that he “hasn’t been on set for a long time.”
“I was only there a couple of weeks, so it didn’t wear me out,” he told Empire.
While Shannon’s explanation for starring in a comic book movie and briefly reprising the role seemed personal, he added dc extended universe — playing the Joker in a galaxy far, far away — turned many fans on social media to the dark side.