Avengers: Age of Ultron filmmaker Joss Whedon admits Avengers Assemble is imperfect
Avengers: Age of Ultron filmmaker Joss Whedon has has admitted that he feels his superhero blockbuster Avengers Assemble is "imperfect".
The Firefly creator said that he thinks there is a "haphazardness" to the film that prevents it from being an all-time classic explaining to Entertainment Weekly "When I think of a great film, I think of something that's either structured so perfectly like The Matrix or made so lovingly like The Godfather Part 2. There was haphazardness in the way it comes together - not just the people, but the scenes.
I don't think you'd look at it and go, 'This is a model of perfect structure'. You'd go, 'This is working. I like it'.
I'm proud of it and I like its imperfections. The thing I cared most about - making a summer movie like the ones from my childhood - is the thing that I pulled off."
Whedon's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D debuts on Channel 4 tonight and he aims to make his sequel a superior picture adding "I want to be clearer about how I engage the audience, and where I take them. I want more control visually, more time to prep it.
There's only so much you can do when you're making a summer film when the ball is already rolling as fast as it was when I got in. Why do it again if you can't do it better?"
Avengers: Age of Ultron will commence filming in London early next year for a release on May 1 2014.
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