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Audiences are tiring of superhero movies. Will Hollywood care?

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Audiences are tiring of superhero movies. Will Hollywood care?
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Since 2008, Hollywood has been riding the superhero box office momentum kicked off by Iron Man, the start of what we know as the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Although the MCU is thought to have started with Iron Man, the first real glimmers of interest in live-action superhero movies in the modern era came from New Line Cinema’s Blade in 1998 starring Wesley Snipes in the title role of the Marvel’s half-vampire.