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Justice League
#31
Danny Elfman has been hired to score "Justice League". Whether he will be composing a whole new score or just supplementing what Junkie XL had already composed before his departure appears to be uncertain at this point.

'Justice League': Danny Elfman to Compose Score (Exclusive) - The Hollywood Reporter

And just for fun, here's the "Justice League" trailer scored with some of Danny Elfman's music from "Batman".

Courage, men! we've not sunk before, and we'll not sink now!
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#32
New comic-con trailer dropped.




My favorite part is at 2:47 when Batfleck says "Superman was a beacon to the world. He didn't just save people, he made them see the best parts of themselves." NOTHING in the first DCEU movies have given the impression that Superman was that kind of symbol.
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#33
Oh, how bad do these last two Justice League trailers look.  They really do look like CGI fests all the way up.  More like videogames.  All I can really say is they are only trailers, after all.
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#34
"Quick make it look a Wonder Woman sequel, it's the only one people liked!" 

Big Grin
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#35
(07-22-2017, 03:33 PM)Nic Wrote:

My favorite part is at 2:47 when Batfleck says "Superman was a beacon to the world. He didn't just save people, he made them see the best parts of themselves." NOTHING in the first DCEU movies have given the impression that Superman was that kind of symbol.


Yeah, that made me chuckle.  This almost feels like a sequel to a different movie.  If they throw in a line about Batman having never killed anyone, and I might actually watch it.
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#36
(07-22-2017, 06:00 PM)matrixgrindhouse Wrote:

Yeah, that made me chuckle.  This almost feels like a sequel to a different movie.  If they throw in a line about Batman having never killed anyone, and I might actually watch it.


Or this line is in reference to just the League and how Superman's actions inspired them, i.e., Superman saving lives inspired Flash to use his speed for good, or seeing Superman's bravery on the oil rig was what caused Aquaman to send the whale to save his life.
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#37
I don't understand Snyder's insistence on these color grades. These last two movies have looked horribly artificial. Also, it seems as though all the Justice League needs to do is light up the sky 24hrs a day as it appears that bad guys only attack at night. Like BvS, I'll pass.
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#38
I don’t mean to lower the hype for today’s big release (Thanks and Congratulations, Adywan) but I had this thought crawling in my head following latest rumours: do you guys think Warner Brothers will release a “Zack Snyder Cut” of Justice League?
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#39
I feel very bad for Zach Synder. I agree that he was right to step down and take the time for himself and his family to emotionally heal.

I think that Joss Whedon is an excellent choice to bring this project to the finish line, although the reasons for him having to step in are very sad indeed.

MoS wasn't my cup of tea, and up until now, I haven't seen B v S because even the trailers didn't look appealing. But the new trailer for "Justice League" looks solid, so I'll probably watch this (and definitely see "Wonder Woman" and maybe even B v S just to follow the series).
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#40
You should watch BvS just to lead into Justice League, and I really, really recommend you watch Wonder Woman as it probably is (at least in my opinion) the best superhero film of the last 5 years with X-Men: Days of Future Past.
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