While fans are hoping that Zack Snyder's Justice League will be a hit on HBO Max, it appears Warner Bros. views it as a one-time deal, and not a project that's actually going to lead to future stories...
I think Warner Bros DC has lacked focus from the very onset when they created their Justice Universe.
In my eyes their standalone movies are pretty decent with the Dark Knight Trilogy and The Man of Steel being my favorites.
They really messed things up with then tried to bring the different characters into the multi-character movies. This is where MCU movies grew from strength to strength.
Warner Bros DC should have given each of their characters to grow first in 2-3 stand a long movies and then added more story cross overs including appearances of the other super hero's in each others movies to set things up.
DC's Joker was pretty good and the new Batman looks good too but from my understanding, these are just their own movies.
As it stands, I don't think any superhero movie saga will ever beat the 23 movies that came out of the MCU.
Out promoting his appearance in one of the earliest studio releases of the year, John Lee Hancock’s “The Little Things,” actor Jared Leto recently spoke about other projects he has coming out this year. It has been rumoured he will reprise his role of The Joker from “Suicide Squad” in Zack...
I'm curious to see it and expect a significant improvement on the original version. But let's not expect a good movie, people.
I just watched BvS Snyder Cut again and while I like aspects of it and respect its ambition, its still an unholy mess; nonsensical character motivations and so agonisingly pretentious, pompous and self-important. I expect JL:SC to be more of the same.
I'm now realising that the 'best' DCEU films are either Man of Steel or Wonder Woman, which demonstrates how mediocre the entire franchise is.