We’re just days away from the release of “Superheroes: The Superpowers in Peril,” a new blockbuster movie starring Tom Hanks.
But that hasn’t stopped some of the biggest names in comic book movies from getting a little bit crazy with their superhero identities.
As the world awaits the premiere of “The Flash,” “Captain America: Civil War” and “Justice League” will all be showing up on screens.
And while there have been some wild stunts in the past, this year the movie world seems to have stepped it up a notch.
And while the big names are still being paid handsomely for their work, the big bucks are still coming from other actors.
“The Big Bang Theory” star Jonah Hill is one of the highest paid actors in the industry, earning an estimated $11.5 million last year.
So he’s definitely paying his dues.
But he has a different take on superheroes in danger.
“The superhero is a great story, and they are a great source of hope, but they are also a great danger,” Hill said on the latest episode of “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos.
“They are a source of danger, and I think that is the reason that we need to take action.
And I think we need the help of the government and the government is getting better at that.”
Hill’s not the only actor who thinks that superhero movies are a bit of a bad idea.
“Superman” star Ben Affleck, for one, has a similar take.
And actor Mark Hamill said he thinks that the superhero movies we see in theaters right now are the equivalent of “a giant bag of dynamite.”
“We’re seeing a whole lot of bad superhero movies,” he said.
“I think that the good ones are better.
I think it’s a great opportunity for the good to shine.”
But Hollywood insiders aren’t exactly happy with that idea either.
“We have superheroes that we can’t see because of their powers,” actor Jeremy Irons told “This Morning” on Monday.
“We need to put a stop to that.”