The latest Marvel movie has yet to win fans’ hearts. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantomania set an infamous record for the entire MCU’s second weekend in cinemas, which promises to be one of the studio’s biggest financial flops. Viewers criticized the production for many elements, but one of the most recurring was MODOK that he faced. However, Jeff Loveness, screenwriter of the third Ant-Man movie, is happy with the antagonist and admitted that he didn’t want to hear viewers’ comments about it.
Jeff Loveness doesn’t want to hear from the fans about MODOK
Loveness is currently working on the script for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Recently, the screenwriter confirmed which superheroes from the Marvel universe will be missing in Avengers 5, and now he’s been asked if a similar fate will befall MODOK. Although without specific statements, Loveness admitted that he loves the goofy version of this villain, while criticizing the “small group” of fans who didn’t like the film’s antagonist.
If you say yes, they promise it will be even dumber than before. I refuse to listen to fans about this. I wouldn’t take MODOK seriously. As long as I’m alive, I won’t create a serious MODOK just for these four fans. It would be a big stupid head. That’s it.
Later in the interview, Loveness said he was very happy with his character and She may accept all kinds of criticism, but she won’t change her mind about MODOK.
All I will say is that people who are divided on this issue are wrong. I will fight for MODOK. I am very pleased with this thing. It was not just a fight, but also a labor of love and passion, all to bring this man comic balance. I’m a big fan of comics, like many people. But on the internet, people have opinions. Those fuckers are wrong. Excuse me, but you want a serious approach to MODOK? Get Avengers on PS5, good luck.
mention it Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantomania first hit theaters on February 17 this year.
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