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David Cronenberg explains The Dark Knight Rises criticism

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David Cronenberg explains The Dark Knight Rises criticism

  • David Cronenberg criticised people for calling The Dark Knight Rises high art
  • He has now tried to clear up what he meant by his comments
  • David says he was not having a dig at Christopher Nolan
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A while back, director David Cronenberg had a bit of a dig at The Dark Knight Rises and those that were calling the movie high art. Now, David has decided to try and clear up the point he was trying to make and explain that he was not having a dig at anybody in particular.
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Cronenberg told The Playlist, “What I was saying was that a comic book movie is really a comic book movie. Comic books were -- especially those comic books which I was raised on (I loved Captain Marvel) -- created for adolescents and they have a core that is adolescent. To me, that limits the discourse of your movie if you're basing it accurately on that, and you cannot rise to the highest level of cinematic art.”
 
He added, “That's my take on it. I went on to say that, of course, technically they can be incredibly interesting, since there are very clever people making the movie and of course have a lot of money they are throwing at it. But creatively, artistically, they are incredibly limited. It got bent out of shape that I was dissing Christopher Nolan, which just wasn't the case.”
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David Cronenberg’s next movie is set to be Maps to the Stars, which will star Viggo Mortensen, Rachel Weisz and Robert Pattinson. Maps to the Stars is expected to begin shooting in May this year, with a release date expected sometime in 2014.
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