I mean Batman is the real draw in these movies.... also the plot is driven by the realization that "oh shit what do we do now that big blue is gone?"I've always been more of a DC guy than Marvel. (minus The Punisher of course!)
Odd that Superman is not in the trailer, which is likely by design, but don't fuck around and have the first movie without him...that's just stupid.
"Gee guys, maybe would should have invited Superman after all!"
Yep after he is "killed." So suicide squad approached the situation from the perspective of "what if he was still alive and went nuts, how do we handle it?" And justice league goes for the "how do we replace him?"I didn't know that part and have missed the past few Superhero movies. Why come Superman is gone, or is this supposed to take place after Doomsday "kills" him?
I would put my money on more X-23 movies. That character has an equally dark life (aside from Wolverine killing all the X-Men). They crossed out of Wolverine territory and into Old Man Logan on this one. As long as Stan Lee is around I don't think we'll see another Wolverine movie.Saw Logan today- I don't fawn over actors/performances/movies too often, but holy SHIT did Hugh Jackman just define that role. I presume that I will live long enough to hear/see someone reprise the Wolverine role in one way or another, but he is hands down the only one that should be allowed. That movie, and his performance, were just amazing. There should be a 10 year retirement of that character to truly appreciate how well Hugh Jackman did.
Sir Patrick Stewart was amazing as well.
I don't think I want to see any superhero movies that aren't R rated anymore.
I saw Kong. It didn't really do it for me. I saw it in 3D at the IMAX and I fell asleep. A few neat scenes, but all in all nothing really happens. They go to an island and then they leave an island ( most of them). The 3D wasn't impressive either. A lot of choppy frames when the camera was moving.Logan was amazing. It's in the same category as Deadpool, Dark Knight and Civil War in that it's not a good superhero movie- it's just a straight up good movie. Honestly I will be surprised if Patrick Stewart doesn't finally get an Oscar nomination for his role as professor X. Hugh killed it (literally) but Sir Stewart made that movie.
Anyone see Kong yet? It's getting decent reviews.