Avengers: Endgame will soon complete a year of its release. The film turned out to be a blockbuster worldwide as it was the last time Marvel fans got to see all the Avengers together in a film. The film also witnessed the deaths of Iron Man (played by Robert Downey Jr) and Black Widow (played by Scarlett Johansson). Our favourite Captain America (played by Chris Evans) will also no longer be a part of this journey ahead after he gave his shield to Falcon.
In Avengers: Endgame, we witnessed a scene when Captain America lifted Thor’s (played by Chris Hemsworth) Mjolnir to attack Thanos during the war in the end. It is considered as on of the best scenes in the film. A few days ago, filmmaker Kevin Smith shared a still of Cap holding the Mjolnir and called it ‘divine inspiration’.
A Twitter user shared the same still and questioned Kevin for calling it ‘Divine Art’. The Twitter user named RS_Benedict pointed out the mistakes in the way this scene was shot. However, Smith responded to this person that he is no one to say anything about the way it’s shot. He called that particular moment ‘divine’.
The person tweeted, “Now let’s look at the image KEVIN SMITH HELD UP AS DIVINE ART. The hammer, which should be the focus, is lost in the muddy, distracting background. My eye is drawn instead to… some shiny clouds far off in the distance. Great job. What story does this composition tell? Nothing.”
To which Kevin Smith replied, “It’s unfair to say I held up this particular image as Divine Art; I said the scene could inspire religions. But more egregiously, using this single frame as an example of Endgame’s shot composition is misleading because it was pulled from the middle frames of a moving dolly shot.”
Check out the tweet below:
It’s unfair to say I held up this particular image as Divine Art; I said the scene could inspire religions. But more egregiously, using this single frame as an example of Endgame’s shot composition is misleading because it was pulled from the middle frames of a moving dolly shot. https://t.co/mM4SHf55Ru
— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) February 25, 2020
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