Everyone has a viewpoint on who precisely the Marvel Cinematic Universe is targeted at, with some not precisely feeling that package office-dominating franchise is produced the basic adult spectator. One of those individuals appears to be Seth Rogen, who just recently shared his ideas on the MCU, and regardless of having his hands in another comics franchise, it appears that he does not think the most significant motion picture franchise worldwide is targeted at individuals like him.

Rogen is among the manufacturers of Prime Video’s The Boys, the ultra-violent and ultra-popular program that likewise takes place to be based upon a long-running comics. However, while The Boys is really plainly targeted at a fully grown market, and although Rogen does confess that the program most likely would never ever have actually been made if not for the appeal that the MCU has actually given comics films and television series, he definitely will not be hurrying to enjoy any upcoming MCU films. He informed Total Film:

“I think that Kevin Feige is a brilliant guy, and I think a lot of the filmmakers he’s hired to make these movies are great filmmakers. But as someone who doesn’t have children… It is [all] kind of geared towards kids, you know? There are times where I will forget. I’ll watch one of these things, as an adult with no kids, and be like, ‘Oh, this is just not for me.’ I think just as naturally to us as The Boys fell into the comic-book-store landscape as a comic, we thought it would fall well into the media landscape as a TV show. But truthfully, without Marvel, The Boys wouldn’t exist or be interesting. I’m aware of that. I think if it was only Marvel, it would be bad. But I think it isn’t – clearly.”

Is the MCU Really Aimed at Children, Or Just Those Who Are Happy to Enjoy Childish Things?

Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, and Mark Buffalo in The Avengers

The world occupied by comics fans is one that has actually gone through substantial modifications in the last twenty years. From every comics reader and watcher of comic-book films being identified geeks and geeks, there is now absolutely nothing cooler for the majority of stars than to appear in the current comics or graphic novel-based movie or television series, and they are a few of the most significant and most successful worldwide without lots of exceptions.

While the MCU has actually ended up being popular and frequently mocked for wishing to keep things “family-friendly,” that might be ready to alter with Deadpool getting here in the franchise quickly and some other darker tasks being established. But is the franchise still, in general, targeted at kids and those with kids? Or does it all return to C.S. Lewis’s quote, “When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.”

It is clear when going to the movie theater to see the current Marvel motion picture that many individuals do not share Rogen’s beliefs, as the variety of couples and groups of grownups frequently equates to or surpasses that of those with kids. However, when it concerns losing yourself from the world’s issues, the escapism of Marvel is difficult to decline.