I've been expecting this. Guillermo has never been a good manager of his time.
Part of the problem may be that Avi Arad is producing this.
Makes you wonder if this may be an example of "life imitating art". Williams life seemed to be moving in the same direction as this character. Unfortunately, Williams didn't make the "U-Turn" that this character appears to make.
They definitely missed the estimates on JW. I think the initial prediction was $125 million.
Damn it!!! I knew this was going to happen. Sony is too f-in stupid to keep their 2 cents to themselves and let Marvel do their thing. Already arguing with Marvel in the freakin' development and pre production phase. If Marvel wants Charlie Plummer, then Sony needs to step the hell back and let them cast him. Marvel has been absolutely spot on with their ability to cast these roles.
I started dying laughing when I saw the poster.
You're exactly right and the irony is that all of these pc folks are screaming civil rights while stomping all over each individuals constitutional right to freedom of speech.
Hope this doc*mentary get's made. Would love to see what the ultimate vision of this was going to be. My biggest problem with Miller's proposed film was the cast. I was very interested when it was announced that Maxwell Lord was going to be a primary villain, but could not believe they were going to cast freaking Jay Baruchel for the role. Plus, you were basically going to have a Superman who is 5'9" next to a Wonder Woman who is 5'11" and a Batman who is 6'6". Armie Hammer (Batman) would have been at least half of a foot taller than any of the other Justice League cast member. Now, on the flip side, Megan Gale looks a whole lot more like Wonder Woman than Gal Gadot.
You need a villain that can somewhat remotely act. Hogan can't act worth $hi+. Even bad actors tend to get better with each passing role, but Hogan was in quite a few movies and had his own television series and his acting just seemed to get worse not better.
Glad to see Mad Max didn't have a huge decline.
There is absolutely no consistency in DC/Warner's plan of action. As a matter of fact, it looks like the executives are just throwing it together as they go. This is the problem with how DC/Warner is handling their product. One day their saying that the TV and Movie Universes are separate, which is why we are going to get two Barry Allen characters, but now we see they step in and prevent Berlanti, who so far is the only one in the mix that has a grasp on managing DC's catalogue, from using Harley Quinn because she's going to be in the Suicide Squad movie. There is also rumor that "Gotham" wants to use Harley as well, which further confuses the issue because DC's TV shows don't even line up. It makes no sense. There are obviously individuals within in DC (more likely Warner) that are calling the shots and have absolutely no understanding of the genre or how to manage a complex Universe of characters. Unless they root out that "management cancer", this is going to keep getting more and more convoluted.
Sounds EXACTLY like "Gravity" just on Mars and not in open space.
Amy Schumer is terrible. She's the female version of Dane Cook.
I've always loved Spiderman, but one of the weaknesses in the Spidey Universe is that they never developed a good gallery of Villains for him. I know many will disagree, but I always felt like one of the major differences between Marvel and DC is that Marvel has a larger cast of good relatable heroes and DC has a better menagerie of villains.
I agree. Dafoe was absolutely brilliant Osbourne and the fact that he made Goblin even remotely sinister in that RIDICULOUS Goblin suit could be considered perhaps genius.
I've always loved Spiderman, but one of the weaknesses in the Spidey Universe is that they never developed a good gallery of Villains for him.
Basically they took the Captain America suit took the star and "A" off, painted it red and put horns on the helmet.