The Irishman Couldn’t Have Been Made Without McU Movies

Much has been said over the last few months about Martin Scorsese and the McU. The director was widely criticized for dubbing films like Avengers: Endgame ‘theme park rides’ rather than cinema. This kicked off an almighty stink that neither side came out of looking particularly good. However, it seems that Scorsese has had the last laugh, as his latest film The Irishman is absolutely incredible and one of the best things he’s made in his long career.

But there’s an ironic twist to Scorsese’s triumph. You see, one of the most interesting things about The Irishman is the way it’s set across multiple decades while keeping the same cast. This is done via CGI de-ageing, allowing us to see mobster Frank Sheeran in multiple stages of his life while keeping De Niro in the role. Some had had their suspicions that this would descend deep into the uncanny valley,
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