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Post by WyldeMan on 10/21/2015, 7:33 pm

Tyger wrote:Batman isn't HR, he's not always even a full time member

Nobody would complain to Batman if he ran HR.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 10/21/2015, 7:43 pm

Batman is the boss even if he's not a full time member. Most of the shit on Watchtower is on his dime anyway.

Speaking of, I doubt there will be a Watchtower in space for the movie. Did Snyder say anything about that yet?
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Post by WyldeMan on 10/21/2015, 7:46 pm

UltimateMarvel wrote:Batman is the boss even if he's not a full time member. Most of the shit on Watchtower is on his dime anyway.

Speaking of, I doubt there will be a Watchtower in space for the movie. Did Snyder say anything about that yet?

Isn't Wayne slapped on Watchtower? I thought it was Bruce's design and build too.

If there isn't a Watchtower by Part 2 I'm going to be disappointed.

But it looks like Lois will be the recruiting everybody for that movie.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 10/21/2015, 7:55 pm

WyldeMan wrote:Isn't Wayne slapped on Watchtower? I thought it was Bruce's design and build too.

If there isn't a Watchtower by Part 2 I'm going to be disappointed.

But it looks like Lois will be the recruiting everybody for that movie.

I don't remember if there is Wayne on the Watchtower. I had to look it up, says that he only funded Watchtower and WW and John Stewart built it.

Lois is going to round up everyone? Damn! I thought it would be one of the actual members. Her part just got way more bigger.
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UltimateMarvel wrote:I don't remember if there is Wayne on the Watchtower. I had to look it up, says that he only funded Watchtower and WW and John Stewart built it.

Lois is going to round up everyone? Damn! I thought it would be one of the actual members. Her part just got way more bigger.

John built Watchtower on a cop's salary? Unlikely. Razz

That's the assumption based on the fact that Amy has been the only cast member who mentioned working with Momoa and a few of the other Leaguers on several other ocassions. It would seem like Lois uncovering Clark's secret in MoS sent her on a path to find others.
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Post by Tyger on 10/21/2015, 8:06 pm

UltimateMarvel wrote:Batman is the boss even if he's not a full time member. Most of the shit on Watchtower is on his dime anyway.

Speaking of, I doubt there will be a Watchtower in space for the movie. Did Snyder say anything about that yet?
Boss isn't HR. Funding and building are two different things.
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Post by ForeverBlu on 10/22/2015, 5:58 pm

For some reason, I'm not as excited for this movie.

Like I was about MOS.


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Post by ForeverBlu on 11/30/2015, 7:04 pm

Super looks hot, when he's angry.

That's all I got.
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Post by Rusty on 11/30/2015, 8:05 pm

Batman looked scared.
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Rusty Cunt wrote:Batman looked scared.

Wouldn't you be?
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Post by Rusty on 11/30/2015, 10:35 pm

Batman doesn't get scared.

Fanboys will internet rage over that.

Just as they did when Kevin Smith insinuated Batman pissed himself in The Widening Gyre.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 11/30/2015, 11:03 pm

Awesome teaser!

Yeah, Bats looked a little scared there. Superman looks pissed off too. I read in the comments that they think it might be a dream or some sort. We'll see....

I did like the part when he takes the mask off though, Bruce immediately gets pissed off and ready for a fight. WHOA! He's chained up and he doesn't even care. Kal should be running.
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Post by WyldeMan on 12/1/2015, 9:23 am

UltimateMarvel wrote: Kal should be running.

lol!
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Post by ForeverBlu on 12/1/2015, 9:41 am

That scene, serious homoerotic vibes.


JMO
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ForeverBlu wrote:That scene, serious homoerotic vibes.

JMO

More like Just Your Dirty Fantasy. Razz
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 12/1/2015, 11:11 am

ForeverBlu wrote:That scene, serious homoerotic vibes.


JMO

LOL! That's what you got from that, is it FB?
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Post by ForeverBlu on 12/1/2015, 11:54 am

Supes ripped off that mask, like he was about to make

Bruce his prison bitch.
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Post by WyldeMan on 12/1/2015, 12:48 pm

ForeverBlu wrote:Supes ripped off that mask, like he was about to make

Bruce his prison bitch.

That thought never even crossed my mind, have you been re-watching Oz??
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Post by ForeverBlu on 12/1/2015, 3:38 pm

WyldeMan wrote:
ForeverBlu wrote:Supes ripped off that mask, like he was about to make

Bruce his prison bitch.

That thought never even crossed my mind, have you been re-watching Oz??





No.
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Post by ForeverBlu on 12/3/2015, 4:57 am

Eh.




Not here for these versions of Lex Luthor and Wonder Woman.




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Post by UltimateMarvel on 12/3/2015, 8:06 am

Yeah, I'm worried about Lex Luthor as well. It's just not what I had in mind. I do like Wonder Woman though, she came in strong even though she didn't have a line.

Doomsday looks great but I didn't think he was going to be in this. I think they should have saved that for the movie, they might have given too much away.
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Post by Rusty on 12/3/2015, 9:46 pm

Eisenberg just took my interest level in this to an all time low. I was keen as mustard until he opened his mouth. No thank you. I'll wait for Blu-ray.

Also, Doomsday looks like Kevin Smith's Poop Monster from Dogma.

Wonder Woman looks the goods though Smile
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 12/4/2015, 2:55 pm

The more I watch the trailer, the more I think bringing Doomsday here was a mistake. That's a character they could have used for Man of Steel 2 or 3. Would have made a great movie. After the world knowing about Superman, to see him in one epic battle to his "death" against Doomsday would have been amazing. Now that can't happen. Mad I believe they used Zod for Doomsday.....I don't like how they changed that up either.

I'll still go watch the movie but I'm not as hyped about it as I used to be. Sad
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Post by WyldeMan on 12/4/2015, 8:00 pm

UltimateMarvel wrote:Mad I believe they used Zod for Doomsday.....I don't like how they changed that up either.

I'll still go watch the movie but I'm not as hyped about it as I used to be. Sad

Pretty much the least guarded secret there, Michael Shannon and his flippers have been outed for a long time.

There is no need to save Zod for special appearances, he's not Loki. But if you think this is it for Doomsday then you're kidding yourself, it's going to take the League.

I haven't watched the trailer yet cause I don't need to, the first trailer showed me everything I needed and I am ready for BvS.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 12/5/2015, 9:51 pm

WyldeMan wrote:There is no need to save Zod for special appearances, he's not Loki. But if you think this is it for Doomsday then you're kidding yourself, it's going to take the League.

Yeah, most likely. They're not in the trailer so they're probably saving the good stuff for the movie.

WyldeMan wrote:I haven't watched the trailer yet cause I don't need to, the first trailer showed me everything I needed and I am ready for BvS.

Check it out. I'd love to hear your opinion on Lex. I'm unsure about him but maybe there is more to him than what's shown in the trailer.
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Post by WyldeMan on 12/6/2015, 8:00 am

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Check it out. I'd love to hear your opinion on Lex. I'm unsure about him but maybe there is more to him than what's shown in the trailer.

Eisenberg is capable of pulling off some interesting characters on screen even though in the real world he comes off like a twitchy pretentious jackass. I've followed his career for a long time and I wouldn't be shocked if he surprised a lot of people. Though most folks are dead set on hating him just like Leto as The Joker and have been since the casting. But considering I've hated every movie version of Lex Luthor that's come before I'm hoping Eisenberg can change that. As far as I know Lex is going to have a pretty fair amount of screen time so I'd say there is probably going to be a lot more to him than what you've seen in a few 5 second clips.
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Post by Rusty on 12/10/2015, 11:19 pm

UltimateMarvel wrote:The more I watch the trailer, the more I think bringing Doomsday here was a mistake. That's a character they could have used for Man of Steel 2 or 3. Would have made a great movie. After the world knowing about Superman, to see him in one epic battle to his "death" against Doomsday would have been amazing. Now that can't happen. Mad I believe they used Zod for Doomsday.....I don't like how they changed that up either.

I'll still go watch the movie but I'm not as hyped about it as I used to be. Sad

Nothing wrong with introducing Doomsday. They'll kill him. He'll come back new and refreshed. It's Doomsday. Very Happy

With pushing back MoS2 for this, and giving Affleck another 15 Bat films over the next 2 years, he'll be around for a while. When this incarnation does wrap up, that's when they'll do the "Death of Superman" story-line. If it's not the last film in this series/universe, it'll be the second to last, so they can make one more Bat/League film to get revenge for Supes, and also make the film studio $198billion dollars.

The general consensus on desert scene with the removal of Bats headwear is it's a dream by Superman. The God-like future could also be apart of that dream.

Yet the fighting and shoot 'em up shit has another theory. Some think that it's a vision by Wonder Woman (or the Amazons as a collective), about what will happen if Bat & Supes keep going head to head. That's how/why she's introduced to the story, to hunt them down, give them the what for, and make sure they don't destroy the planet trying to take each other out.

Still curious how Aquaman plays into it.
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Post by WyldeMan on 12/11/2015, 10:37 am

Rusty Cunt wrote:Yet the fighting and shoot 'em up shit has another theory. Some think that it's a vision by Wonder Woman (or the Amazons as a collective), about what will happen if Bat & Supes keep going head to head. That's how/why she's introduced to the story, to hunt them down, give them the what for, and make sure they don't destroy the planet trying to take each other out.

Still curious how Aquaman plays into it.

I love that theory cause it's misleading as fuck and makes me feel like we might not even know what BvS is really even about. Kind of like how Ayer's Squad trailer covers what is apparently like the first 20 minutes of the movie.

I read a rumor that Waller has Aquaman imprisoned in a cell at ARGUS and his Trident is being kept in her trophy room. Cool
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 12/11/2015, 10:59 am

That's a damn good theory, Rusty! I hope that's the movie we get. If their intention was to mislead us from that trailer then I'm gonna be happy as fuck.
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LEXICAL ANALYSIS

Lex Luthor on disrupting the vigilante industrial complex by Ron Troupe



The impending launch of his company’s revolutionary new operating system Lex/OS (I got my hands on the beta and, yeah, it’s awesome) seemed like the perfect moment to sit down with the dynamic and, at times, controversial, young genius behind the LexCorp magic to see what else he’s got up his sleeve.

THE ELEVATOR DOORS open and I step into the opulent Royal Penthouse Suite at the Park Metropolis Downtown. Eleven lavish bedrooms, each with its own floor-to-ceiling Italian marble bath, a 100-seat cinema/lecture hall, a four-lane bowling alley (two standard American, one duckpin, one Belgian feather), twin helipads and its own private Caffè Bene. In other words: exactly what you’d expect for $95,000 a night.

Of course, no one’s actually staying here. This is just the space he’s rented for my fifteen-minutes-but-more-like-ten, no-holds-barred-except-several interview.

If I didn’t know better, I’d think billionaire tech wunderkind Lex Luthor was trying to intimidate me.

RON TROUPE:  Nice digs.

LEX LUTHOR:  We’re not doing that.

RON TROUPE:  Doing what?

LEX LUTHOR:  We’re not opening with a wide-eyed layman’s description of the hotel room that makes me look unrelatable just to set up a dramatic twist wherein, lo and behold, you discover I’m surprisingly down-to-earth because I know the score of the last Metros game.

RON TROUPE:  Do you?

LEX LUTHOR:  Metros 102, Guardsmen 86.

RON TROUPE:  Weird. (it’s the correct “relatable” small talk, but coming out of him, it sounds less like a basketball score than a set of algebraic integers.)

LEX LUTHOR:  Which is why we’re not doing it.

RON TROUPE:  Would you say you’re a man who’s always gotten what he wants?

LEX LUTHOR:  Nice pivot. Here’s mine: What I want is to leave the planet in better shape for the next generation. To make the world and its children safer. I want it. And I bet you do too, Ron.

RON TROUPE:  You sound like someone running for political office.

LEX LUTHOR:  If that matches their rhetoric, then maybe I should pay more attention to the candidates; I might want to back a few of them. The world is changing faster than we anticipated; we’ve all seen it. More than ever, we need leaders who not only comprehend the new threats facing us, but who will seriously and thoughtfully address them.

RON TROUPE:  You’ve been very vocal about that. About the new superhuman threat.

LEX LUTHOR:  Well I don’t know where you got that term. I think to be a super human, one should begin by being, you know, from this planet.

RON TROUPE:  Bad choice of words?
LEX LUTHOR:  We should all be careful when we elevate anyone, human or alien, to “super” status.

RON TROUPE:  Because we’re all equal.

LEX LUTHOR:  Well that’s just absurd. No – I’m saying we need to be selective and elevate the right people. The right human people.

RON TROUPE:  And what are your thoughts on the Batman? He’s human. Presumably.

LEX LUTHOR:  Well, he is. In fact, I’d say he’s all too human. Any objective analyst will tell you that his brand of justice, vigilantism, is painfully outmoded, designed to be effective in an age when the law carried billy clubs because crime carried knives. The most dangerous guy on the street worked in the shadows because he was cowardly and superstitious. That’s all you needed to play upon in order to disrupt their operations. You want to clean up the streets? Dress up like the boogeyman, switch on a fog machine and lower your voice.

RON TROUPE:  When you put it that way, it sounds ridiculous.

LEX LUTHOR:  It didn’t when the Batman first appeared, but that was a long time ago. This is a new world, Ron, and it’s time to get serious.


LEX LUTHOR:  Look at it from the other side: today, there are more criminals than ever. If you’re a criminal, that means more competition. So if you’re going to survive in that economy, you have to be better; you have to edge out your rivals. Shouldn’t the same be true for those on the side of the law? If justice is going to survive in the new global paradigm, we have to get better, invest in new disruptive technologies, think outside Pandora’s Box. Who has the resources to do it? The government? No; the only thing holding that old purse together is a thick layer of impenetrable red tape. Vigilantes like the Batman? Not unless they have access to vast amounts of untold riches.

RON TROUPE:  Like you.

LEX LUTHOR:  I’m not a vigilante.

RON TROUPE:  Maybe not in the traditional sense. But you are investing a good deal of your personal wealth in the area of defense and specifically the kinds of disruptive technologies you just referenced, even as you’ve been turned down time and again for the kinds of government contracts that would make those investments profitable. One man working outside the government to clean up the streets? Sure sounds like—

LEX LUTHOR:  I’m going to stop you because your facts are as wrong as your characterization. If you want to understand me, understand this: I’m a businessman with long-term global investments; I would be in breach of my fiduciary responsibility if I didn’t work to protect the planet. I’m not just counting on humanity, I’m betting on it.


RON TROUPE:  Let’s go back. You mentioned the government. What role do they play in your “new global paradigm”?

LEX LUTHOR:  Last week, I would have given you a totally different answer.

RON TROUPE:  What changed?

LEX LUTHOR:  Let’s just say I ran into a wall. I’m not going to go into a lot of detail here. Suffice it to say the dangers we’ve been talking about are very real. And they’re not just limited to a couple of alien brawlers able to level tall buildings in a single bout. I’m ready to sit down with whatever task force the government has assembled — in the interest of sharing intelligence and building solutions together. If she… they… Argus… the government, whatever you want to call it, has a real interest in fighting for the future, they ought to work with those of us who are already on the front lines.

RON TROUPE:  I’m sorry, can we— what is Argus?

LEX LUTHOR:  What. Is. Argus. Spelled A.R.G.U.S.

(At first I think he’s asking me; then Luthor’s assistant hands him a phone and he reads off search results.)

LEX LUTHOR:  The name of five different warships – all sunken or broken up; a pheasant-like peafowl hunted for sport; an automobile that went extinct; Greek mythology’s favorite faithful mutt… LEX/OS lists seventeen hundred entries. I’d go on, but they’re all pretty much the same.

RON TROUPE:  That was fast.

LEX LUTHOR:  Point zero seven seconds. But we can save all that for the launch announcement; I don’t want to obscure my point: The new threats facing us are real. And they’re growing. It’s past time for a radical rethink of our rusted-out lines of defense. If I have a philosophy here, it’s this: You don’t solve a multiplication problem with division. Unite, or die. The public and the private sectors have to work together to create the next generation of defense technologies necessary to literally save the world. This is the future, and lone gunmen and caped crusaders aren’t worth the ink it takes to print their name in a footnote.

RON TROUPE:  Do you think that’s what your father would say?

LEX LUTHOR:  My father would say that offense wins games. But he’s dead and I say you’re only as good as your defense.

RON TROUPE:  This all sounds suspiciously like a manifesto.

LEX LUTHOR:  Ron. Guys with manifestos don’t bring bowling shoes to interviews. Do you roll? Come on. Right now. I will destroy you.

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RON TROUPE lives in Metropolis with his fiancée Lucy under a dangerously tall stack of fast food wrappers and old LexCorp business filings.

This story was produced by the WIRED Brand Lab in collaboration with Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
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Post by Rusty on 1/9/2016, 4:25 pm

New TV spot.

Supes puts the boot into the Batmobile Very Happy

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Post by WyldeMan on 1/13/2016, 4:45 pm

Secret ‘Batman v Superman’ Villain Joining Lex Luthor and Doomsday?
Warner Bros. shocked its DC fan base in revealing Doomsday at the end of the latest trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. However, director Zack Snyder teased a much bigger threat to be revealed. We still have a few months before the film hits theaters, but a new report claims to know exactly what this bigger threat is.


Beware of potential spoilers for Batman v Superman moving forward, but Latino Review reports that Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) and General Zod-turned-Doomsday (Michael Shannon) aren’t the only villains who will show their faces in the film. According to the site, this is not a rumor nor is it speculation — Bizarro will appear to help set up the events to come in Justice League: Part One. Latino Review has a great track record when it comes to superhero scoops, however, you should probably take this with a grain of salt or two for the time being.

That said, Birth.Movies.Death. writer Devin Faraci released another piece of information that doesn’t confirm Bizarro’s presence, but it doesn’t debunk it either. He tweeted “a MAJOR set piece” has been added to the film that was not in the version of the script he read, and it’s likely “a 4th act” piece:

In the comics, Bizarro is a clone of Superman who retains all of the Man of Steel’s abilities with none of his moral obligations. Lex Luthor was the man who brought the dark and twisted clone to life, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the same or a similar origin was used for Batman v Superman. As we’ve seen in the trailer, Luthor, upon realizing the Dark Knight (Ben Affleck) won’t destroy Superman (Henry Cavill) like he hoped, transmogrifies Zod’s corpse into Doomsday. Since scientists don’t typically rely on just one trial with experimentation, it wouldn’t be shocking to discover another failed attempt to clone Kryptonian DNA (i.e. Bizarro).

We’ll find out if this rumor proves true when the film hits theaters on March 25th. In the meantime, the February 1st episode of CBS’ Supergirl will feature a Bizarro story line of its own.
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OH SHIT! I feel like Superman is heavily underestimating Batman. He's thinking "He's only a guy in a Bat suit." He has no idea!
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Post by WyldeMan on 1/15/2016, 11:43 am

UltimateMarvel wrote:

OH SHIT! I feel like Superman is heavily underestimating Batman. He's thinking "He's only a guy in a Bat suit." He has no idea!

I'd be thinking more like "Stupid fucking insect" then I'd fly him into space and fling him into the god damned sun. But that's probably why I'm not Superman.
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Gotham looks great. Looks like Metropolis has been rebuilt too for the most part.
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Ace Chemicals is right out of the Arkham games Very Happy
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Tyger wrote:Ace Chemicals is right out of the Arkham games Very Happy

Ace Chemicals was from Joker's comic origins. Wasn't it Axis Chemicals in Burton's Batman?

I seem to remember The Animated Series showing Ace a few times too.
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I meant it looks exactly like it does in the games
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Tyger wrote:I meant it looks exactly like it does in the games

Ahhhh, ok makes more sense. I was like how can Tyger not know about that one, he's not Abe. Razz
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 2/9/2016, 11:17 am

Shut up Wylde!

Everything does look exactly like the Arkham games, even the Wayne Industries. It's very impressive, might be more accurate than Nolan's version. The only thing I didn't see was train tracks or I missed it.
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