Is there really superhero fatigue? If he really does, then Spider-Man has the power to be invulnerable to her.
Spider-Man doesn’t believe in superhero fatigue. Crossing the Multiverse (2023) producer Chris Miller has revealed that he despises the concept of superhero fatigue. A concept that affirms that Marvel Studios and DC Comics films no longer generate the same interest as before, because many films are released a year and people have stopped going to the movies en masse to see and enjoy them.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Christopher Miller and his partner Phil Lord were asked about their secret to avoiding superhero fatigue. To which the director of Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse answered or next. “I don’t think it’s superhero fatigue. I think it’s ‘a movie reminding me of one I’ve seen a dozen times before’ fatigue. If you use the same plot structure, the same style, the same tone and the same vibes as the previous movies and series… It doesn’t matter what genre it is. People are going to get bored.” Of course, he is not without reason.
The problem of Easter eggs and cameos
Phil Lord further noted that viewers can’t “get by on Easter eggs and surprises and cameos” or “big crazy multiversal stakes.” Given that they only care about more important things, citing the relationship between Rocket and Groot from Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy franchise as one such element. “And that’s why this story is so rooted in fathers and sons,” continued the director of Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse. “It’s about Miles Morales and his family. In the last movie, we showed it to some friends at the beginning and they said, ‘You have to get to all these spidery characters as soon as possible. That’s what’s exciting.’ But we didn’t believe it. Because what everyone seems to enjoy are the quieter scenes with Miles Morales and his parents. They don’t get tired of it. And I’m very glad that we stayed true to what the public told us.”