Warner Brothers Needs To Dump DC
I would there should be massive firings at both Warner Brothers and DC for gross incompetence....
Full Disclosure: I'm a Marvel fan.
I have been a comic book fan for about 30 years, and as a kid I always wanted my favorite heros come to life on the big screen. Sadly, Marvel had a hard time making good movie for a long time (Nick Fury, Agent of Sheild TV movie, 1st Punisher movie, and 90's Captain America come to mind), until Blade set all things right with the world.
If I wanted my comic book movie fix, I was stuck with the only game in town, WB/DC, I saw Superman 1-4 (they should have stopped after two for sure) and I saw all the original Batman movies as well. They should have stopped after the second Batman movie as well. Once, the last of original Batman movies came out WB/DC seemed to lose its comic book miovie mojo, they have to major bombs in with Catwoman and Superman Returns, I am sure most Warner Brothers prayed hard for a win Batman Begins (I am not sure how) which they got. They then scored a second win The Dark Knight (worse that the first movie), and it looked like they got their mojo back. Someone for to tell that to the executives that green lit The Green Lantern.
Warner Brothers/DC isn't just a mess on the movie side, they comics division is a big money loser for them as well. Things are bad and going to worsen with the pending loss of the Trinity sometime this decade. H
Here is a suggestion: Warner Brothers needs to seriously needs to consider dumping DC or having it file for bankruptcy like Marvel did in the '90's. Of course if the new reboot/crisis/whatever the hell it is their doing fails, they may not have a choice.
I see that some DC fans are planning on protesting the reboot, how sad that Warner Brothers/DC have fallen so far.
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