Tim Burton: 'You're a Slave of Disney' on Canceled Nicolas Cage Superman Film

Tim Burton discusses how major studios are affected by Nicolas Cage's appearance as Superman in The Flash and his response.

Tim Burton discusses the repercussions of Nicolas Cage's cameo appearance as a superhero on The Flash and the legacy of his aborted film Superman Lives, which starred the actor.

In an interview with the British Film Institute, Burton stated why he doesn't regret that his Superman film was shelved. "No, I don't regret anything. 

I'll just say that when you put that much time into a project and it doesn't materialize, it affects you for the rest of your life," he remarked. "

Because you become passionate about things, and everything has a beginning and an end."

But it's one of those situations that kind of never leaves you, said Burton. It also touches on another AI issue, which is why I believe I'm done with the studio. 

Whatever you want to call it, they may take what you did, Batman, and misappropriate it culturally. 

Disney or Warner Brothers can do whatever they want even though you are their slave. I'm therefore in covert protest against all of this in my later years of life.

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