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Recently, Jennifer Aniston (Friends) gave an interview to Variety, in which she gave the verb to complain about the current cinema and Marvel’s influence in modern films.
The subject came up after the actress was asked why she returned to work on television after so many years devoting herself mainly to films, to which she replied: “It was only in recent years, when these streaming services were exploding with that amount of quality that I started thinking, “Wow, this is better than what I just did.” And then you’re seeing what’s available out there and it’s just fading and fading, in terms of what’s just the big Marvel movies or things that I’m not just asked to do or that I’m really interested in acting on a green screen. “
Following the course of the conversation, the interviewer comments that the cinema has changed a lot in the last few years, and Aniston agrees: “It has changed a lot. I think we would love to have the Meg Ryan era back. I just think it would be nice to go to the cinema and sit cozy. . I think we should have a resurgence. “
When asked if the wave of streaming services is the future of Hollywood or just a phase, he is in doubt: “I don’t know. I’m shocked that we’re here, but excited. I didn’t imagine that. I remember not understanding. What the hell does streaming mean? They think, ‘It’s there all the time.’ So, keeping up with Thursday nights at eight is no longer the trend? Or when you go to the bathroom on a commercial break and someone yells, ‘ Came back! “, Doesn’t that happen anymore? It’s kind of sad. “
Despite criticism, one of the most recent projects of the actress was Mystery in the Mediterranean, released this year for Netflix.
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