The way I'd make the DC films.

Discussion in 'DC Comics Films' started by Spider-Bat, Jan 28, 2008.

  1. Spider-Bat BATMAN

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    If I could make the DC movies I'd have done them this way.

    Batman Begins would have the same cast, except for Commissioner Loeb and Flass.

    Loeb would be the way his character is, an old white man. He'd have all those collectibles in his office. I always liked that, it was different. Gave him character.

    Flass would be the blonde in shape ex-Navy Seal that he is suppose to be.

    Tom Wilkinson would play Loeb. And James Brolin would play Falcone.
    Falcone would be more suave, not like the idiot thug they made him in BB. He should have more style, be more cool.

    Flass would be played by Brendan Frasier. My BB would be more like Year One. The main villians would be Falcone and The Scarecrow.
    Scarecrow would have his mad plan to poison Gotham.

    Crane would keep Falcone's thugs out of jail, and Falcone in return would assist keeping the heat off of Crane and his experiments, since they got him kicked out of Gotham University where he was once a professor.

    The origin would still be about the same just no Ras Al ghul. Bruce would be trained all over the world, he'd meet Ducard, played by Liam still, but he'd remain Ducard. After Ducard's death Bruce decides it's time to go home to Gotham.

    Movie'd be about the same, just a great villian like Ghul wouldn't be dumbed down just to throw in a twist ending.:whatever:

    The Dark Knight would feature The Joker, a mysterious villian with no identity, but who's skin is bleached white with blood red lips and dark green short hair, looking like he does as drawn by Neal Adams.
    Joker would be played by Adrien Brody.
    Joker has no ID but Batman and Gordon suspect he's a criminal who had taken a fall into a vat of chemicals a few months prior when cornered by Gotham Police in a robbery gone wrong. The man wasn't seen since he had worn a black ski mask with a red hood from his red jacket, covering his face.

    :brucebat:

    Superman, it would be titled Superman: The Man of Steel. It would be the origin, totally revamped. Based heavily on John byrne's MOS mini series.
    The Kents would be a tad younger and both very much alive and would feature Clark flying home to visit them.
    The costume would be made by Martha but from material that was in Kal-El's ship.

    Lex would be in the film, but not the main villian. He'd be the evil business man pulling the strings in the back ground. The main villian would be Brainiac. Something like the animated series episode, when Lex made first contact with Brainiac. The actor portraying Superman would be 30 years old, and with a big build. The suit would be faithful to the comics, something like a Dan Jurgens/Alex Ross type suit.

    Through the movies Lex woul progress as the villian, but not the main villian yet, part 2 would feature Metallo aided by Lex, Lex would be exposed at the end for providing the Kryptonite to Metallo and creating him, and then in part three he'd be the main villian. Green armor and all, something cool, all out for revenge using the Kryptonite tech that helped him with Metallo his suit would be stocked with all types of 'K' weaponry.

    The Green Lantern would be taken very seriously, it would be as big as Starwars. An intergalactic cop protecting his planet...Earth from the evil Sinestro, played by Hugo Weaving.
     
  2. Jonathan Chase Registered

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    I like your ideas, apart from I wouldn't go for James Brolin as Falcone. The man hasn't had a career in decades, and rightfully so. He's a horrible actor, in my opinion. I'd go for Johnny Depp as the Joker myself, but there's no way he'd do it out of "loyalty" to Burton. Your ideas for Superman are very similar, if not identical, to my own, :csad:. Don't know enough about Green Lantern.
     

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