Stephen Dorff Calls ‘Black Widow’ a ‘Bad Video Game’ – Deadline


real detective actor Stephen Dorff took several twists and turns in Hollywood in a candid interview published today in The Independent in the UK, which hailed the 2021 Oscars broadcast, akin to feature film Black Widow to “a bad video game” and expressing shame for the star of the Marvel movie Scarlett Johansson.

“I’m still chasing the good sh*t because I don’t want to be there” Black WidowDorff said in the interview. “It looks like a mess to me. It looks like a bad video game. I am ashamed of those people. I’m ashamed of Scarlett! I’m sure she got five, seven million dollars, but I’m ashamed of her. I don’t want to be in those movies. I really don’t. I will find that young director who will be the next Kubrick and I will perform for him instead.”

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The back beat star, currently featured in mixed martial arts film struggle, also denounced the Academy Awards. “This year’s Oscars were the most embarrassing thing I’ve ever seen,” Dorff said. “My company is going to be a big game show. You have actors who have no idea what they are doing. You have filmmakers who have no idea what they are doing. We’re all in these little boxes on these streamers. TV, film – it’s all one big clusterf*ck of content now.”

Stephen Dorff Calls 'Black Widow' a 'Bad Video Game' - Deadline

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Black Widow, hitting theaters this Friday is the first Marvel entry to focus on Johansson’s title character (the actress has appeared in seven installments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe).

Dorff said he has no regrets about his career choices, including choosing to star in John Waters’ 2000 comedy Cecil B. Dement about “some shit movie” his agents recommended.

“Why not make a John Waters film?” he told the British publication. “That other movie is worthless! They’re like, well, it won’t do anything for your career or money-wise. But I go to Cannes and we get a standing ovation, and kids all over the world, art students and John Waters fans are going to adore this fucking movie, which they do to this day. Why wouldn’t I? So I fired those officers.”

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