GOKU WINNS NOW!!! MUAHAHAHA
It is just so sad of how much DC has screwed up so much ever since Nolan left.
I sadly can't say the same for DC though because despite being owned by WB since the 70s, they have really done a poor job doing the universe justice as they only focus on doing Batman and Superman to the detriment of the rest and the fact that it had took them this long for them to actually consider making a cinematic universe with these characters and even not make a Wonder Woman movie until now to be completely disgraceful. WB/DC really had no excuse to not get upstaged by a rival studio that isn't even 10 years old yet!
Also, Dysneypolitic its the "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY" approach (Similar to valve offices where you dont have bosses that can throw you out but a series of objetives to complete to the end of the term or you couldbe throw out)
Possibly and judging by Marvel's success with their cinematic universe and how it is now the highest grossing film franchise of all time and now that Spider-Man has now officially joined the franchise in Captain America: Civil War, it's only going to get much stronger from here and it's only a matter of time before the Fantastic Four and especially the X-Men comes back home for good.
they should of moved on from them at this point
superman is just a flying block of plot-tofu, he's boring
The problem is that the WB always puts their directors vision above all else. That's their greatest strength as a studio and also their greatest weakness.
Sometimes letting a director have complete creative control is the best thing you can do. Without Warner Brothers hands-off approach when it comes to their directors we wouldn't have gotten things like Gran Torino, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Dark Knight Trilogy, 300, American Sniper, movies that no studio other than Warner Brothers would have ever let get off the ground. But their philosophy of having absolute faith in their directors has blown up in their face just as much. The Matrix Sequels, Sucker Punch, Batman v Superman (although I didn't HATE it, I do think it could have been a much better movie if 60% wasn't spent building setup for their future movies), Jupiter Ascending. etc. and it's complete counter intuitive to building a larger cinematic universe.
Real talk, Jack.
Do you think there's anyway to fix/salvage the DCEU going forward? Or are they better off doing a reboot? I mean, they're already almost a decade behind Marvel. So setting themselves back to square one and recasting everyone seems really counter-intuitive.
Marvel's game gives you 4 characters for 5 dollars
DC's game gives you 1 character for 25 dollars
DC treats movies like science fair projects and just does whatever the hell they feel like
How many re-starts DC universe has had so far?