Aaron Taylor-Johnson discusses being offered big franchises but didn’t like Avengers: Age of Ultron and Godzilla


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is more of a tragedy than a standard comic book film. Chandor would speak about Kraven being more of a tragedy than a standard comic book film, “Sony probably doesn’t want me to lead with this. The story is tragic. Taylor-Johnson has a long history in the Marvel universe and comic book universe. Prior to Avengers: Age of Ultron, his role in Kick-Ass, which was based on a graphic novel, brought all kinds of big franchise offers his way.Taylor-Johnson opens up about being seen as a new action star after Kick-Ass, and while the actor has been able to parlay his success into big-budget studio films like

Avengers: Age of Ultron and 2014’s American reboot of Godzilla for Legendary Pictures, Taylor-Johnson reveals he actually didn’t care for those films personally. “There was Kick-Ass, and then there was Godzilla and Avengers, and all those things lined up for me. But I didn’t really care for them.” He adds that after the success of those movies, he kept getting offers for similarly grand projects and roles “that nobody knows about–big, huge franchises that were in play.”However, as his career was on the rise, his personal life involved taking care of his two kids with his wife, Sam, and the decision was made to sacrifice superstardom to be with his family more. “I wanted to be with my babies. That was all I wanted.” I didn’t wish to be separated from them. I fought with the idea of what that would feel like. I’d say I wasn’t ready to be there–it was way too early. But yeah, I also slightly didn’t give a fuck.”Ever since he made his decision, his career primarily involved smaller roles, including an acclaimed performance in

Nocturnal Animals and a supporting role in Christopher Nolan’s last film before

Oppenheimer, 2020’s Tenet. James Bond is one role that has been a big hit for him. However, he is keeping quiet about it. Taylor-Johnson said in Vanity Fair: “I just focus on what I have right now.” What’s in front of me right now.”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUuGzgPPP2s

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