@sp4rt4n said:What WB/DC needs is it's own Kevin Feige. And no, I'm not talking about Geoff Johns. I think the main problem WB/DC is having are people comparing their movies with Disney/Marvel. Hype built the machine that is the Marvel cinematic universe. When people walked into theaters for Ironman we got a glimpse of Cap's shield and Nick Fury talking about the Avengers Initiative at the end. With Thor you had Hawkeye making a cameo and SHIELD becoming even more prominent. NOTHING was set in stone, and people couldn't wait to see what happened next. WB was bold and announced their entire line up through 2020, which is what I think hurt them but also made the competition take a few gambles. If Dr. Strange, Capt. Marvel, and Black Panther manage to wow the masses without the build up all the other Avengers characters had I'd be surprised. Black Panther has the connection to the Avengers going into his solo film, but Capt. Marvel and Strange not so much.I also believe that when Marvel loses a few actors to age, money issues, or contracts we'll also see a shift in how their films are recieved. Ironman 2 and 3, Thor Dark World, the Incredible Hulk, and Avengers AoU seem to be the ones most people pick at [even though I LOVED Ed Norton as Banner, his film didn't do much better than Eric Bana's]. The only movies I think that really nailed it all around are GotG, Avengers, Winter Soldier, and Civil War. Eventually DC will hit their mark, but they need the right people in the right places to make it happen. I'd personally take a different route altogether and base films on Batman Beyond, the Justice Society, and rather than the Suicide Squad make a movie about the Flash's Rogues. Quit worrying about tying everything together and just make good movies. Throw in bits to build hype for the future and see what happens.I enjoyed B v S but it had it's flaws. I'm sure I'll feel the same way about SS. I think WB/DC's game changer will be Shazam. And it only makes sense because it's being done by a different studio IIRC.Antman was pretty awesome if you ask me.