The Flash movie has long been rumored to move away from Snyder’s influence, but its depiction of Batman encompasses Snyder’s controversial elements.
Despite repeated claims that The flash The film would steer the DCEU away from Zack Snyder’s DCEU canon controversy. Ben Affleck’s Batman is going to adopt one of the more controversial elements of Snyder’s Batman. When Snyder first cast Affleck as Bruce Wayne to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, there was a severe backlash, but Affleck’s portrayal of the Dark Knight ended up being one of the film’s most praised elements, outside of a few key complaints that many viewed as either a misunderstanding or outright betrayal of the world’s greatest Detective. .
Zack Snyder’s DC movies were popular, drawing large (but noticeably less than expected) numbers at the box office, but the criticism and reception were polarizing, to put it lightly. Snyder’s approach to superheroes didn’t match Marvel’s alluring four-quadrant popcorn blockbusters, and frustration with Snyder’s approach is ultimately a key factor in the director’s departure from League of Justiceand the reason why Warner Bros. the Avengers Director Joss Whedon to replace him. Despite these attempts to distance himself from Snyder, persistent demands for the release of the Snyder Cut ultimately resulted in Zack Snyder’s Justice League coming to HBO Max, and now there are signs of the director’s continued influence on future DC movies.
After repeated claims that he was done with the role, Ben Affleck’s Batman returns to the DCEU with The flashand recent photos show Affleck’s stuntman on a motorcycle and, like the Batmobile in the Snyder films, the motorcycle is equipped with machine guns and heavy artillery. Of course, it should be mentioned that almost all live-action Batmobiles have had weapons, and most of them have been used with lethal force.The big difference is Snyder’s take on violence is that it should not be taken lightly and he he said it. it shouldn’t be glorified by making them nice or “kid-safe.” This is a key factor as to why his version of Batman shows how his actions result in the death of criminals, sparking much debate to this day as to whether or not Batman should kill.
Of course, the easy answer is that an ideal version of Batman shouldn’t kill, but Batman in Batman v superman he was not presented as an idealized version of the character. His entire arc focused on the fact that he had fallen from his ideals, adopting “new rules,” and it took Superman’s sacrifice to remind him of what it really means to be a hero. Regardless, the fact of the matter is that any realistic depiction of heroes like Batman means that even if you try to avoid it at all costs, your actions will at least occasionally result in accidental death, and criminals will sometimes force you to make the decision to kill. or be killed, or allow the death of an innocent. In the Snyder movies, Batman is unwilling to let an aversion to killing stop him from saving the life of Martha or anyone else.
We don’t know what the future holds for Affleck’s Batman or what his role is in The flash movie, so it’s quite possible that he and his more violent methods will be phased out due to Barry making changes to the timeline, but regardless of Batman’s future in the DCEU, it’s clear The flash Director Andy Muschietti does not shy away from this portrayal of Batman due to the internet drama, but it has yet to be seen whether the use of this artillery will provoke the dismay of fans as it did with Affleck’s Batman in the Snyder films, or whether it will be. accepted by fans as it was by Keaton, Bale and other versions of the caped crusader.
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