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#2832

Such things are still “handled”. This is one where, to use a parent’s aphorism, “It’ll all come out in the wash”.


#2833

It’ll be interesting to see how his relationship with Warner continues to develop. He was the obvious choice to finish JLA, as he is the only director who currently has experience with that kind of multi-superhero team movie. And then, there’s Batgirl, but depending on how things go, Warner might want to keep him around the bigger DCU projects, maybe in a producing role. It would be a smart move.


#2834

The Russo brothers respectfully disagree.


#2835

Bryan Singer drops in


#2836

They’re kind of ultra busy right now.


#2837

Yes but Christian didn’t say the only director available, he said the only director with this kind of experience. Which he’s not.


#2838

Well after watching WW, now I’m really worried for what Whedon’s involvement means =/


#2839

#2840

I think Avengers is far more of a direct analogue to JLA than any other example we could think of.


#2841

Was he involved in Wonder Woman? :confused:


#2842

No but WW seemed to me like a blatant move towards the exact same MCU formula, and Whedon helped establish that formula with the Avengers… that’s what worries me.


#2843

Felt more like an X-Men 1 or Spider-Man 1 type thing to me.


#2844

New Rule: All Directors and Screenwriters must wear Red Shirts.


#2845

Um…are you planning to send them on Away missions Captain?


#2846

To where no one has gone before…


#2847

#2848

Wonder Woman just came BACK to several screens at the Alamo Drafthouse here in Austin. I’ve never seen that happen before. Then again, Baby Driver is STILL playing premium Alamo locations. That’s unusual too.


#2849

#2850

Does anybody else think Brandon Routh was a good choice for superman.


#2851

He was fine. No better or worse than Henry Cavill. Unfortunately, he was stuck with an awkward take on the Superman character in a tedious movie that was focused on repeating what had already been done better in the past.