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Old 03-06-2016, 04:32 PM   #701
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Zack Snyder is to be feared. Don't fear the director who NEEDS a crapton of dialog to explain everything. Fear the director who can summarize his whole story in an image.



The difference between Superman and Batman, in one still.

I could write an essay on it, but I think the image speaks for itself.

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How good was Ultron supposed to be actually? He did seem less threatening than Loki.
Loki's a great character, but he never was threatening. Ultron's a bit more threatening, but still not much either.

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Black Widow?
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Both of those had plenty of moments to shine before, Black Widow successfuly taking information from two different bad guys and interacting with almost every single main character. While Hulk had an entire film before Avengers focused on his past and humanity, while Avengers did a great job at making him one of the most popular heroes again.

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Zack Snyder is to be feared. Don't fear the director who NEEDS a crapton of dialog to explain everything. Fear the director who can summarize his whole story in an image.



The difference between Superman and Batman, in one still.

I could write an essay on it, but I think the image speaks for itself.
I'm afraid of Snyder possibly making a sh**ty movie with my favourite characters. Beyond that...

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Anyone remember the interview- either written or video or audio- where Snyder refers to the fans / press generally being respectful with Star Wars spoilers... and hoping- but not expecting- something similar being extended to BvS? It's not the MTV interview, Star Wars is specifically mentioned....

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Anyone remember the interview- either written or video or audio- where Snyder refers to the fans / press generally being respectful with Star Wars spoilers... and hoping- but not expecting- something similar being extended to BvS? It's not the MTV interview, Star Wars is specifically mentioned....
It's referenced here as being from a MTV interview: http://www.ew.com/article/2016/01/07...nyder-spoilers

Here: http://www.mtv.com/news/2723174/zack...rman-spoilers/

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Thanks, but I mentioned it wasn't the MTV interview, haha.

I found it eventually with some digging:

https://youtu.be/kAwKkI8L_6E?t=15m36s

Snyder: [regarding spoilers] I mean at this point, it's like, when I see- this is the truth- when I see a fan, now, "Okay enough spoilers already, stop. Now we know Doomsday? Enough already! Stop!" I'm like, "Quit watching the Internet then!" If you don't want to like...

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I don't know how you make these films with such anticipation knowing that the internet can spoil it for you. That's gotta be tough.

Snyder: You know what? I mean, I think that one thing that's been amazing- if you look at Star Wars- you know I feel like there's been a lot of cinematic respect to that movie with regards to what happens in the film as far as spoilers go. When I saw it and I was pretty up on what was happening with the film- you know I was kind of into it because I'm a little bit of a dork- I didn't know... no one had said anything... and I hope that people can control themselves after seeing my film... and not just run immediately to Facebook and... "OH MY GOD! THIS HAPPENED!" You know? You know, what are you going to do?

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Thanks, but I mentioned it wasn't the MTV interview, haha.

I found it eventually with some digging:

https://youtu.be/kAwKkI8L_6E?t=15m36s

Snyder: [regarding spoilers] I mean at this point, it's like, when I see- this is the truth- when I see a fan, now, "Okay enough spoilers already, stop. Now we know Doomsday? Enough already! Stop!" I'm like, "Quit watching the Internet then!" If you don't want to like...

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I don't know how you make these films with such anticipation knowing that the internet can spoil it for you. That's gotta be tough.

Snyder: You know what? I mean, I think that one thing that's been amazing- if you look at Star Wars- you know I feel like there's been a lot of cinematic respect to that movie with regards to what happens in the film as far as spoilers go. When I saw it and I was pretty up on what was happening with the film- you know I was kind of into it because I'm a little bit of a dork- I didn't know... no one had said anything... and I hope that people can control themselves after seeing my film... and not just run immediately to Facebook and... "OH MY GOD! THIS HAPPENED!" You know? You know, what are you going to do?
But. With Star Wars, the whole plot from start to finish leaked online.

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But. With Star Wars, the whole plot from start to finish leaked online.
Yeah but most people left it alone because it has a lot more to do with the age of people who were respecting Star Wars (think 35-45 year old who grew up with it).

Batman and Superman is an all ages property and there are people out there that would spoil it in a minute to get their 2 minutes of name splashed around the web.

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^ Star Wars isn't an all ages property?

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^ Star Wars isn't an all ages property?
Oh it is. No doubt. I've sat in a room with my Brother in law (28) his father (about 60 I think) and my nephew (1) and I (20) and we all were still in awe of Star Wars

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Oh it is. No doubt. I've sat in a room with my Brother in law (28) his father (about 60 I think) and my nephew (1) and I (20) and we all were still in awe of Star Wars
That's because it may well be the most obviously all ages property of all time.

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That's because it may well be the most obviously all ages property of all time.
I do find it an interesting observation that there were people touting mos as somehow not being 'for kids' yet it was no more 'adult' than the likes of star wars. From the mass deaths to the killing and heroes killing and all that good stuff.

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I do find it an interesting observation that there were people touting mos as somehow not being 'for kids' yet it was no more 'adult' than the likes of star wars. From the mass deaths to the killing and heroes killing and all that good stuff.
In MoS Superman saves our planet and its inhabitants. In TFA five entire planets and their populations are annihilated. Oddly enough, though, I can see how youngsters could feel more visceral tension and anxiety about Superman saving the world, than the way that we see entire planets ripped to shreds almost casually as a plot device in TFA. And by how graphically and real-feeling the World Engine pulverizes portions of Metropolis with its gravitational pulses. The scene with Daily Planet intern Jenny is also pretty intense.


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MoS's is a lot more "hardcore" with its destruction than SW, but I can't imagine children being scared or anything of either.

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Judging what's truly scary for a kid is really hard for someone like me; there's still plenty of old rated G movies from the Golden Age and renaissance of animation that I remember giving me the heebie-Jeebies as a kid, and there's plenty of PG-13 movies that feel like I could have watched them at 5 or 6 and been fine.

But that's just me.

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In MoS Superman saves our planet and its inhabitants. In TFA five entire planets and their populations are annihilated. Oddly enough, though, I can see how youngsters could feel more visceral tension and anxiety about Superman saving the world, than the way that we see entire planets ripped to shreds almost casually as a plot device in TFA. And by how graphically and real-feeling the World Engine pulverizes portions of Metropolis with its gravitational pulses. The scene with Daily Planet intern Jenny is also pretty intense.
intensity in anxiety?
That can't be the distinction people are looking to when they say this mos wasn't all ages. For example movies like Jurassic Park(original) are a master class in this very thing but the idea that it's not all ages doesn't enter the discussion. Robocop one however...
No it's gotta be something else these people are pointing to. Not so much 'kids' thinking bad things are going to happen.

Netflix DareDevil seems not all ages, deadpool...


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Yeah, I honestly have no idea how the ratings committee comes up with its criteria. Just throwing out guesses on the fly.

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Yeah, I honestly have no idea how the ratings committee comes up with its criteria. Just throwing out guesses on the fly.
I suppose, however I'm speaking more about people here.

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7 incredible Zack Snyder trailers and extraordinarily they are all films that Snyder ever directed to date, the other two were just video docu:

Dawn of the Dead (2004)

300 (2006)

Watchmen (2009)

Legend of the Guardians (2010)

Sucker Punch (2011)

Man of Steel (2013)

Batman v Superman (2016)

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Zack Snyder is sweating. It has nothing to do with the enormous stakes riding on Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice following Warner Bros.' lackluster 2015. There's simply no air-conditioning running on this hot February afternoon in the open-space loft office in Burbank that he shares with his wife and producing partner, Deborah Snyder. Just a few feet away from Zack's desk is a complete gym that the buff, tattooed director uses throughout the day when he's not on set (the equally toned Deb prefers yoga classes off-site).
Admittedly, the pair, who together run the six-employee Cruel & Unusual Films, has found little time to exercise in the run-up to the March 25 release of Batman v. Superman, which Zack, 50, directed and Deb, 46, produced. As the keepers of the DC universe, they have a Wonder Woman spinoff in production and start filming Justice League in April in London (Zack is directing the latter as well as the 2019 sequel). The couple also is producing an Aquaman spinoff and are executive producing Suicide Squad (out Aug. 8) as well as Flash, Green Lantern and Cyborg spinoffs. They already were deeply enmeshed in Warner Bros.' DC vortex given that Zack directed and Deb produced 2013's Man of Steel and 2009's Watchmen. But all eyes are on the $250 million Batman v. Superman, which will relaunch the Batman franchise after Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy and usher in Warner Bros.' new DC era. The Snyders, who first met when Deb hired Zack to direct a Reebok commercial for the 1996 Olympics, are familiar with chaos. Together, they are raising eight children ages 3 to 22 — four from Zack's previous marriage and two from his previous relationship — as well as two labs that they bring on location.
The duo sat down with THR to discuss why the PG-13 Batman v. Superman will get an R-rated DVD (no, nothing to do with Deadpool), how DC/Marvel comparisons are like pit*ting Downton Abbey against Mr. Selfridge and criticism that the movie's tone is too serious.


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Does it worry you when a movie like
Deadpool breaks the comic book movie mold and does so well?
ZACK It doesn't worry us because that's what we do every time, so I think that I'm excited that a movie like that could do so well. Look at a movie like Chris Nolan's Dark Knight. That's a $500 million domestic movie. It's about the way the movie's made. No one goes to a movie and generalizes it in such a giant way that the movies are being generalized now. You could say Dark Knight is too serious. But it's a great movie. A lot of the early stuff on Deadpool, everyone was like, "Oh, it's too silly" or "too violent." But apparently, that was the valve that needed to be turned and released. That's encouraging to me because I love the idea that the individual filmmaker point of view is the thing that people want.

What was the mindset behind the film being PG-13 in theaters but R-rated on DVD?


DEB
Online, everyone's like, "Oh, they're doing an R-rated in reaction to Deadpool," and you're like (laughing), "We didn't just shoot it last week, and we also didn't edit it last week."

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The why of that is [the DVD version] is a half-hour longer, and some of that additional material is some of the stuff we took out for the rating. I was like, "Cool, I can put it back in for the director's cut." There was nothing by design. This was the material I just put back in, and then when [the MPAA] looked at it again, they were like, "Oh, now the movie's rated R." And, by the way, it's not a hard R. There's no nudity. There's a little bit of violence. It just tips the scale.


What's the Warner Bros. philosophy in handling the DC cinematic universe?

DEB
Zack and [DC chief creative officer] Geoff Johns have outlined a timeline of where everybody is based off of, where our characters go in Justice League. So there's a framework. But it's filmmaker-driven, in that we want to hire direc*tors who still have a point of view and that have latitude because we don't want all the movies to feel the same. David Ayer has a certain tone and feel to what he brought to Suicide Squad, as does Patty [Jenkins] to Wonder Woman. They have freedom to tell their story in the way that it needs to be told.

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Batman v. Superman was always a step*pingstone for Justice League, and it was a way to bring the worlds together without being too jarring. Once you say Batman and Superman exist in the same universe, you're also saying that Wonder Woman can exist in that world and Flash and Cyborg and Aquaman. Our philosophy, though, is it's filmmaker-driven. A lot of it comes from the idea of "do unto others." How would I feel if I was told, "Listen, this is your movie, but shoot it like we say"? It's not fun and cool, and I don't think you get the best work from everybody. To understand that, there is a bigger storyline, and let's all support that and not blow up the entire universe because you have an idea that you think is awesome but doesn't make sense with the bigger thing.

Why are you producing some of the DC movies and executive producing others?


DEB
We just can't physically be everywhere. It's hard enough that Wonder Woman is shooting and we've been finishing [Batman v. Superman], so [producer] Chuck Roven is over there. We're prepping Justice League [to begin production in April]. But on all the DC movies, we look at dailies and any budget calls and cost reports, and we're involved in every step of the way with any decision-making, casting.

Was there ever a mandate for a universal tone for all the movies?


ZACK
The mandate is that we try and make the best movies we can. If you're making a Flash movie with Ezra Miller, it's like millennial Flash. It's going to be a little lighter than making a World War I epic with this feminist icon like Wonder Woman. The films do live in a united universe. I feel like the danger is — and I think that the studio would acknowledge this — when you start to mimic things like tone. Then, when you go to the movie, you pretty much know the experience you're going to have.
DEB Then it loses a point of view and starts to feel like it's made by a committee.


Fair or unfair, there's always the comparison
between DC and Marvel. Does that annoy you?

ZACK
No. You have these two giant comic book powers, and it would make sense that they would in some ways be compared to each other. It's like comparing Downton Abbey and Mr. Selfridge. Like Star Wars and Star Trek. Those are things that you could compare, but no one ever does. Those [DC versus Marvel] conversations are fun for the Internet. But in truth, it represents such a small group of people who are actually versed in the difference between DC and Marvel. The average moviegoer doesn’t know. Like my dad would be, “Is Spider-Man ever going to be in any of your films?”

Warner Bros. needs this film to be a giant hit. How much pressure are you feeling?


ZACK
There’s pressure, but it’s different if you’re in a traditional business where markets can be shaped. When you make a movie, there’s no rules. There’s no way other than your instincts. For me, it’s like you feel the pressure, but it’s pressure you can’t do anything about.

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I think there’s an added pressure because of the characters. They have such a rich history. I felt a personal responsibility to get Wonder Woman right. We’re seeing her for the first time [in film]. She’s such a symbol of women’s roles. She’ll be 75 years old this year, and in every decade she’s existed, she has reflected women of the times. I think it’s only fitting that now, especially with a lot of talk about gender equality, that she really has her rightful place on the silver screen.

Box office-wise, what's the number that makes Warner Bros. happy?


ZACK
I don't know. The more people see it, the better. The business is very important to us, and in the end, it is a business. But we deal with the nitty-gritty. You know, that third extra should have black socks on, not white socks. This cut*lery should be less shiny. That sort of minutia are the things we can control. [But] pop cul*ture is a liquid and amorphous thing that's hard to judge and/or predict. You try and just sup*ply all the things that I get excited about as a movie fan, comic book fan, fan of drama. If we've done our jobs, then the pressure is a little bit less because it becomes about the storm outside these walls and how it gobbles it up or rejects it.


Who else is part of the DC brain trust?

ZACK
Chuck, our partner.

DEB
Richard Suckle is producing some of these. On our end, Wesley Coller is an executive producer who works on all the things that we work on. He’s part of our inner family. Geoff Johns is just super valuable, and I think Zack and Geoff really have worked out a lot of the creative ideas as to where the characters are going. Geoff [ensures] we’re doing things that are true to the canon because he knows everything about these characters. And Jon Berg is our executive on all the films, and then obviously Greg [Silverman] was our executive when we first came to Warner Bros., so we’ve always worked with Greg.

Given all your involvements, do you have time to develop anything outside of this?


ZACK
We have The Last Photograph that I've been working on for a long time. It's a small, sort of weird project about a war photogra*pher in Afghanistan. I have been working on The Fountainhead. I've always felt like The Fountainhead was such a thesis on the creative process and what it is to create something. Warner Bros. owns [Ayn Rand’s] script and I’ve just been working on that a little bit.

There were rumors that you locked
Batman v. Superman five months ago but then edited it based on feedback of the second trailer. Is that true?

DEB
No. When we had a locked picture, we didn't change anything. We've been working on the 3D. We did the 3D conversion after the movie was done.

How do you respond to the criticism that the film is too serious?


ZACK
I would go back to the Dark Knight argument and say, “Is that a bad thing? What does that mean?” By the way, the most serious movies I’ve made in the past always have irony in them. I just gave it the weight that it deserves as far as the mythological conformation. But it’s still a guy in a red and blue suit fighting a guy in a black suit. I mean, they’re in costumes. The movie is fun, and Batman fights Superman. If you can’t have fun there, then something’s kind of wrong with you.

Directors used to sleep with their leading lady. Now it seems like every successful director is married to his producing partner. Thoughts on this shift?


ZACK
The old Hollywood version was incred*ibly sexist, a romanticized Vincent van Gogh version of the muse. And then the grown-up version has come all the way around to Debbie going, "Listen, these are the things you need to get done to make our machine work." The muse becomes the chairman of the board in a weird way. Debbie keeps me sane. If I was single, I would just live at the stage and then go to the gym and sleep.

DEB
We try to keep it as normal as possible and the same as home. And not only do we have each other, but we also travel now with this community, these people that have been with us for most of our movies.

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What is with this question?

"Directors used to sleep with their leading lady. Now it seems like every successful director is married to his producing partner. Thoughts on this shift?"

Leave off the first sentence and the last word and it still addresses the same thing without offensive connotation. Zack and Deb handled it perfectly but it's a weird way to end an interview, "Explain to me how you didn't manipulate your wife into sleeping with you in the misogynistic power structure of old Hollywood."

What?!

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The MORE I learn how films are MADE, the more I like Zack Snyder. He's a true artist (and an unappreciated one at that)

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Well I'm hearing a lot of Speculation on Snyder's future at WB after these unfortunatley not good looking initial reviews. So why not discuss it here?

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I got to say as a person who saw the early screening I'm surprised it's getting these kinds of initial reviews. Don't know how reviews will trend from here on out.

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It's ashamed the critic only want the same formulated movies like Marvel for only CBM. They will not except anything different. Looks like George Miller is going to direct JL and Zack as Producer. It's the only right move to get Critics off DC movie. It seems they have a thing against Zack.

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