In a latest interview, Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu touched on feedback made about him by Iron Man actor Robert Downey Jr.
Speaking to UK outlet The Independent, about his most up-to-date movie Bardo, Iñárrituwas additionally requested how he presently feels about feedback made by Downey Jr. in 2015 saying that Iñárritu was “bright” for the director’s vocabulary contemplating his native language is just not English. When requested by The Independent if Iñárritu anticipated an apology right now, he mentioned “Of course not. Of course not. I don’t expect that.
“I actually couldn’t care in any respect. I’m utterly towards what he mentioned however I’ll defend his proper to say no matter he needs. Anything he needs to say is ok, however for me it reads utterly the mistaken manner.”
Downey Jr.’s comments came after Iñárritu said that superhero films were a “cultural genocide,” in an interview with Deadline in 2014. In 2015, whereas Downey Jr. was selling Avengers: Age of Ultron, the actor responded to a query from The Guardian about Iñárritu’s feedback, saying, “Look, I respect the heck out of him [and] for a person whose native tongue is Spanish to have the ability to put collectively a phrase like ‘cultural genocide’ simply speaks to how vivid he’s.”
Iñárritu did also share some more thoughts on the film industry as it currently is, saying, “Everything is turning into comparable. There is extra security in IPs, remakes, issues that have already got worth in fashionable tradition. Original materials is extra suspicious each time – irrespective of what number of awards you’ve.”