Chris Hardwick Talks BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
Amidst the strong opinions of many fans, Chris Hardwick, a comedian, television host, and comic book fan, shared his opinions regarding the amount of controversy the film has accumulated recently on Larry King Now Monday night. Check it out!
Comedian and fellow geek was a guest on Larry King Now on Monday night, and during his time on the show he was asked about the negative reation towards the highly anticpated film, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. “The louder voices on the internet are always the negative ones,” Hardwick says. “Because anger and hate is a more powerful motivator to action than ‘oh, that sounds nice.’ If I think ‘oh, that sounds nice,’ I’m not going to go to the internet and write that.” When asked about his opinion of Ben Affleck being cast as the Dark Knight, Hardwick said “I think people forget that, before Iron Man came out and started the whole Marvel chain of events, Iron Man was not a character that was at the forefront of comics at the time,” Hardwick said, “and Robert Downey, Jr. was almost unemployable at the time. And everyone was like, ‘What? Iron Man? Are you kidding me?’ And then it came out and it was like ‘Holy crap! Iron Man! Robert Downey, Jr.!’ I love to be surprised by people, and I love to be excited by things.”
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