Thanos’s snapping fingers are all Captain America’s fault? “The Marvels” director’s remarks provoke controversy.
In “Avengers 3” Thanos hits the finger, which is generally believed to be the fault of Star-Lord and Thor.
Star-Lord “hesitated” bad things when Spider-Man and Iron Man were about to take off Thanos’ gloves, while Thor did not use Storm Axe to chop Thanos’ head.
Recently, the director of “The Marvels” Nia DaCosta accepted an interview and thought it was: Captain America’s fault! (Star-Lord and Thor breathe a sigh of relief)
Listen to her in detail: “My thoughts may be a bit rude, but it was Captain America who tried his best to do the right thing that caused Thanos to snap his fingers. Why is he the villain? Because he should sacrifice the vision. But he Choosing to protect the life of a robot, although this robot has emotions, it sacrificed half of the life of the universe. From this perspective, this is an anti-hero behavior.”
“People may think I am crazy, but the journeys of heroes and anti-heroes are sometimes related. The pain of heroes prompts them to sacrifice themselves, but the pain of anti-heroes is the beginning of their journey, not the end.” (“The “Marvels” will be released on February 17, 2023)
According to Nia DaCosta’s point of view, Captain America chose to protect Vision instead of destroying the soul gems on his head for the first time. As a result, the Scarlet Witch was forced to kill Vision by herself and was then resurrected by Thanos. ; Thanos gets the soul gem to kill Vision for the second time, and then half of the life in the universe is annihilated.
Some netizens believe that if Star-Lord kills Gamora in the first place, Thanos will not be able to snap his fingers.
But the point of Nia DaCosta’s logic is that robots (artificial intelligence) are not as important as real life.
What do you think of Nia DaCosta’s point of view?