MCU to DCEU: Lighten up and stop trying to appeal to the fanboys and start trying to appeal to the masses. Tone it down on shoehorning characters, spread things out a bit. Attempting to rush everything in one movie would make it messy(I liked it, but still). Fire Zack Snyder.
DCEU to MCU: Make the villains feel more threatening, raise the stakes for the heroes so it feels like they are actually in danger. Tone the humour down on certain movies when there is a world-threatening event going on, it makes the characters look ooc.
So we got Henry Calvin as Superman, Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as wonder woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman so far, who would you cast to be their evil doppelgangers in the DCCU??? (Ultraman, Owlman, Superwoman and Sea King)
You know, the tone in this pic actually makes them look like the crime syndicate...
“He can do a whole host of things, eventually,” Feige told the magazine. “He does cast spells, which in the comics have very sort of tongue-twisty fun names. We don’t want to shy away from that, because that’s what makes Doctor Strange Doctor Strange. He has a Cloak of Levitation that allows him to fly, but he doesn’t fly like Superman or like Thor. It’s almost got a consciousness of its own, this cloak, which, again, gives us a superhero with a red cape — which we’ve seen a few times — but allows us to do it in a wholly unique and wholly original way. He can create these mandalas of light that he can use as shields and he can use as sort of weapons. He can create portalas that will open before your eyes that he can step through and go to other places around the world. And frankly, even in this film, we’ll only touch upon what a lot of his powers are.”
This is all I've heard.
Read more at http://www.comingsoon.net/movies/news/643829-kevin-feige-on-the-doctor-strange-powers-in-the-
Ooh, that's nice. I'd like to see what magic looks like in the MCU then :)
@larryashlynn: Like you say though it's not as if they don't have magic. If 'magic' suddenly appeared in our reality it would be studied as a science - if it's a thing that exists in the Universe then it must have an cause.
And Marvel has the light-hearted fun thing covered so why would you want DC to be the same? Wouldn't you prefer variety?
I like the darker tone DC has, but sometimes it gets so dark that I have to sit back and go :O
It's cool, though I'd like to see DC lighten up and Marvel get a bit more serious for a change(hopefully we'll see that in CW), just to do something different with the characters.