Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Gibs, Oct 15, 2014.
I'm not sure how I feel about the Batmobile looking like the Tumbler from the Dark Knight trilogy.
Not news, but certainly hilarious
Really epic trailer. One of the best I've seen in a while.
I'm a little worried about how the film will juggle and bring together all the plot threads. There seems to be a lot going on in the trailer. And there are probably elements that they still haven't revealed yet.
I have faith in the team, so I hope they deliver. Far more excited about the DC universe than Marvel atm.
Btw, they released a Suicide Squad teaser in Comic Con. Hope it gets released soon!
Leaked bit from Suicide Squad Trailer, Leto's Joker voice
Full SS teaser bootleg https://vid.me/NHC9
I still don't care for Jessie Eisenberg being Lex Luthor in the film. And after hearing those lines, I can't help but to feel his parts are going to be a farce. Lex Luthor is supposed to be bigger, have a more baritone, manlier voice, and most certainly not have flowing locks on top of his head. That being said though, I am somewhat excited about this film coming, regardless of my main gripe about the actor playing Lex.
After seeing that last scene in the Suicide Squad trailer, I really don't care about the Joker's tattoos anymore. I had full faith since it was announced that Leto would play the part well, and that trailer shows that to me. What suprised me was how serious Suicide Squad actually looks. I was expecting it to be a bit more light-hearted than that.
I'll take School Emmet in Superman History for 500, please.
Lex Luthor started off having flowing red hair.
Also, comics don't necessarily dictate what a character's voice should sound like. You're just basing your opinion on, very likely, the animated series. You'd have a completely different opinion if you went with, oh, the original Superman movie:
This "deep baritone" idea you have is fairly recent in Superman history.
It's crazy how much of Suicide Squad is done already. It's not released for another 13 months.
Regardless, the voice of Gene Hackman still holds more power than Jesse Eisenberg's voice, even if it wasn't baritone. I just find Jesse's Luthor as more or less a creeper/pedophile type of villain than someone more sinister.
I hope this movie finally gets Batman right
I'm always open to different interpretations, and so far I'm a fan of how they've presented the new Batman, Wonder Woman, Lex Luthor, and now the Joker. I think it'll be interesting.
--> Batman Begins(or the whole Nolan trilogy for that matter)
Or the Arkham games
Or the animated series.
Batman has honestly been "done right" a lot of times lately.
What really needs to be done right is an actual modern GREAT Superman/JL movie.
"The red capes are coming"
The Suicide Squad trailer really looks really awesome, and the cast of that movie is so epic.
Super excited for everything shown by DC from CC.
What I think he means is Batman done right on the big screen, and if that's so, I would have to agree. Though Nolan's Batman films are great, the weakest part of them by far is Bruce Wayne / Batman himself. Though Christian Bale nailed Bruce Wayne the Playboy perfectly, he left something to be desired as Bruce Wayne the Batman. His Batman felt really weak compared to comic iterations of Batman. He just wasn't the ultimate badass he is in say, The Dark Knight Returns. The Dark Knight Returns Batman could kick the living shit out of The Dark Knight Rises' Bane. On top of that, I'd love for Batman to be portrayed as more sociopathic like in The Dark Knight Returns, since he really is if you think about it.
I meant the movies. The Nolan movies had a lame Batman and Bruce. He's supposed to be like the smartest guy on the planet and an absolute physical beast wrapped into one mentally damaged package. And since this new movie is based on the most badass Batman of all time I have high hopes they'll get it at least a little bit right this time.
Based on the images I thought it was gonna be overly rock-n-roll but now it looks like an unsettling dark comedy, which is in the realm of what David Ayer does. The guy makes dark and unapologetic films.
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