New movie by Maisie Williams panned This is how the Game Of Thrones star reacts

New movie by Maisie Williams panned: This is how the “Game Of Thrones” star reacts

In “X-Men: New Mutants”, “Game Of Thrones” star Maisie Williams plays the mutant Rahne Sinclair aka Wolfsbane. The first reviews are bad, but Williams doesn’t seem to care much – which is understandable with “New Mutants”.

“X-Men: New Mutants” has already started in the USA and achieved a decent box office there on the first weekend, which is far from blockbuster figures, but is somehow okay, especially in view of the Corona circumstances and the bad reviews .

After the first reviews pointed towards a mediocre film, the level of criticism has now settled at a below-average level:

Metacritic.com has an average rating of 45 out of 100 points after ten reviews and Rotten Tomatoes only rated 29 percent of the 41 counted reviews as positive, with an average rating of 4.68 out of 10 points. As of September 1, 2020, “New Mutants” is the second worst-discussed “X-Men” film after “Dark Phoenix”.

Maisie Williams has a sense of humor

“Game Of Thrones” star Maisie Williams, who can be seen in “New Mutants” as the shapeshifting mutant Rahne Sinclair aka Wolfsbane, apparently takes the criticism debacle with humor.

On Twitter, she posted the Forbes review (“The worst ‘X-Men’ movie of all time”) and wrote: “Sounds like a movie that you have to see! Get your tickets now. “

On Twitter, she posted the Forbes review (“The worst ‘X-Men’ movie of all time”) and wrote: “Sounds like a movie that you have to see! Get your tickets now. “

Sounds like a must see! 🧚🏼‍♀️ Get your tickets now ✨ https://t.co/4fqry3JAse— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) August 28, 2020

Sounds like a must see! 🧚🏼‍♀️ Get your tickets now ✨ https://t.co/4fqry3JAse

The fact that an actress publicly puts a film in which she played in a negative context so soon after its start is quite extraordinary, but the circumstances with “New Mutants” are at least as extraordinary.

Since the first trailer in 2017 (!), The film has been postponed four times and should actually be revised with extensive re-shoots, which, however, apparently never took place due to the takeover of Studio 20th Century Fox by Disney (also because the actors have been three years in the meantime were aged).

More than a year ago, in March 2019, Williams had expressed frustration with the constant postponements of “New Mutants” fmovie.

In Germany, “X-Men: New Mutants” will start in cinemas on September 10, 2020.

In Germany, “X-Men: New Mutants” will start in cinemas on September 10, 2020.
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