Why would they not go and see arthouse movies if they claim they do? I don't get it.
Journalistic instinct would be my reason for asking. Case in point, a user here criticized the Marvel movies for being colorful, to which I asked when was the last time they watched a black and white film? It's been over a year and no answer.
People get ahead of themselves when they say things they think other people want to hear. So why might they lie (or exaggerate)? Maybe they spoke too soon.
Well then they are a bit odd for doing so. I don't think Marvel movies are too colourful by the way.
"There's a storm coming, like nothing you've ever seen, and not a one of you is prepared for it."
First there is a clip & they talk about Dark Water, Ruffalo's new film about a lawyer representing a farmer against Dupont. Around 6 minutes they discuss if there will be more movies for the Green Guy. (Ruffalo doesnt know) Colbert asks if Ruffalo has snuck into a film to see the audience reaction-yes, Ruffalo took his kid & friends-like 10 kids-to see infinity Wars. Around the 8 minute mark Colbert brings up certain directors disparaging the films. Ruffalo said as someone who has participat3d in such films, he has not seen an audience connect & display such emotion as at the last 2 Avengers films.
What after all, is a halo? It's only one more thing to keep clean.
Well, it looks like the DC fans will hate him too I get it, he doesn't like comic book movies, why they keep asking him about those? I'm not interested in his opinion on comic-book movies, i only want him to be able to make many more movies