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#3677

He should be Desaad.


#3678

DC needs to slow their roll and actually get people to enjoy more than one of their movies before going all in on multiple Joker projects.


#3679

I’m actually sick of the Joker and wish they would move on in the comics and film/TV.


#3680

Amen to that.


#3681

Move on… to Lobo?!

Bay reportedly offered some notes on the Lobo script by Jason Fuchs, who previously worked on WB’s Wonder Woman (and Pan; never forget Pan). Fuchs will implement those notes and if the mighty Bay is pleased, he might just direct the movie himself. It would be an interesting change of pace for the director of films like Transformers and Armageddon, whose bombastic approach has become so well-known that he had a special camera named after him (the “Bayhem”).


#3682

Yes, please.


#3683

Michael Bay? Lobo?

Just have Pain and Gain set in space and give it more of a merc feel. Done deal.


#3684

A Michael Bay Lobo movie would be an incredible vehicle for the Rock, if he wanted to go there.


#3685

I’m sick of joker in the comics. But I want to see him in the movies.


#3686

Yeah, he’s perfect for Lobo. I can see him having his own Guardians type franchise. Much better than Black Adam.


#3687

I don’t know who I would cast for Lobo.

Twenty, twenty-five years ago, I would have said Bruce Willis.

The Rock… I don’t quite see it. He doesn’t seem to have the right manic edge to him.

Ideally, I would see movie Lobo as the equivalent of movie Deadpool. An unhinged, vulgar, fourth-wall breaking imp.


#3688

Jason Mamoa’s Aquaman is a pretty decent impression of Lobo. Honestly I’d give it to an upcoming wrestler and teach them how to act.


#3689

Think I’ve got the perfect wrestler:


#3690

Wha?

Does anybody have any idea what that psychobabble means?


#3691

Elseworlds: the movies!


#3692

Ohhh!

Why didn’t they just say so? :roll_eyes:


#3693

I guess if they had said, "Our new idea is to make a bunch of unconnection movies about different charatcers THE SAME AS EVERYBODY HAS ALWAYS DONE INCLUDING US " then it wouldn’t sound as clever.


#3694

Now you’re on the trolley!


#3695

The whole shared universe thing has proved tough of course, so going back to standalone films is probably for the best. I know they haven’t said that the shared universe is officially dead, but then they wouldn’t. They’d just phase them out over time.


#3696