Robert Downey Jr. recently addressed Quentin Tarantino’s comments about the MCU. Downey said, “I think that we are in a time and place that I unwittingly contributed to, where IP has taken precedence over principle and personality. But it’s a double-edged sword.” He continued, “A piece of IP is only as good as the human talent you get to represent it, and you can have some great IP even if it’s coming from an auteur or a national treasure of a writer-director, and if you don’t have the right kind of artist playing that role, you’ll never know how good it could have been.” He added, “I think that creatively it is a waste of time to be at war with ourselves.” Robert continued, “Throwing stones one way or another … and I’ve had my reactions in the past when people said things that I felt were discrediting my integrity … I go, ‘You know what? Let’s just get over it. We’re all a community.'” Why do you think a lot of actors and directors are coming forward now and talking down about superhero films?