The #SnyderCut of Justice League of course is happening and the more I hear about it, the more it sounds like some couch potato’s idea of a good superhero movie. Zack Snyder is teasing an F-Bomb from Batman, an R-rating for its violence (the extended edition of Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice was R-rated too), and yeah, he wants it to release in theaters at the same time as it releases on HBO Max.
Like anyone’s really going to go watch The #SnyderCut for 4 hours in theaters. Is this guy serious?
We’ll see how this movie turns out but yeah…this whole #SnyderCut thing feels like it’s turning into more of a joke every passing day.
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So, during last week’s Disney’s Investor Day, there were some welcome announcements. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was one of those pieces of entertainment that was further elaborated upon and the surprises were definitely there.
Of course, there was the obvious; Benedict Wong and Chiwetel Eijofor would be reprising their roles as Wong and Mordo, Elizabeth Olsen would be in the film for some reason (most likely as a secondary or the primary antagonist) but there was the unexpected.
In Doctor Strange, McAdams played Strange’s love interest, Christine Palmer and while I understood that she was designed to be in the movie solely to be a love interest I felt that she was very boring in the film. Like Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster, she brought nothing to the story and honestly, I was very much hoping she wouldn’t return for the sequel.
Well, she’s back and I’m not quite sure how I feel about it. It seemed like she had pretty much ended her relationship with Stephen Strange but somehow she’s going to play a part in this show. There’s a comic storyline where she plays a superhero called Night Nurse or something like that so maybe they could incorporate that into her story.
I don’t know. They just need to make her more interesting.