The key to understanding the perfect balance between larger-than-life and relatability is to create a story world of which the hero is a part of and not vice-versa. The conflict, the chacteristics and every other element should emerge from the story itself.
To begin with, calling him the ‘Twilight dude’ is a disservice to all the stellar work that he has done this decade. By focusing on Indie films and working with strong scripts, he has shown how good an actor he is.
And now as the world stands after End Game, we can say that they did become so much more. We are going to take a look at what Marvel did right to make half of the world’s population it’s family (yeah, they did also turn them into dust).
The makers of Lucifer don’t play around with the film’s buzz, they are working on sustaining it and taking it higher. Lucifer should teach us a lesson or two in placing a mass structure in a substantial story.
He is one of the biggest movie stars in the world but if you took a look at his career in the recent past, it doesn’t match up to his contemporaries. With his latest release Zero getting some not so good reviews, it made me wonder what has happened to SRK’s career. Is this a case of someone who has not adapted to the times or is it just a phase and something better is bound to come?