Seth Rogen is known for his iconic roles in various films, but the latest news about him may surprise you. In a recent interview, the actor and filmmaker admitted that he doesn’t particularly connect with Marvel movies, although he is thankful for the opportunities they have provided him. In this blog post, we’ll explore Rogen’s thoughts on Marvel movies, the impact they’ve had on his own projects, and why he thinks it’s important to have a variety of comic-inspired stories.
When asked about his opinion on Marvel movies, Rogen shared with Total Film that he doesn’t feel like the target demographic for them. He also praised Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige for his accomplishments and the filmmakers he has hired to make the movies. Despite not connecting with the Marvel movies, Rogen is still a big comic book fan and appreciates the opportunities that have been made available to him. He believes that without Marvel, projects like The Boys and Preacher wouldn’t exist or be interesting.
Rogen also made the point that there are various types of comics and therefore various types of comic-inspired stories, and how Marvel is to thank for The Boys existing. He noted that it is important to have a variety of comic-inspired stories to ensure that there is something for everyone. Even if he doesn’t personally connect as much with Marvel films, Rogen is still excited that they have become such a cultural touchpoint for the masses.
It’s clear that while Seth Rogen isn’t the biggest fan of Marvel movies, he still appreciates the impact they have had on his own projects and the comic book industry as a whole. He believes that it’s important to have a variety of comic-inspired stories to ensure that there is something for everyone. With season 4 of The Boys and the spin-off series Gen V set to debut on Prime Video later this year, it will be interesting to see what new stories Rogen and his team have in store for us.