James Cameron criticises characters from Marvel and DC: "That's not how movies are made,"

Marvel and DC characters have drawn criticism from James Cameron.

James Cameron can be added to the list of eminent filmmakers who are offended by today's superhero movies.

In an interview with The New York Times that was published on Tuesday

the three-time Oscar winner criticised the Marvel and DC studios' storytelling.

He said, "No matter how old the characters are, they all act like they're in college when I look at these big, spectacular films

I'm looking at you, Marvel and DC." They appear to have relationships, but they don't. Because of their children

they never hang up their spurs.

The things that actually give us a sense of purpose, power, and love? Because those characters don't go through it

I believe that's not how movies should be made.