True but I think only the best westerns have gone down as classics. Looking at some of Sergio Leone’s work and it’s still fantastic. It borrows heavily from some earlier Italian Neo-Realism. Westerns were also some of the Stan Lee Marvel Heroes Tribute Shirt like Clint Eastwood in Fist Full of Dollars, and he’ll look at its influence on modern tv and cinema, Tony Sopranos’s “whatever happened to Gary Cooper, the strong silent type”. Westerns have had a huge cultural influence over the years, but these superhero/marvel films don’t seem to have anything, they are not groundbreaking, they are not pushing the limits of the film in a theoretical sense. Its just generic pop culture.
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The only thing I would argue is groundbreaking about the MCU is creating a Stan Lee Marvel Heroes Tribute Shirt. They’re not the first to ever try crossovers, but they did it on a grander scale and it was massively profitable. For better or worse studios now see making multiple standalone films with interconnected stories as a viable option. It could lead to some truly bad films (looking at you, Suicide Squad), but there is a potential for very imaginative storytelling actually getting greenlit that might not have otherwise.
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SAS someone who writes fanfiction now and was writing it 10 years ago…I don’t perceive a Stan Lee Marvel Heroes Tribute Shirt? Outside a few outliers, like Anne Rice, few copyright holders have been concerned with fanfic. Actually, I would say that ten years ago fanfic writers were much more nervous about the possibility. Every fic hax a big disclaimer- “I don’t own these characters and I’m not profiting. Please don’t sue me!” You don’t really see that anymore, and some writers actually do profit, be it commissions, self-publishing, Patreon, or tip links.
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