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“Zack Snyder’s Superman is too dark.”

If Zack Snyder made Superman “too dark” like y'all make it seem like he did, then Superman would have not hesitated to kill Batman to save his mother. Instead of walking calmly through the doors of court, he would have flown straight from the sky into the courtroom, leaving a giant hole in the Capitol’s roof, not even bothering to play by human rules, grabbing officials and senators by their necks, demanding that he be left alone. Threatening them. He would have let Doomsday kill Lex Luthor. He would have most likely not deliberately missed the opportunity to follow Bruce Wayne to save a little girl in Mexico. He was willing to sacrifice himself multiple times to save humanity.
At the end, he even basically committed suicide for the greater good. But now he’s dark because he didn’t smile like Donner’s Superman did? He’s rejected by half of the world’s population, accused of murder, watched his dad die in front of his eyes, but you want him to be optimistic and cheery all the time? What’s your preferred version of Superman, a giddy psychopath?


The future of the DC Cinematic Universe ( Previous post can be found here)

  • Justice League - November 17, 2017
  • Aquaman - July 27, 2018*
  • The Batman - TBD 2019*
  • Shazam -  April 5, 2019*
  • Justice League Part Two  - June 14, 2019*
  • Man of Steel 2  - Tentatively set for November 1, 2019*
  • Wonder Woman 2  -  Dec. 13, 2019*
  • Cyborg - April 3, 2020*
  • Green Lantern Corps - June 19, 2020*
  • The Flash: Flashpoint - TBD 2020*

* Official title and logo are yet TBD.

Getting Drunk with Henry

•Lots of giggling

•Kal looking at you both, unsure of what’s wrong and why your acting differently.

•Henry tickling you and chasing after you when you get away from him.

•Sloppy drunk sex

•Henry telling you how beautiful you are constantly, slurring the words a little bit.

•Loads of drunkenly singing the wrong words to famous songs.

•Dancing, lots of dancing

•Taking goofy pictures together

•Calling a couple of takeaways because you both can’t decide what you want to eat

•Spilled drink everywhere

•Talking about nothing and when you start to talk about more serious thing, Henry gets up and starts dancing to avoid the topic

•Knowing you’ll have a really bad hangover if you don’t stop drinking now but Henry says “one more” so you agree

•"One more" turns into 10 more

•Passing out and Henry carrying you to bed with his wobbly legs

•Crashing into bed with Henry lying on top of you, passed out.

•Loud snoring coming from Henry

Back from all the DC hate - let the hype machine begin

This made my entire week!!!!

Matt Reeves officially will direct and produce “The Batman”

Chris McKay in talks to direct - Nightwing Standalone film which is in development


“Superman was a beacon to the world. He didn’t just save people. He made them see the best parts of themselves.”

Not sure what’s more badass.. Gorilla Grodd bringing back the ‘stop hitting yourself’ on Barry Allen, or Scarecrow going in on Doctor Fate and Harley Quinn?! 👊🏼


Darren Aronofsky comments that he’d love to direct a Superman movie in the DCEU after seeing Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel and almost making Batman Year One

Superman or: How I Stopped Being Apathetic And Learned To Love The Big Blue Boy Scout:

Last year when I finally watched Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, I was blown away. Not just because it was an incredible movie (in my opinion), but because Zack had done something which I thought unlikely to happen. He made me care for the character of Superman. For as long as I can remember, I was always apathetic to Superman. No strong opinions one way or another. I’d seen the Reeves’ movies when I was younger an, aside from that; I cared very little for the character. I suppose it may have had something to do with the idea in pop culture that he is just this nearly indestructible God who can’t be killed (bar Kryptonite) and is just a boy scout. Even when I first got into superheroes when I was twelve, I immediately fell in love with Batman.I thought it was awesome how a guy, who has no superpowers and who witnessed a horrifying ordeal, became the hero he is. Hence the reason why I only saw Man of Steel last year instead of when it first came out in 2013.

Now I love the character, thanks to Zack and co. Yet his Superman is polarizing to say the least; just look at its Rotten Tomatoes score of 55%. Many people will say it’s “grimdark” (To slightly misquote Charlie Brooker “Anyone who combines words like grim and dark to make grimdark is just a funt.”) and isn’t the real Superman because he’s not smiling. Which I assure you, he does. People don’t like this take on Superman as it’s nothing like the Superman of yesteryear. The Superman of their childhood. And hear in lies the crux of the problem with the character of Superman. He’s not been allowed to evolve in the media and within popular culture as much as a certain other DC character. Batman.

Just think about it.Since 1966, Batman has appeared in nine films including this years Justice League; it’s sequel and Matt Reeve’s Batman movie in 2019. Not to mention the eight or so animated shows and their subsequent movies. Superman, on the other hand has appeared in seven movies including this years Justice League, it’s sequel and Man of Steel 2. Plus an animated series.Between 1966 and last years Batman v Superman:Dawn of Justice, Batman has gone from: campy to dark back to campy to gritty realism and then back to dark. Apart from the gap between the ‘66 movie and the '89 movie, the longest gap between Batman movies was between 1997 and 2005. Eight years, Compare that to Superman IV:The Quest for Peace and Superman Returns which had a twenty-year gap between the two. My point is that the gaps between Batman movies are so small that it allows the audience to familiarize themselves with a new iteration of the character with each reboot.Hence, the reason Bale’s Batman is so popular. Batman has evolved in the public eye.The twenty-year gap between Superman IV and Superman Returns meant that a lot of people grew up with one iteration of Superman meaning Reeves became the de-facto Superman, anything other than this was not the real Superman, and that was bolstered by Superman Returns which was a continuation of the Reeves movies (but with a new cast).

Then along comes Zack Snyder who gives us a slightly different take on the character which most people are not used to. He portrays Superman as a character who has flaws and who isn’t perfect. A person who’s trying to find his place in our world.Yet unlike Batman, whenever there’s a new take on the character most are well like and few aren’t *cough* Clooney *cough*, Snyder’s version is disliked and as stated before, not the true Superman. I feel the twenty-year gap between Superman IV and Superman Returns has actually harmed the image of Superman within popular culture. Now maybe this was down to WB who think that Superman isn’t as much of a bankable character as Batman, who knows. But at the end of the day,to quote BvS, “The fact is, maybe he’s not some sort of devil or Jesus character. Maybe he’s just a guy trying to do the right thing."Superman is a more interesting character than most people would believe. Just because Snyder’s Superman isn’t like Reeves or doesn’t smile 24/7, it doesn’t make him any less Superman. 


Was chatting with my bud @amethyst-the-owl about the DCEU and suddenly I started cranking out trailer ideas faster than I type out fanfiction.

Run down of the descriptions:
Left: Justice League 2 (ft. Hal Jordan, Jon Stewart, and Shayera Hol)
Right: Man of Steel 2 (ft. Kara Zor-El)
Last two: The Batman (ft Arkham Asylum, Damian Wayne, and Talia Al-Ghul)


Man of Steel 2, Batman VS Superman, Cast Official :

Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman
Amy Adams as Lois Lane
Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman
Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Laurence Fishburne as Perry White
Diane Lane as Martha Kent
Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor
Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth


Before Man of Steel and before Superman Returns, Henry Cavill actually did a screen test for a movie titled Superman: Flyby back in 2004. The decided against the movie, but it was written by J.J. Abrams and Robert Downey Jr. was said to play Lex Luthor.