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    It looks pretty epic, but we'll see. Leto is solid in everything I have seen him in and his Joker didn't bother me nearly as much as the rest of the world. They're taking a different approach to it, so I'll at least give them kudos for that. Luthor Jr also didn't bother me all that much and was the more interesting character imo out of the wooden bunch; He stole every scene he was in even if it was over the top, but that is what I liked about his performance to begin with.
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    https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood...gue-snyder-cut

    an interesting article that also confirms that it's 4:3. IDGAF about IMAX at home so wtaf dude.
    In what may be a divisive move, hes also presenting the movie in the boxy 4:3 format rather than wide-screen so that one day it can be watched on IMAX screens.

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    Me thinks Zack be trippin', funnel-ferry butterbar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood...gue-snyder-cut

    an interesting article that also confirms that it's 4:3. IDGAF about IMAX at home so wtaf dude.
    Yeah, WTF indeed. The ratio of people who will see this in IMAX as he intends vs. the people who will watch it at home on their 16:9 widescreen TVs is probably less than 1 in 100. Super dumb.

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    I mean, I respect the guy for just like sticking to all his most godawful ideas. This is like the greatest slow motion traon wreck of all time.

    We are talking about a 4 year old movie that every one hated, and somehow it is being improved by doubling the length and putting it in a shitty aspect ratio for no good reason. It's completely insane.

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    Let's keep it real, I'm going to hate-watch this with popcorn. It's sheer morbid curiosity that he thinks editing and extending that mess will make it better.

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    please be Poe's Law...please be Poe's Law...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wretchedest View Post
    I mean, I respect the guy for just like sticking to all his most godawful ideas. This is like the greatest slow motion traon wreck of all time.

    We are talking about a 4 year old movie that every one hated, and somehow it is being improved by doubling the length and putting it in a shitty aspect ratio for no good reason. It's completely insane.
    Thank you. I see these bits of positivity & excitement for this pile of shit here and there, and I am dumbfounded. Fuck Snyder, fuck this movie & fuck WB for fucking up practically every property they've put movies out for since they started trying to compete with the MCU. This things they're barfing out out in a few weeks will be a giant mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post
    ...& fuck WB for fucking up practically every property they've put movies out for since they started trying to compete with the MCU.
    This is the real reason almost everything they're putting out right now sucks. Back before The Avengers came out and the MCU became the gold standard that everyone was trying (unsuccessfully) to emulate, we got The Dark Knight trilogy, which are some of my favorite superhero movies of all time. I'd like to see them go back to making stand-alone trilogies (and overlap the ones that make sense, don't force it) that are director-driven like that because EVERYONE knows they won't beat Marvel at their own game.
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    Superman being rebooted; JJ Abrams producing.

    I guess no more Cavill? With The Witcher and Mass Effect on his books, maybe he's too busy.

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    Oh shit, they got Ta-Nehisi Coates writing it? I'm down.

    And if they manage the JL: Dark? Oh man. I hope they don't do the usual DC thing and recast Constantine because Matt Ryan kills it.
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    Imagine DC said 'know what? fuck it....'


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    I wish they would at least give Cavill a sequel to Man of Steel (Man of Tomorrow!) and try to right the Superman ship (rather than jumping ship & abandoning it) because he's fantastic in the role. Say what you will about Man of Steel, Batman V Superman, and Justice League, but Henry Cavill was never the problem, in fact I always thought he was the best thing the DCEU had going for it.
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    THIS.
    I grew up with Christopher Reeve, but I went into Brandon Routh's version with an open mind. It didn't stick.
    I like Henry Cavill in this role, though he is more somber. It fits, this isn't the 80s, so things aren't as light-hearted now are they?

    Never know about his schedule. I think the Witcher could be done in the next few months? Mass Effect could just be a voice role?

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    And Cavill wants to do it. Gadot and him are the few universally agreed upon wins the DCEU have.

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    Apparently one of the score songs is on streaming services? I'm listening to it now - The Crew at Warpower - and it's alright. More like the Superman score that Holkenborg worked on, kind of Nolan-Batmanesque too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic_discord View Post
    I wish they would at least give Cavill a sequel to Man of Steel (Man of Tomorrow!) and try to right the Superman ship (rather than abandoning it and jumping ship) because he's fantastic in the role. Say what you will about Man of Steel, Batman V Superman, and Justice League, but Henry Cavill was never the problem, in fact I always thought he was the best thing the DCEU had going for it.
    I'd like this twice if I could.

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    Snyder is saying his Justice League ends on a cliff hanger that sets up a sequel.... LMAO

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    Are we sure this just isn't a remake with new freshly filmed scenes and not shit that was left on the cutting room floor? This feels like a massive good faith redo of a movie that wasn't liked for a second chance.

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