DC Cinematic Universe Thread

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by CuriousOyster » Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:32 pm

I quite like it, reckon he won't look quite as young in motion. I've got the faith, he was very good in Dallas Buyers.

Cool analysis Leto commented on, on twitter http://comicbook.com/2015/04/25/jared-l ... epth-look/

Good point he looks bleached rather than painted like in DK films. I'd imagine going a different route since all Jokers have been pretty damn different, if he had scars they 'wouldn't be as good' as Ledgers. I remember laughing when I heard Ledger got cast, how wrong many of us were.

That's some cast, really looking forward to seeing Killer Croc.
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by Hexx » Sun Apr 26, 2015 11:32 pm

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by Wedgie » Mon Apr 27, 2015 4:44 pm

Well... that... what...

That must be the worst looking Joker. Of course, he may be end up a decent Joker when the film is released.

Just not sure about the tattoos. And why would the government grant an insane man like The Joker clemency and trust him to carry out dangerous missions without going batshit and team up with whoever's they are supposed to be bumping off?
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by Skippy » Mon Apr 27, 2015 5:53 pm

Wedgie wrote: And why would the government grant an insane man like The Joker clemency and trust him to carry out dangerous missions without going batshit and team up with whoever's they are supposed to be bumping off?


They probably won't
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by Moggy » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:02 pm

I am not judging the new Joker until I have seen the movie. I was completely wrong about Heath Ledger so will give the new guy a chance.
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by Hexx » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:23 pm

Well I was complete wrong with Heath Ledger.

But good god. This looks gooseberry fool. DAMAGED FFS
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by PCCD » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:36 pm

Wouldn't be surprised if the whole point of Joker in this is to appear in Harley flashbacks.
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by Memento Mori » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:41 pm

PCCD wrote:Wouldn't be surprised if the whole point of Joker in this is to appear in Harley flashbacks.

There was a recent Suicide Squad animated movie with most of the same characters where Joker was the antagonist.
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by Memento Mori » Tue Apr 28, 2015 9:23 pm

Spoilery pic from the Suicide Squad set:

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Like the animated film I mentioned, Batman's in! And apparently Hellboy too judging by that guy in the background.
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by Floex » Tue Apr 28, 2015 9:36 pm

I have no idea how you get instagram to work here but Leto posted this on his profile

https://instagram.com/p/2BlW_QzBS1/?taken-by=jaredleto

Hint?
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by Floex » Tue Apr 28, 2015 9:46 pm

Seems those tats were for the 75th anniversary of the Joker, phew.

Reports saying no tattoos.
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by HM » Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:38 pm

Report: DC Movie Slate Questioned With 'Unorthodox' WONDER WOMAN Plans & AQUAMAN Delays

While questions of how long the Marvel Studios success train can keep rolling will persist until their first disapppoinment (all signs point to it not being Avengers: Age of Ultron), some Hollywood observers and analysts are questioning whether Warner Bros. can get the DC Comics movie train out of the station.

In an in-depth piece from an upcoming issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine, the Hollywood trade is openly questioning the studio's plans for its DC superhero movie slate, with industry watchers as well as unnamed insiders in both DC and Marvel raising some red flags. THR's article comes on the heels of an uneven reception to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's first trailer and the directorial shake-up to Wonder Woman, citing what THR calls Warner Bros.'s apparent case of 'execution anxiety,' and lack of a Kevin Feige-like overseer for the ambitious movie slate that already reaches into 2020.

"Marvel has been an unbelievable platform for Disney to build and foster franchises," media analyst Richard Greenfield tells THR. "The question for Warners is, can they replicate that strategy using DC?"

DC's next film is March's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Warner Bros. has announced nine more superhero movies to follow that into 2020. Suicide Squad is already filming, but THR points to the directorial shake-up for 2017's Wonder Woman and 'bake-off' between five screenwriters to develop a suitable screenplay leading to "grumbling" from talent representatives.

Sources indicate that at least five writers were hired by Warner Bros. to write movie treatments and first acts for the Wonder Woman film, with the studio hoping one would stand out to develop further as the movie's finals script. THR indicates that the studio has narrowed the competing scriptwriters down to two, but an unnamed Warner Bros. insider says the process "felt like they were throwing gooseberry fool against the wall to see what stuck."

Warner Bros. reportedly approached Fifty Shades of Grey screenwriter Kelly Marcel for Wonder Woman, with THR's sources indicating that the screenwriter declined over "concern about the number of players who were involved" and a "vision [which] contrasted sharply" with plans for the movie.

2018's Aquaman is also reportedly in flux, with Warner Bros. hiring three screenwriters to compete for a "usable" screenplay for the Jason Momoa-starrer. THR goes on to say that Warner Bros. stated direction for the movie changed after the screenwriters began work, with one writer told his initial draft was unusable and another writer "on hold" as they await for Warner Bros.'s decision on a direction.

"They just haven't been thorough about their whole world and how each character fits and how to get the most out of each writer's time by giving them direction," says a talent representative reportedly aware of the situation. "Obviously, Marvel's very good at that."

THR describes Marvel's direction as being "ruled" by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, whereas Warner Bros. has a "filmmaker-driven" strategy that a unnamed Warner Bros. insider reportedly calls "unorthodox." Zack Snyder and his wife Linda are considered "key" players in the DC movie slate, working with producer Charles Roven, various Warner Bros. executives, as well as DC's Diane Nelson and Geoff Johns. Suicide Squad director David Ayer is said to have been given "broad creative control" over his film.

That's an error, according to a reported unnamed Marvel insider quoted by THR.

"You can't just give it to a filmmaker. You have to give it to someone who has an institutional knowledge of these characters."

Kim Masters, who wrote the piece for THR, later tweeted "Feiges don't grow on trees."



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by Senor_Coconut » Thu Apr 30, 2015 2:03 pm

You could tell they didn't have a clue when they decided not to have a link to the tv shows.
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by Skippy » Thu Apr 30, 2015 2:53 pm

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PostRe: DC Cinematic Universe Thread
by CuriousOyster » Thu Apr 30, 2015 3:15 pm

He looks awesome. Looks more Batman than Bale ever did, that jawline/designer stubble tho.
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by CuriousOyster » Thu Apr 30, 2015 5:51 pm

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by Floex » Thu Apr 30, 2015 8:01 pm

Think the suit looks great but from a design perspective at what point would Bat think to add frown lines? :lol:

Maybe Affleck is grimacing so much that even the suit can't hold it back.
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PostRe: DC Cinematic Universe Thread
by Floex » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:08 pm

Will Smith as Deadshot in civilian gear

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by Memento Mori » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:10 pm

That's not Deadshot, that's Will Smith wearing a stupid hat. Batman looks good.
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PostRe: DC Cinematic Universe Thread
by Floex » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:14 pm

Is there much of Deadshot walking around buying shopping in the comics?

I'm sure this is just for his origin story but still...

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