The most american looking British man in the world.
After they get arrested at SDCC for disrupting Hall H, hopefully it dies off a lot sooner.
Never, we've had the Donner cut twenty years later, so they'll never lose faith.
Zack Snyder gives the people who like capekino an ideal to strive towards. They will race behind him, they will stumble, they will fall. But in time, they will join him in the sun. In time, WB will finance the Snyder cut.
The fact that Darkseid ended up not appearing in JL was a blessing in disguise. Now with careful planning, the ball is on WB's side to build him up for the future and make an impact whenever he gets to meet the League later down the line.
I honestly don't think you will. But if WB has a string of good-to-great movies, I do think you'll hear less vocal calls for it.
One of the Reddit "leaks" true or not made a good point, it's the ultimate no-win scenario for WB if they do release it right now.The mythical secret cut is so odd. Justice league is an odd choice of a film to obsess over, and its coming from me , someone who kinda sorta like it . WB got spooked from the BvS reception, made some poor reactionary executive decisions before the shooting even begun , and no matter what director finishes the project it was always gonna be a compromised non event of a film .
The material for a great movie just wasn't there .
That makes sense.
I feel like if the movies were better, their strategy would've worked out.
That's the point though. You're not going to get it right rushing it. DC's best movies are Wonder Woman and Man of Steel and their both solo films. Every other film got destroyed critically.
I feel the same. I get a kick out of the Batman graphic novels, but JL crossovers like Morrison's are too outlandish. Batman is too OP!If I'm being honest, the big event and crossover movies don't do it for me. Even Infinity War arguably being the best of them (depending on what DoFP is considered), I'm kinda cold on it next to the solo movies. My favorites these past two years were Logan, Wonder Woman, and Black Panther.
...which really isn't different than the comics. Most events/crossovers are neat but the stories that stay with me are centered on one or a small group of characters. But probably the exception considering sales and such.
It'll never die, unless Snyder says something either way. Even then, it's blind faith at this point, so they'll just say, "He was forced to say that!"
It's already just a small following of like maybe a few hundred people that still care, if that... Those that talk about them probably promote them more than anything they've actually been able to do.
I don't think there was anything wrong with their idea, they just botched the execution. Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman don't really need any introduction. Using those characters to carry less popular ones into their own solo films makes sense - the popularity of DC's characters afforded them that head start. You can also carry a Suicide Squad movie with a compelling enough appearance from the Joker. The didn't need to be great movies, just not bad ones.