As much as I loved TDW, I'd like to see how mine weighs up against the real deal
(Sorry for no pics but the embedded section and my pic history are MIA)
The Cavill DCCU as I see it unfolding. Desolation of the World's Finest (DWF) followed MOS. Flashpoint (FP) followed DWF. This is the next chapter
The follow-up to Desolation of the World's Finest. A possible direction the DCCU can go
The finale of my 90's era fancast. X3 stars James Purefoy, Russell Crowe and Demi Moore with Angelina Jolie, Nick Nolte, Ving Rhames and Tony Todd
Just as I proposed the direction of the MCU (with extremely inaccurate foresight) I will do the same for the DCCU
***Edit: this was concocted before the Affleck announcem
Sequel to X-MEN: DESCENT.
My very first fancast was a no explanation list of actors as characters. This is a-well thought out story with sensible characters to fit-fancast.
Stan Lee capitalizes on the popularity of introducing the strangest heroes of all time to comic book fans by transitioning them to the big screen by 1964.
I love the MCU. It's ground breaking and fantastic, but I can't help but wonder why they haven't utilized some characters to their potential.
Wonder Woman, the 4th and final hero to make up my revision of the DCCU.
The final DC hero to hit the big screen in my reinvention of the DCCU.
After my redesign of the DCU, beginning with Superman '05 and continuing with Batman '06, the next superhero, with 1 remaining, is Green Lantern.
The final Batmovie revision comes off the heels of The Batman, Shadow of the Bat and The Dark Knight.
This is Dark Victory
THE DARK KNIGHT 2010. The 3rd part of the 4-part Batman movie franchise, if it were up to me.
Batman 2: Shadow of the Bat ('08). The sequel to The Batman, a 2006 movie rebooting the 90's disasters.
As this is long and pretty descriptive, I chose to only throw the 1st one at you for now. There are 4 movies in total.
In revising the DCU, this, not Batman Begins, would be DC's comeback to theaters in '05 if it were up to me
This is my take on one possible direction The Amazing Spider-Man can go.
The final chapter of the MCU taken in a reasonable, logical direction
There was too much to put the 1st time, so here is the rest
1st, the Dirty Dozen, then The Losers followed by The Expendables, now The Suicide Squad
A sequel to my "Fancast: What if other directors brought Batman '89 to the big screen?"
This follows every MCU fancast I've done thus far.
Oliver Stone, Martin Scorsese and Stephen Spielberg. This, I believe, would be their take on the legend of the Dark Knight