Award winning comic book writer Mark Millar has said he no longer trusts news output from the BBC.
The Coatbridge born creator of Millarworld which spawned the KickAss franchise which went on to become a hit movie, told RT news he believes a “seismic shift” is coming in cinema, television and, he hopes, in news as well.
Millar said: “I think there’s a seismic shift coming. There’s a shift coming in everything.
“It’s coming in cinema, it’s coming in television, I hope it’s coing in news.
Singling out the BBC, Miller said: “I don’t trust the BBC anymore. It’s not the first place I look for my news in the morning. I look for other sources.
“So I love this democratisation of news that we have right now, it’s great. It’s very exciting.”
Millar also spoke of the many rumours he had heard within the Holywood industry that he said had turned out to be true. He highlighted the cases of Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey.
Mark Millar recently sold his Millerworld company for an undisclosed sum, believed by some to be in the high tens of millions of pounds, to Netflix. Despite his wordwide success, which includes collaborating in movie ventures such as Marvel’s Iron Man and The Avengers, Millar has maintained strong links with his hometown of Coatbridge.
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