The director of Mission : Impossible – Fallout wants to create a new category to the Oscars

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For once, we are not to lag behind the U.s. because their Oscar for the film the most popular, is the fact before them. Well, it’s not super proud of, but be reassured as you can.

It is true that our Caesar, the public assigned to Raid crazy Dany Boon has been the subject of a lot of ink at the time of its announcement. Of a sudden, we had the print out of the same concept of the ceremony, where the profession rewards the professionals. In addition, to give a Caesar of the public to adopt a concept of meritocracy that can be annoying who would want a film that proved a massive hit in cinemas, is rewarded, endorsing the idea a bit nasty : a max inputs = a good movie. This is completely false.

 

Raid Crazy has, therefore, a Caesar…

 

The Oscars have failed to make the same mistake with their Oscar for the film with the most popular before rétropédaler, putting Marvel in the mess, who already saw the movies like Black Panther , or Avengers : Infinity War rewarded. That said, this episode gave some ideas to other people. Like Christopher McQuarrie, for example. In fact, the director of the super fun Mission : Impossible – Fallout is said that, at the bottom, there is no reason, if we reward a film on his results at the box-office, it can be the reward for other stuff.

 

Christopher McQuarrie, the center

 

It is as well that he revealed in the micro Collider, that it would be a very good eye for the creation of an Oscar for best stunt :

“I have no recent film in mind which could enter into competition [for this award], but it is an art, it requires a big talent. These people risk their lives and they make something absolutely amazing and are very much in the experience of a film. And not only in this type of film. Look at Comancheria or The blood and tears. The stunts in this film are incredible. If we need a new category, I think this is the one.”

 

Tom Cruise, that great ill

 

And it is true that it does not harm the McQuarrie. Stuntmen are an important part of a film and they rarely have the recognition they deserve. And even if the special effects digital, increase the side impressive of their performances, the physical risk is still present and deserves to be rewarded.

Right after, one can’t help but think that this is also a little clever. Especially, a few months after the release of a movie highlighting the cascades of crazy Tom Cruise in his promo. Kind, he has an idea behind the head. But in any case, this perspective is justified much more than the Oscar for the film the most popular.

 

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