Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

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Shit just came into existence.

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MiracleSleeper2 wrote:Shit just came into existence.

Don't mess with the lines yo. 8-)

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Looks like Luthor has hair after all.
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I'm wondering how so many heros will debut in one single movie without being undeveloped. At least Avengers had solo movies for the most important members of the group.

Although I liked Watchmen.

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Only Batman and Supes will get proper screen time, the other superheroes will probably be extended cameos leading into JL.

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Biribiri wrote:I'm wondering how so many heros will debut in one single movie without being undeveloped. At least Avengers had solo movies for the most important members of the group.

Although I liked Watchmen.
Wonder Woman will have a role similar to Black Widow in Iron Man 2. Aquaman, Cyborg will have 1 scene cameos apparently. If they put Flash or Green Lantern in it, theyll have cameos as well.

This movie is not crowded, but Justice League may feel crowded or underdeveloped if they dont put a lot of focus on the B-heroes.

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Ben Affleck has started doing promotional interviews for Gone Girl, which means that reporters will be asking him dozens of questions about the film just so they can sneak in a question about Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. No disrespect to Gone Girl, which actually looks pretty good, but you know, the film doesn't appear to have a single superhero in it.

As part of pretending to be interested in Gone Girl, the New York Times was able to finagle a couple brief comments about Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice out of Mr. Affleck.

In regards to Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, which he probably won't win an Oscar for but everyone will go see, Affleck professed, "I’m having a blast."

Affleck also praised the script, which is written by Argo screenwriter Chris Terrio. Affleck described the script as being "really unique to the genre and really smart."

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Ben Affleck has started doing promotional interviews for Gone Girl, which means that reporters will be asking him dozens of questions about the film just so they can sneak in a question about Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. No disrespect to Gone Girl, which actually looks pretty good, but you know, the film doesn't appear to have a single superhero in it.

As part of pretending to be interested in Gone Girl, the New York Times was able to finagle a couple brief comments about Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice out of Mr. Affleck.

In regards to Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, which he probably won't win an Oscar for but everyone will go see, Affleck professed, "I’m having a blast."

Affleck also praised the script, which is written by Argo screenwriter Chris Terrio. Affleck described the script as being "really unique to the genre and really smart."
Incredible news! A script that is not only unique but really smart too!

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