- Aug 12, 2018
There’s no plan whatsoever at the moment for anything involving Superman over at the film side, so why shouldn’t the TV guys get to use him? The film side has been absolute ass in how they’ve handled everything about him, might as well let the TV people use his world. And if something gets moving on the film side they’ll both coexist.Absolute nonsense. The idea that a publicly traded company would orchestrate a PR campaign suggesting that their film might incite mass violence and fatal shootings to generate press is utterly moronic.
I don't understand how or where this is supposed to fit into the inevitable, rebooted, future Superman film. Why would a 'AAA' (or whatever) director board a new Superman project knowing that there's a CW (the cheaper end of broadcast to boot) series on the air featuring the same characters? That just makes no sense to me.
They would never do this with Batman so why is Superman getting this treatment? Either Warners' film and TV divisions aren't communicating when it comes to their DC properties (hence the 'doubling up' of some characters in film and TV) or the film division has a very specific plan for Superman going forward.
Crisis was pretty solid overall. Was not expecting that Ezra cameo