you are so impatient ...it takes more than 2 months to create the beauty shots.
when my boss gives me a single task I always response: no, problem ...this will be finished in 3 months.
I liked the Shazam movie, I think it was quite decent. But I can't agree with you. Saying "the direction DC and WB are taking", what direction exactly? Funny movies with weird jokes? This is working for Shazam, because that's the whole point: a teenager inside a Superman like body. And even then, some jokes are just stupid and not funny, like the part in the final act, with bad the guy flying and speaking too far away from Shazam who can't hear him. That's like telling to the viewer "see we are a superhero movie but we joke about superhero movies because they are stupid". This tone would not work with Batman, Superman, or even the Flash. We kinda saw it in Justice League. Yes the Flash can be a funny guy, but it really depends on the situation. For example, the next movie Flashpoint, WB hired the Spiderman Homecoming writers to have something funny, and Ezra Miller is more than likely going to be fired because he said he wanted a darker Flashpoint closer to the comics. The comics is about Barry Allen going back in time, messing with the whole universe ending up creating a World War. Why would you want this kind of situation to be funny, I really don't understand Warner. They just want to follow the Disney/Marvel formula, but it can't really work with DC heroes. I mean even in animated movies, or the 90s Justice League animated series, the heroes never or rarely joke when the situation is serious.Shazam! Absolutely loved watching this at the cinemas, what a blast Another great DC film and the second from the Conjuring boys bringing their own tone and talent to the DCEU, really loving this direction DC and WB are taking. Next up Joker
WB is planning to “de-emphasise” the DCEU across their films and make it more about Director Driven DC character/s Films and their Universes (for eg. The Bat Family / “Gothamverse”) that technically live within the same DCEU. So each film will have its own tone one that best suits the character/s where the Director can then bring their own talents and style to the film aswell. Take for example Sandberg he was able to bring his Horror Talents to Shazam! and blend it in with the character tone of Shazam! Patty Jenkins had a good percentage of creative freedom with Wonder Woman and Wan brought his talents to Aquaman while staying mostly comic accurate. Which is great to see as Warner are learning from their mistakes and giving more faith and trust in their directors.Saying "the direction DC and WB are taking", what direction exactly?