Stephen Dorff, known for playing PK in “The Power of One,” Deacon Frost in “Blade” and Roland West in “True Detective,” recently made his point about Marvel movies, specifically “Black Widow.” In an interview with Adam White of The independent, Dorff raged about his dismay at the current state of Hollywood before revealing his thoughts on finding roles he wants to take on.
“I’m still chasing the good s *** because I do not want to be in ‘Black Widow,'” Dorff explained. “It looks like garbage to me. It looks like a bad video game. I’m ashamed of these people. I’m ashamed of Scarlett! I’m sure she got paid five, seven million dollars, but I’m ashamed of her. I do not want to be in those movies. I really do not. I find the child-driven one who will be the next [Stanley] Kubrick and I act instead of him. “
Marvel fans were not surprisingly dissatisfied with Dorff’s statement and made their feelings clear on social media. A user named @ teatime75 joked that Dorff’s opinion did not carry much weight with them, given that he has been in his fair share of flops. User @formermerc specifically called the 2015 film “American Hero” with Dorff on the poster with sporting telekinetic powers – though the Photoshop job in the image shown is less than compelling.
You can watch “Black Widow” yourself in the cinemas or at Disney + (with Premier Access) on July 9 and even judge how the action-packed flick turned out.