Taika Waititi ‘couldn’t be more opposed’ to another notable superhero director

Taika Waititi has repeatedly proven that he can combine the comedy and superheroes to deliver an exceptional cinematic experience. His upbeat personality and charm made him an eccentric filmmaker and storyteller, setting him apart from others in the industry. Waititi recently said he couldn’t be more opposed to another notable superhero filmmaker.

How Taika Waititi Is Different From Another Superhero Movie Director

Taika Waititi attends the Marvel Studios ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Los Angeles Premiere at the El Capitan Theater on June 23, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

Taika Waititi’s directing career began in 2007 when he directed eagle versus shark. However, he caught the attention of the mainstream media with his mockumentary What we do in the shadows, which later became a hit FX series. Since then, Waititi has joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe, directing two Thor films, as well as Oscar-winning dishes like JoJo Rabbit. Obviously he’s been busy.

Meanwhile, Christopher Nolan is known as one of the most popular and hardworking entertainment directors. His films have grossed over $5 billion at the box office. Nolan is also credited with revitalizing the superhero genre with the Black Knight trilogy.

In an interview with IMDb for Light year, Waititi rightly spoke of superpowers. “Taika’s superpower is the ability to nap anywhere.” He then compared himself to Nolan. “You know, Chris Nolan never sits on set,” he joked. “I couldn’t be more opposed. I would sleep through a whole shoot if I could.

Taika Waititi’s involvement in the MCU

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Waititi already had a huge catalog of directors when he joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2017. The star made his MCU debut in 2017 when he directed Thor: Ragnarok. He also starred in the film as Korg.

His involvement in the film transformed the Thor franchise around. Waititi added humor to the character and the film in general, which led to Ragnarok receive stellar scores and rave reviews.

The filmmaker allowed the actors to ad-lib their lines, thus breaking with the rigidity of many scripts and superhero films, like Nolan’s. Ragnarok was Waititi’s first major studio film and grossed $854 million against a budget of $180 million.

Given his success, Marvel opted to keep Waititi. He consulted on Avengers: Infinity War with the Thor storylines so the writers can maintain character consistency in the MCU. He then returned for his second Marvel movie, Thor: Love and Thunderreleased in July 2022.

Waititi has a tradition when he starts a project

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Not only does Waititi create blockbuster films with his laid-back attitude, but he also cultivates positive traditions on set. After packing love and thunderhe started working on the romantic comedy Our flag means death. As well as directing the pilot episode of the series and playing Blackbeard/Edward Teach.

While promoting the show on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Waititi shared that he usually celebrates the start of a project by inviting native people from the area they are filming to an opening ceremony. “It’s a really great way to start any production, and it creates a really nice vibe and kind of peaceful, clean energy that’s good to have while you’re shooting,” he said. Between naps and parties, it looks like a Taika Waititi ensemble is a fun place to be

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