Both Marvel and DC are good with their chosen endeavors, as both companies are working on films that are based on their famous comic book series. Comparisons made between Marvel and DC are constant and foreseeable. This is inevitable as Marvel Cinematic Universe and DC Extender Universe are extremely successful at the box office.Read On!
Both are known for producing highly profitable films like “The Avengers,” “Iron Man,” “Batman Returns” and “Man of Steel.” However, many have wished that the comparisons between Marvel and DC should be stopped. “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice” showrunner Charles Roven has mentioned about it and stressed during his talks with the Collider, as reported by Newsrama.
Currently, there’s lots of things going on with Roven, thanks to the impending DC Universe’s commencement on cinema screens. The innovative collaboration of DC and Warner Bros has drawn together a league of experts comprises Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, John Berg (Executive Vice President of Warner Bros), Geoff Johns (DC Comics Chief Creative Officer), and this team is overseeing seven comic book films between now, along with Justice League Part Two, possibly, in 2019.
Roven also discussed details of what fans should be expecting from the future Justice League related films such as Flash and Aquaman.
Charles Roven made an impression in his statement about the difference and changes in the future characters should Flash movie and Aquaman will finally witness after the Justice League 1. Characters need to evolve from Justice League 1, just like the case of Wonder Woman – developed from a character in Batman v Superman.
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” premieres on March 25, 2016, followed by “Suicide Squad” on August 5, 2016.
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