Discussion in 'DC Comics Films' started by DaCage, Oct 14, 2013.
Megan Gale certainly looked the part.
From 2kt09. Specifically, the post you were quoting when I quoted you.
You can't see the (really bad) Bat-costume concept art that 2kt09 posted?
Honestly the casting wasnt even bad. Armie wouldve been fine.
And the script is good. It wouldve been 100x better than what we got.
The only problem I had with the casting was Baruchel as Max which was just...yeah. Lord is supposed to ooze charisma and charm. Baruchel's made his entire career playing awkward nerds.
It's been a while since I've read the script, but I don't remember anything about Bruce having a broken back ala Kingdom Come.
EDIT: Some more concept art in addition to what I posted earlier.
EDIT 2: Decided to put in the captions and interesting comments.
Page 60 or it's after all that OMAC beating & does explain why Hammer said his suit has all this tech.
Nope. The posts are completely blank to me, for some reason.
And reading through the comments in one of Hatton's IG links, he said this...
Weird. Tried again for you...
Yeah I can agree with that one, kind of felt like a strange choice but who knows he may have brought it. I honestly wish this film had been made I truly think it would have been hugely successful.
Was just about to post in here.
It's weird how this could have just been a onesie, but for some reason he's still wearing briefs & boots.
that looks like a bad manip.
If these were posted before, mb. Just now found them from the same site, but dates back a week.
Why was Flash wearing black? And I assume Yelchin was supposed to be Wally?
They were all going to be wearing black variations of their costumes at the beginning, for a funeral of one of the team.
Wally suits up at the end according to the script.
I completely disagree. I felt like the dialogue was extremely mediocre, and the overall story left a lot to be desired.
That's not to say that I was much happier with how Justice League turned out, but I thought that the base story was better served as an intro. The Tower of Babel type stuff would make for a strong sequel imo.
George Miller or not, these designs are horrific.
People really need to stop getting caught up in pre production art like its a basis for whether something would have been good or not.
What? Are you saying concept art and costume fittings aren't the finished product!?
This movie looks like it was shaping up to be the absolute bomb.