Not long ago, reporter Chris Lee made a shocking accusation that, upon five seconds of thought, is not actually that shocking. Lee claimed that Marvel Studios intentionally hires filmmakers who are inexperienced in visual effects work.* This is allegedly done to assert a greater level of control over the decisions the directors make during production. It also means that, regardless of who the credited director is, Marvel movies increasingly look alike. A film directed by Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, Spike Lee, or Nancy Myers could only have been made by those directors. Edits, shot choices, even... Read More