That's my small concern here. Depending on what they mean by featuring this could be too many villains. Is it say Catwoman and Penguin ft. Firefly and The Riddler or is it Catwoman, Penguin, Firefly, and the Riddler? One's easier to do well than the other. Anyway the main villain should really be The Penny Plunderer. Movie should end with Bats putting the giant penny in the cave.
This is more or less what I'm thinking.Firefly intro villain that shows off Batman's cool gadgets and fighting ability. Penguin already established club owner which Batman just interrogates. Catwoman around just to cause trouble and flirt with Batman (she probably won't know his identity at this point, but he'll know hers). Riddler main villain or just another character to get info from. I have faith Reeves will know how to handle this. Doesn't seem that complicated. There's probably another bigger villain in the shadows.
I put that thread on ignore the moment I saw it.
You should.The amount of wrong information in that thread is staggering. No wonder no one knows what the hell is going on with the DCEU. I kinda want to make a thread in OT that explains the whole start of the DCEU and how it got to where it is now without all the hot takes from people which just confuse other people reading the thread.
I'm still baffled people aren't bored of this yet. I'm reading this thread and not a single thing has been said that hasn't been said in literally hundreds of DCEU related threads.
I mean it's basically already happening. Most of the recent DC stuff has been great from their movies to streaming. But people still go back to the older bad movies to make a point. Like someone said, that titans thread is telling.
You'll have these reactions as long as the audience will associate the new movies to the "universe"... Maybe a new Batman actor will help people to get out the Snyderverse.
Not Matt Reeves Batman. Or the Joker film, regardless how edgy it is. What I see as "DCEU" is MoS, BvS, WW, JL and AM, with Shazam! being debatable. The name is a fan thing, but I don't see how Matt Reeves Batman would have a connection with Zack Snyder at all.
Especially if the murmurs that Reeves is outright rebooting Batman altogether are true. That's going to be a big palette cleanser, I think.
It simply makes sense. Why to make a prequel for a failed attempt of Batman? I know that Batfleck has fans, and this is coming from someone that actually enjoyed Garfield's Spider-Man, but it'd be like expecting Tom Holland would play a prequel to TASM. It's not happening.