- Oct 27, 2017
Multiple villains makes execution extremely difficult, I don't have high hopes for this.
Well there is 3 movies sooo 2 great ones, 1 decent. So they are turning course, but it's on you if you are gonna keep holding to the snyder stuff when he's nolonger there. We'll see if they can maintain thjs with Joker in October and WW in the summer.
But this isn’t that? We’re finally getting a movie about an established Batman working in a Gotham with a rogues gallery
True. Dawn did a great job at meshing the apes story with the humans
There's Man of Steel, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Batman v Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Shazam Thats 3/6. 2 being great films, the other being decent. So there's a 50/50 chance that this will be bad film.
That's not how that works, at all.
That doesn't really make sense. I guess if everything was by the same director that would make more sense. Which in this case it's not, soooo. Also your math is off.
Why do people always jump to the worst possible conclusion based on limited information?
Everything without Snyder has been decent to great, and Matt Reeves’ last films were Dawn of/War for the Planet of the Apes. Like if those two movies don’t make feel confident about his Batman film, I don’t know what will.
Exactly. Basically Riddler is probably the lead villain, Penguin's a secondary bad guy, Catwoman's the lead female role/femme fatale of the film and Firefly is basically an extended cameo. Any other baddies that pop up in the film will also almost certainly amount to glorified cameos that Batman runs into while searching for clues to solve the new Riddler case.Having multiple villains doesn't mean every one is a main antagonist. Given the intent for this movie to have more of a detective noir vibe:
- Riddler as the main antagonist, matching wits with this young detective-focused Batman
- Catwoman as the femme fatale
- Penguin as the underground information broker, who Batman reluctantly goes to for details on the Riddler
- Firefly as the pre-credits villain, to establish Batman's methods and physical prowess. Maybe Riddler frees him later as a distraction, cue rematch
Not going to lie, Firefly would be a great side-villain to use for an opening action sequence for fans to get properly introduced to Battinson.
Yeah, Selina's totally going to be an anti-hero over the course of this trilogy IMO. Really interested in seeing who they cast for her; maybe someone like Ana de Armas, Vanessa Kirby, Dakota Johnson or Zoe Kravitz? De Armas in particular bears a noticeable resemblance to how Joelle Jones draws her in the comics these days.
Hopefully Harvey's just in the film as Harvey Dent and his turn into Two-Face happens in a later film. Let fans get to see Harvey and Bruce/Batman's friendship grow and develop over the course of a film or two and then break everyone's hearts as his downfall kicks in... it's the sort of material that Reeves shines with as a filmmaker.
Yea that's entirely possible. He'll be Dent, they're just casting him as "Two Face" as maybe that's how people know him the best.Hopefully Harvey's just in the film as Harvey Dent and his turn into Two-Face happens in a later film. Let fans get to see Harvey and Bruce/Batman's friendship grow and develop over the course of a film or two and then break everyone's hearts as his downfall kicks in... it's the sort of material that Reeves shines with as a filmmaker.
I seriously hope Reeves or someone at Warner Bros gets Oscar Isaac on the phone ASAP. He'd make for a top-notch Harvey Dent to pair off against Pattinson's Batman.