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Justice League Of America is going to be perhaps the most controversial of all the superhero mix match to hit our screens,not only attributed to DC limp exertion and releasing of anything or any singular character that has not been established yet of…but also get this idea of putting the release date upon the head of 2015, battling it out
with The Avengers Sequel.
Also to aim to have either a duo or one sole person to script this huge, ever interloping truck load of characters…what we need to these characters fleshed out by individual scriptures and all, to open the audience to them, their distinctions, as a rewrite or a lone script we will still have the definitive aspects of the characters this script writer wants to indulge in. Also who could handle this multi layered power house.
And before you go into Whedon has done it, no because at least we had these characters established and thrown out, whether cameoed ( Hawkeye in Thor) the only other character he had fleshed out, to its perfection and fitting was The Incredible Hulk.
So how will these films or film span out.
Who would you like to helm The League?
How would you set out to establish this series?
What would you do?
Please indulge in this outrageous but clearly happening operatic scenario in Hollywood.
P.S NO NOLAN ATTACHMENTS ALLOWED
I read a fantastic post someone wrote on a youtube post of a CGI DC Online video: He wrote that he felt strongly that only an all-CGI animated feature like those fantastic DC videos would be the one way to absolutely guarantee the Justice League movie be a huge success, both financially and artistically. I have to agree with that. Marvel has gotten audiences easy with associating the actor with the superhero (the exception being a new Bruce Banner) for The Avengers movie. Instead of going up against Marvel on the same live-action playing field, laying down the gauntlet with an all CGI feature would place it on a totally different level. Audiences would not be watching to see how well the actors portray the superheros but instead watching to see how fleshed out the superheroes are. DC has a great way with animation in the story and character-development department. And seriously, those videos are fantastic. Unfortunately, there is a .00001% chance of that happening so in the case of a live action movie, I hope the movie paves it's own path regarding the character designs and cleaves to how well The Avengers had the characters have their own strong, individual traits and interact within those and add to the story. Anyway, my two cents. I'll be happy if they just keep Batman as that solemn, skeptic (and somewhat resentful) anchor that the WB Justice League series has him being the only member without a superpower.
Thanks for starting this forum, Eraserhead.
People act like it's a huge undertaking to make a Justice League movie, these characters have been ingrained in the public's conscious since Superfriends. They could release a JL movie this year and as long as they have Superman and Batman together a crowd will be drawn. Avengers 2 and a Justice League movie could be released the same year and no one's going to "choose" which one to see, both will probably make gangbusters of money. It's not even hard creatively, there's years of Justice League stories to draw from.
All I ask is do Jack Kirby a favor and don't use Darkseid as the villain. Personally? White Martians make the most sense, but anyone other then Darkseid
I'm getting sick of all these superhero films.
With the screen name of Iron Man?! Being goofy, of course. But your name made me think that my two favorite superheroes growing up was Batman and Iron Man, so I'm officially a fanboy of both DC and Marvel. I do know what you mean about oversaturation, though. That's how I am with found footage movies.
I'd only watch it if they made this one take the helm