Justice League Vs. The Avengers: Which Is Better?

Justice League Vs. The Avengers: Which Is Better?

While some hardcore DC movie fans insist that Warner Bros. should continue to make dark and gritty superhero movies, at least one of the franchise's actors is embracing the opportunity to return to a more traditional depiction of his character. However, DC is looking forward to 2018 and 2019 with a new lineup of superhero movies inspired by DC comics. Of course, Marvel too has a huge list of movies expected to be released in next few years, but MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) has already realised its full potential and we are yet to see a fully fleshed out DC universe. With Justice League suffering critical derision and underperforming at the box office, the DCEU has got to be on the ropes. The protector of Atlantis will hit the big screen with his own DC film starring Jason Momoa.

We don't know much about the plot, or how this new look might figure into it, but we do know that the solo outing finds Aquaman torn between his undersea kingdom and life on land, with tension building between Atlanteans wanting to invade the surface and pollution affecting life in the deep.

During an interview with The Herald Sun, Momoa said he is excited for "Aquaman" and that "Justice League" is just the beginning.

Justice League Vs. The Avengers: Which Is Better?
Justice League Vs. The Avengers: Which Is Better?

Oddly, as the Justice League goes about protecting the planet from some silly intergalactic baddie called Steppenwolf, they treat their mission like it's a job.

One of the most exciting upcoming DC movies, Shazam is based on the superhero of the same name. David F. Sandberg, known for his horror movies, is directing the film that is slated to be released on April 5, 2019. And it's Wonder Woman, she's like, 'No, thank you.' She's such a lady, you know! DC's "Wonder Woman 2" will premiere on November 1, 2019. The character received a lot of criticism for destroying a city and ultimately snapping General Zod's neck in Man of Steel, and for his generally unpleasant demeanor in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a movie in which he seems to again reject the core tenants of the character as we know him from older movies and the comics.

With Joss Whedon joining Justice League's production late in the day, it's interesting that this eventually pits the director partially against himself, having also directed The Avengers, albeit working under decidedly more urgent circumstances in his new movie.

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