https://www.ign.com/articles/aquaman-2-will-see-ben-affleck-return-as-batman Guess there's still some hope at seeing Batfleck after all.
I shared a similar post with the M.C.U. fandom, so I just thought I'd ask you fellow D.C. folks, too. Which song(s) and/or artist(s) would you have liked to hear in the franchise's upcoming releases' soundtracks, or in those of past releases? For myself, personally, much like how I would've loved to hear "Brand New Day" by Sting in the end credits of Spider-Man: No Way Home instead of what we heard in them in the end, I think it'd also be a great fit for the end credits of The Flash, since they both feature start-overs. Maybe in two radically different circumstances, sure, but the idea of starting anew with a clean slate is the theme of that song's lyrics, and it just seems like a great fit for the end credits of both films. Lemme know what you have to say in the comments below.
Not sure if this is true or not, or if the source is authentic or inauthentic.
What if James Cameron got to direct any D.C.E.U. films? I've read a little of how his ultimately cancelled plans for a Spider-Man film and Wolverine and the X-Men would've been like if they were carried out, and as such, I for one would be curious to see how Cameron tackled D.C.'s heroes. He said in an interview that his take on Spidey in particular would've been in the vein of both The Terminator (1984) and Aliens (1986) in his attempts to ground the story in realism and how one would actually react to all this ruckus galore if it was part of our reality, and thus would be much edgier, grittier, darker, heavier in its use of coarse language, more serious and mature in its themes, adult-oriented, and sexually explicit in its tone and direction, ultimately making it R-rated. Can't quite say the same about Wolverine and the X-Men since not much was revealed about that, but overall, anyone else ever wonder how a D.C.E.U. film would be like if Cameron was at the helm???
We should prepare ourselves, everyone. And hopefully, with both this and Z.S.J.L. in mind, Justice League 2 and Justice League 3 ought to be revived, as well.
With the role that he's had to play in the Arrowverse, I can't help but think that Black Lightning would be a worthy addition to this universe.
Only questions that remain are:
Who would portray him?
What are your thoughts on the character?
Who would compose the score?
With Marvel Zombies in development to be adapted as an animated T.V. series as part of the M.C.U., should the D.C.E.U. maybe respond to that with a T.V. miniseries adaptation of the miniseries DCeased?