Makes member nervous for James Wan now, from what Inhear he has some pretty fantastical ideas and vision for Aquaman. I wonder if the direction WB's wants with the DCEU is a more "manufactured" or "safe" for a lack of a better term movie-verse? I do like the fact Warners seems to be listening to fans/critics and is trying to course correct with their product, but I'm concerned the direction they may be headed takes away TOO much from the directors separate artistic vision for these characters. The DCEU was suppose to be a giant sandbox for the different directors to play in and add something they bring to the table within the confines of a shared movie-verse, but after what's transpired over the past few years it seem like instead of a sandbox they're headed towards an assembly line
I'm not a fan of his or anything, but this still isn't good news. What the DCEU needs is stability. They're making good money and they've got a nice fan base (I thought MoS and SS were great, with BvS being flawed but enjoyable) but they don't have that same assurance of a good product that Marvel does. Stuff like creative differences and Studio conflicts is exactly what drug down parts of BvS and Suicide Squad. They've gotta get out a complete, stable movie.
I'm less concerned about him leaving and more about why. I hope WB isn't doing MORE course correction.
Since BvS they wanna add 20% more humor into all other movies. Maybe they wanted even more jokes in what was most likely already full of them since it was written by the Lord and Miller
@the_stegman: I hope so. I mean Flash has lost it's second director at this point which is kinda crazy, thank god Patty finished Wondy already or she might've got whacked too. After the sh!t they pulled with Ayers Suicide Squad and now this, I wouldn't put anything past them.
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