Hmm.. Imagine playing the final heist in GTAV on the hardest difficult, but skipping all the much needed set up just to get to the actual heist, only for your NPC drivers to crash their vehicles, losing most of your payoff.
@Anonymous Jack III, that's a pretty accurate description of DC's "cinematic universe" so far.
@Anonymous Jack III, that’s honestly the most accurate description I’ve ever heard for these movies
To not make good movies
@SpankieMcGee , that can be the only conclusion
@SpankieMcGee , they had a plan?
@Mad Man in the Flesh, make money
Apparently planning on making bad movies didn’t cut it, I wonder why
The thing that DC isn’t doing is being patient. Marvel took its time establishing its universe, giving audiences ample opportunity to get to know the characters and storylines. DC was just jumping on the bandwagon, and wanted to just get to the good stuff as quickly as possible.
Their original plan was to forge ahead with their cinematic sh*tstorms, then blame Rotten Tomatoes for ruining movies. Or immigrants, or terrorists, or gang members, or poor people, or whatever the problem du jour happened to be.
Their plan was to try and copy marvel
I feel like Warner Brothers fuked D.C Comics and they just got even more fuked when they thought of realising a crappy show called teen titans go but why the fuk didn't they just make it teen titans like God in teen titans go everyone was shaking their ass' like if a bunch of h0es got paid $5000 just to have s3x with them sorry I couldn't put real swears but eh
*Sees TTG movie*
X to doubt
To make money and be like the MCU
Haha what business plan
So many haters here. BvS is one of the greatest films of all time (let alone CBM) and Zack Snyder is a phenomenal filmmaker.
They had the same plan as EA