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10 directors we could see taking on Ben Affleck's solo Batman movie

02.02.2017

It’s a sad day for the DC cinematic universe. One of the few (to some people, the only) bright spots of the current DCCU was Ben Affleck’s portrayal of Batman, and many speculated (correctly) that he would eventually direct the solo film. And there was much rejoicing! However, as if some f*cked up genie granted the wish, he has since dropped out.

But who can replace him? While there are many filmmakers that could potentially take on the role, we came up with ten that were sensible possibilities, perfectly-suited long shots, or a mixture of both.

David Fincher

This one seems like it would be the ultimate outlier “fan-casting” choice – and while it’s likely he won’t be the one to take the reins from Affleck – it’s also much more likely than you might initially think. For one, while Fincher has decried superhero films before, Batman is much more grounded than something like SPIDER-MAN, and Fincher’s patented urban-decay aesthetic (showcased in films like SE7En and ZODIAC) would be perfect for Gotham City. Furthermore, he’s dabbled in franchises before, both with ALIEN 3 and was *this close* to directing MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 3 back in the day. And, finally (and most importantly) Fincher has a working relationship with Ben Affleck after GONE GIRL. And to be frank, that’s really the main reason why he’s on the list. Affleck apparently worked closely with Fincher, and tried to learn from him, so I think if Affleck is going to step down and find someone to direct his baby, Fincher might be one of the few he would trust.

Joss Whedon

Here’s another seemingly outlier choice. After the debacle of AGE OF ULTRON (while not a bad film, per se, the production apparently took its toll on Whedon), he said he’d focus on original properties he created, and not with big franchise pictures anymore. However, those interviews were right after or during the AGE OF ULTRON press junket, and with some space between projects, he might be more willing to take on another superhero film. It might also help that it’s Batman, whom he actually pitched a YEAR ONE treatment to Warner Bros. pre-BATMAN BEGINS (he wasn’t the only one to do that on this list either). It would probably also help that it would be a series based on one hero, with him not having to bear the burden of shepherding the entire cinematic universe (like he did for the first two phases of Marvel). Also, come on, Whedon’s a big, huge nerd (in the best way) – and what nerd hasn’t wanted to take a crack at Batman?

Alfonso Cuaron

Out of all the choices, this one might be the most far-fetched. But there’s still a chance. A couple points in Cuaron’s favor: 1) he has a great working relationship with Warner Bros. (they are the ones who released his space opus GRAVITY), and 2) he already directed an entry for a large WB genre franchise film with HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN. And while I sincerely doubt Cuaron is chomping at the bit to direct a Batman movie, I do think that if he has a project he wants to direct that’s having trouble getting funding, this could be a “I scratch your back, you scratch mine” quid-pro-quo thing with the studio. Make THE BATMAN movie, and we’ll fund whatever weird shit you wanna direct with carte blanche. Hey, it worked with Nolan.

Darren Aronofsky

Darren Aronofsky wants to make a comic-book movie. He was close to making THE WOLVERINE, METAL MEN, and hell almost directed MAN OF STEEL (imagine that)! Shit, he almost made BATMAN: YEAR ONE (still not the last pick on our list to do so) for Chrissakes! This man wants to make a superhero movie. And, hey, this might be the one to do it! Just let him at it, Warner Bros.! The only thing that would prevent him would be a busy schedule, and also possible clashes with Ben Affleck, since he might be too auteur and eclectic for this particular project (his YEAR ONE script he co-wrote with Frank Miller is pretty bonkers). But still, I can’t imagine he isn’t at least on the list of potentials.

Gareth Edwards

While I personally think Edwards isn’t great at directing actors, it can’t be denied that he can create some powerful images. Whether it’s the few times you see Godzilla in his 2014 remake, or the sight of a destroyed Jedi city, Edwards can frame the hell out of a shot. And, as a purely visual stylist, he could make an interesting Batman director, adding texture and grime to Gotham City, not to mention he can stage action well. He even has a working relationship with WB, having directing their previously mentioned GODZILLA.

Tim Miller

DEADPOOL was great, no doubt. It was funny, irreverent, and idiosyncratic. Not only that, but the dramatic moments and the action beats were just as good – if not better – than a lot of the comedy ones (which sometimes delved too deep into FAMILY GUY “remember this reference?” humor). But most importantly, DEADPOOL was fun. And with a deft hand shown behind-the-camera already, the best thing Miller could bring to BATMAN (if he were indeed to be considered) would to bring some of that residual fun (and energy) with him.

Kathryn Bigelow

Honestly, I just think Kathryn Bigelow is a good director. She’s great at building tension, directing actors, and staging action. That opening in ZERO DARK THIRTY is one for the ages. But beyond that, people forget she directed POINT BREAK, so she can also handle the kind of macho melodrama DC has somewhat devolved into, but also make something greater out of it (it sure as hell wasn’t the script that made POINT BREAK memorable).

Justin Lin

Justin Lin, if nothing else, is a consummate professional. Brought it as a pinch-hitter during the rushed STAR TREK BEYOND debacle, he was still able to make something that was fun, funny, and exciting. Not only that, but you can just look at the FAST AND FURIOUS movies to see how well he can handle action set-pieces. Imagine a Lin-directed Batmobile car chase? The mind reels. He’s also shown a deft hand at character dynamics, working with two ensembles for the FAST movies and STAR TREK. If the Bat-family is introduced in the film, he could be good for that as well.

Jeff Nichols

Nichols might seem like a strange addition to the list – mostly known for southern-fried coming-of-age stories like MUD – but he also made MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (starring former General Zod Michael Shannon). That movie showed that he could keep a restrained, naturalistic tone, but still delve into more genre/action fare. Even MUD ended in a shoot-out. But I think that mixture of the fantastical and the grounded is where DC seems to want to take its films, and I personally feel he’d be one of the best fits for that.

The Wachowskis

Personally, these two would be my pick. I’ve loved almost everything they’ve done (yes, including SPEED RACER and CLOUD ATLAS), and even their misfires (the MATRIX sequels, JUPITER ASCENDING) have cool things in them. The Wachowskis know how to stage action, they’re well-versed in awesome fight scenes, and when they’re firing on all cylinders they can sell the melodrama of any ridiculous situation through sheer sincerity alone. Not only that, but they have had a long, successful working relationship with WB, including pitching BATMAN YEAR ONE back in the day (the third to do that on this list). But, most importantly, having back-to-back flops will probably mean they’re humbled - and working with Ben Affleck - can hopefully reign in their more indulgent impulses. They’ve even already worked with a third collaborator (Tom Tykwer in CLOUD ATLAS), so it would be cool to see these three great directors work with each other. Even if it’s not BATMAN.

Anyway, that’s our list (and certainly, we could go on and on with choices), but who do YOU think should direct the new BATMAN solo film? Sound off below!   

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10:07AM on 02/03/2017
Fincher is by far the ultimate fan choice! But it won't happen. WB doesn't have the same pull as Marvel.

Most likely, Snyder will end up directing Batman, with the same narrative problems (as usual)

But to propose The Wachowski is a terrible terrible terrible idea! They are the equivalent of Joel Schumacher.
Fincher is by far the ultimate fan choice! But it won't happen. WB doesn't have the same pull as Marvel.

Most likely, Snyder will end up directing Batman, with the same narrative problems (as usual)

But to propose The Wachowski is a terrible terrible terrible idea! They are the equivalent of Joel Schumacher.
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5:44PM on 02/02/2017

Don't get your hopes up

WB doesn't seem to be able to attract big names for their superhero franchise (too much meddling?). Snyder made the underwhelming and [link] Man of Steel and he still gets to direct Justice League. David Ayer made the poorly received Suicide Squad and he still gets to direct Gotham Sirens. Add to this Flash revolving door of directors and you don't have an environment that seems very appealing to a good director.

They're likely to chose another Ayer, someone who doesn't have much prestige
WB doesn't seem to be able to attract big names for their superhero franchise (too much meddling?). Snyder made the underwhelming and [link] Man of Steel and he still gets to direct Justice League. David Ayer made the poorly received Suicide Squad and he still gets to direct Gotham Sirens. Add to this Flash revolving door of directors and you don't have an environment that seems very appealing to a good director.

They're likely to chose another Ayer, someone who doesn't have much prestige and who has nothing to lose by taking a chance. Unless Affleck convinces personally someone he knows, which I guess is possible.
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5:01PM on 02/02/2017
...(yes, including SPEED RACER and CLOUD ATLAS), and even their misfires (the MATRIX sequels, JUPITER ASCENDING... mate, all of those are misfires.
...(yes, including SPEED RACER and CLOUD ATLAS), and even their misfires (the MATRIX sequels, JUPITER ASCENDING... mate, all of those are misfires.
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4:29PM on 02/02/2017
Hell no to Wheedon. He is such a boring director with no style, and you need style to direct a good Batman film. He may have had success with Avengers, but nothing visually stood out to me in that movie, it felt flat in that regard. You can't do that with Gotham City. It can't feel like a B minus tv show with A caliber actors and a big budget behind it. Say what you will about Snyder, but when it comes to visuals he crushes Wheedon. Looking at this list, I would say I'm for Fincher or Cuaron,
Hell no to Wheedon. He is such a boring director with no style, and you need style to direct a good Batman film. He may have had success with Avengers, but nothing visually stood out to me in that movie, it felt flat in that regard. You can't do that with Gotham City. It can't feel like a B minus tv show with A caliber actors and a big budget behind it. Say what you will about Snyder, but when it comes to visuals he crushes Wheedon. Looking at this list, I would say I'm for Fincher or Cuaron, as they are the only two on there that I think could pull this off. Here's a more inspired choice though, maybe Patty Jenkins? If she pulls off Wonder Woman with glowing reviews, she'll be the first critically successful director in the DC movie universe. Why not make her the go-to director for the franchise for awhile?
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4:09PM on 02/02/2017
Interesting fact: Jeff Nichols is the SAME AGE as Midnight Express. But what a great movie about an American spending time in a Turkish prison with John Hurt... I digress.

There is a lack of imagination to this list. Alfonso Cuaron is an interesting choice, but I really doubt Fincher or Aronofsky would be in the cards, especially since the last time Aronofsky was attached to a superhero movie it didn't happen. Everyone else here has either done a superhero movie, won an Oscar, or had recent
Interesting fact: Jeff Nichols is the SAME AGE as Midnight Express. But what a great movie about an American spending time in a Turkish prison with John Hurt... I digress.

There is a lack of imagination to this list. Alfonso Cuaron is an interesting choice, but I really doubt Fincher or Aronofsky would be in the cards, especially since the last time Aronofsky was attached to a superhero movie it didn't happen. Everyone else here has either done a superhero movie, won an Oscar, or had recent good fortune with a movie that has the word Star in its title. Whatever does happen, may they be given ample room to establish Batman and Gotham without having to pay lip-service to the franchise. That's the Achilles Heel of the Marvel Universe.
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3:38PM on 02/02/2017

Only 1 or 2 interesting ones on that list

My shortlist: Matt Reeves, Gareth EVANS and Mel Gibson
My shortlist: Matt Reeves, Gareth EVANS and Mel Gibson
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8:04PM on 02/02/2017
You must not be aware of Mel's recent comments regarding the superhero genre. That one's not happening.
You must not be aware of Mel's recent comments regarding the superhero genre. That one's not happening.
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2:29PM on 02/02/2017
My top choice to direct a Batman film has always been Michael Mann. He doesn't seem to be on the top of his game anymore but it'd still be ridiculously cool to see a Mann/Affleck combined effort.

Asides from him, my picks are:

- Cary Fukunaga (True Detective Season 1)
- Matt Reeves (War of the Planet of the Apes)
- Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler)
My top choice to direct a Batman film has always been Michael Mann. He doesn't seem to be on the top of his game anymore but it'd still be ridiculously cool to see a Mann/Affleck combined effort.

Asides from him, my picks are:

- Cary Fukunaga (True Detective Season 1)
- Matt Reeves (War of the Planet of the Apes)
- Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler)
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2:05PM on 02/02/2017
Thank the Heavens Nolan wasnt on this list.
Thank the Heavens Nolan wasnt on this list.
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2:00PM on 02/02/2017
Gavin O'Connor would be my top choice. His latest film, The Accountant was one of my favorite films of last year and thought Affleck gave one of his best performances in that as well. Plus, it had JK Simmons in it as well, who is also playing Gordon. So the guy has already worked with two of the stars in Affleck, and Simmons and would be a trio I wouldn't mind seeing work together again.
Gavin O'Connor would be my top choice. His latest film, The Accountant was one of my favorite films of last year and thought Affleck gave one of his best performances in that as well. Plus, it had JK Simmons in it as well, who is also playing Gordon. So the guy has already worked with two of the stars in Affleck, and Simmons and would be a trio I wouldn't mind seeing work together again.
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1:50PM on 02/02/2017

C'mon!

Jeff Nichols had nothing to do with JOE! That was David Gordon Green.
Jeff Nichols had nothing to do with JOE! That was David Gordon Green.
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1:25PM on 02/02/2017

Fincher or Aronofsky Would Be Awesome...

I always wanted to see Derren Aronofsky's Batman: Year One even if it broke from canon quite a bit. I doubt he would do a movie like this withoit creative freedom. Fincher is a solid choice and he fits the bill for someone that could be summoned. Im intrigued by Katheryn Bigelow and Jeff Nichols too. Just keep this thing away from Justin Lin. Not a fan of his style or movies.
I always wanted to see Derren Aronofsky's Batman: Year One even if it broke from canon quite a bit. I doubt he would do a movie like this withoit creative freedom. Fincher is a solid choice and he fits the bill for someone that could be summoned. Im intrigued by Katheryn Bigelow and Jeff Nichols too. Just keep this thing away from Justin Lin. Not a fan of his style or movies.
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1:15PM on 02/02/2017
I like Munkee55's suggestion of Gareth Evans, think the Raid meets Arkham Asylum with Bats fighting his way out of a host of baddies. Sweet. Fincher would be good especially for showing the nuances of Wayne and the grit of Gotham. If Villeneuve didn't just sign on for Dune he would be my pick, he then could bring in Gyllenhaal as the Riddler too.
I like Munkee55's suggestion of Gareth Evans, think the Raid meets Arkham Asylum with Bats fighting his way out of a host of baddies. Sweet. Fincher would be good especially for showing the nuances of Wayne and the grit of Gotham. If Villeneuve didn't just sign on for Dune he would be my pick, he then could bring in Gyllenhaal as the Riddler too.
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12:53PM on 02/02/2017

Bring Tim Burton back!!

And Michael Keaton too if Affleck ends up dropping out.
And Michael Keaton too if Affleck ends up dropping out.
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3:42PM on 02/02/2017
haha, Keaton yes, Burton no! He lost it.
But save Keaton for a Batman movie which is about the last crimefighting years of Batman
haha, Keaton yes, Burton no! He lost it.
But save Keaton for a Batman movie which is about the last crimefighting years of Batman
8:02PM on 02/02/2017
We already got Burton's take on Batman.
We already got Burton's take on Batman.
12:47PM on 02/02/2017

Get in mah brain!

How about Kenneth Branagh? Let's go full on Shakespeare tragedy, deep into human psyche of all these wacked out characters.....while also kicking ass. And on a side note, how about batman beyond already with Micheal Keaton as old Bruce Wayne.
How about Kenneth Branagh? Let's go full on Shakespeare tragedy, deep into human psyche of all these wacked out characters.....while also kicking ass. And on a side note, how about batman beyond already with Micheal Keaton as old Bruce Wayne.
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12:43PM on 02/02/2017
Paul Verhoeven would be my dream choice. Fincher...don't forget that he's worked with Jared Leto in Fight Club and Panic Room...could be interesting if Joker plays a part.
Paul Verhoeven would be my dream choice. Fincher...don't forget that he's worked with Jared Leto in Fight Club and Panic Room...could be interesting if Joker plays a part.
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12:46PM on 02/02/2017
Do you mean David Fincher?
Do you mean David Fincher?
12:51PM on 02/02/2017
Sorry, I didn't see you wrote Fincher...... I think Leto under Fincher would be fantastic.
Sorry, I didn't see you wrote Fincher...... I think Leto under Fincher would be fantastic.
12:32PM on 02/02/2017

Not a bad list

I would like to suggest something outside of Hollywood. Gareth Evans - The RAID and The Raid 2. Easily my favorite actions movies of the last few years. A partnership with him and Affleck would be pretty darn special.
I would like to suggest something outside of Hollywood. Gareth Evans - The RAID and The Raid 2. Easily my favorite actions movies of the last few years. A partnership with him and Affleck would be pretty darn special.
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1:16PM on 02/02/2017
I like it!
I like it!
12:31PM on 02/02/2017
While I would be curious with any of their take on the Batman franchise, none of those names would be the right choice to direct THIS version of Batman. Off the top of my head I'd recommend George Miller, Matt Reeves, and Matthew Vaughn.
While I would be curious with any of their take on the Batman franchise, none of those names would be the right choice to direct THIS version of Batman. Off the top of my head I'd recommend George Miller, Matt Reeves, and Matthew Vaughn.
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8:01PM on 02/02/2017
Matt Reeves is being considered.
Matt Reeves is being considered.
12:22PM on 02/02/2017
Tom Ford. Cary Fukunaga. Greg Yaitanes.
Tom Ford. Cary Fukunaga. Greg Yaitanes.
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2:22PM on 02/02/2017
Cary Fukunaga had never even crossed my mind, but he's be absolutely perfect.
Cary Fukunaga had never even crossed my mind, but he's be absolutely perfect.
12:12PM on 02/02/2017

That pic of the The Wachowskis

is outdated...

They have now BOTH become women!
is outdated...

They have now BOTH become women!
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12:04PM on 02/02/2017
There was a rumor one or both or the John Wick guy's was going to be directing a Red Hood movie. that would be top of the list of BAtman films I would want to see. As I've said before go with Fincher If you want creepy, go with Aronofsky if you wan't something weird and trippy. Frankly I could really go for him doing a Grant Moorison inspired script (give him R.I.P. and get ready for the craziest Batman movie ever made). Or go with Gareth Evans If you just want the best action sequences in
There was a rumor one or both or the John Wick guy's was going to be directing a Red Hood movie. that would be top of the list of BAtman films I would want to see. As I've said before go with Fincher If you want creepy, go with Aronofsky if you wan't something weird and trippy. Frankly I could really go for him doing a Grant Moorison inspired script (give him R.I.P. and get ready for the craziest Batman movie ever made). Or go with Gareth Evans If you just want the best action sequences in the history of the charecter on film.
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12:03PM on 02/02/2017

Please not the Wachowskis hacks

Wachowskis made one good movie (V for Vendetta), Gareth needs good actors (so he might work), Whedon is a cuck, Fincher/Miller/Lin would be interesting. Too bad they can't go way outside the box and get Francis Ford Coppola.
Wachowskis made one good movie (V for Vendetta), Gareth needs good actors (so he might work), Whedon is a cuck, Fincher/Miller/Lin would be interesting. Too bad they can't go way outside the box and get Francis Ford Coppola.
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12:07PM on 02/02/2017
The Wachowskis didn't direct V for Vendetta.
The Wachowskis didn't direct V for Vendetta.
2:16PM on 02/02/2017
Michaelb1492, I agree heck no, please, oh please not the Wachowskis. However, Moonrider's right, they didn't direct V For Vendetta, James McTeigue did. The only slapped their name on it as Producers so that it would see tickets.
Michaelb1492, I agree heck no, please, oh please not the Wachowskis. However, Moonrider's right, they didn't direct V For Vendetta, James McTeigue did. The only slapped their name on it as Producers so that it would see tickets.
8:00PM on 02/02/2017
Francis Ford Coppola? That guy hasn't been relevant in decades!
Francis Ford Coppola? That guy hasn't been relevant in decades!
9:27PM on 02/02/2017
@Luke319. They wrote the screenplay.
@Luke319. They wrote the screenplay.
11:23PM on 02/02/2017
Ahh, thanks. No wonder why I liked it.
Ahh, thanks. No wonder why I liked it.
11:46AM on 02/02/2017

I really hope its the Wachowskis

That would be the final punchline in the this giant DCEU joke. And certainly enough to cause the studio to scrap this whole idea and start fresh with some actualy talent this time.
That would be the final punchline in the this giant DCEU joke. And certainly enough to cause the studio to scrap this whole idea and start fresh with some actualy talent this time.
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7:58PM on 02/02/2017
Ben Affleck doesn't have talent? Patty Jenkins doesn't have talent? Wonder Woman and Justice League are already come out this year. If League bombs, their reputation will be tarnished to even make a reboot a viable option for mainstream audiences, so those have to succeed. Rebooting is no longer an option, at least not anytime soon.
Ben Affleck doesn't have talent? Patty Jenkins doesn't have talent? Wonder Woman and Justice League are already come out this year. If League bombs, their reputation will be tarnished to even make a reboot a viable option for mainstream audiences, so those have to succeed. Rebooting is no longer an option, at least not anytime soon.
11:42AM on 02/02/2017

Fincher?

Considering what he wanted Batman Year One to be, I say a big nope on that. He may be one of the greatest working directors...but a comic book director he is not.
Sub out Whedon for Matt Reeves. Also toss Gore Verbinski in there. He's one of the most underrated directors out there. Some people may hate his blockbusters for being bloated...but the man's technical craft is second to none.
Considering what he wanted Batman Year One to be, I say a big nope on that. He may be one of the greatest working directors...but a comic book director he is not.
Sub out Whedon for Matt Reeves. Also toss Gore Verbinski in there. He's one of the most underrated directors out there. Some people may hate his blockbusters for being bloated...but the man's technical craft is second to none.
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2:11PM on 02/02/2017
Verbinski would be my #1 choice for The Flash. The combination of character, action and humor in the pirates films seem like it'd be the perfect preparation for that. I guess the box office failure of The Lone Ranger makes Disney hesitant to give him another superhero movie, but really he'd be perfect for any number of Marvel projects, including Iron Man 4 if that ever comes about.
Verbinski would be my #1 choice for The Flash. The combination of character, action and humor in the pirates films seem like it'd be the perfect preparation for that. I guess the box office failure of The Lone Ranger makes Disney hesitant to give him another superhero movie, but really he'd be perfect for any number of Marvel projects, including Iron Man 4 if that ever comes about.
11:48PM on 02/02/2017
I think you're confusing Fincher with Darren Aronofsky as far as their thoughts on Year One...but I agree, I don't see him making a comic film, or at the very least, not a comic book film that WB would approve of.
I think you're confusing Fincher with Darren Aronofsky as far as their thoughts on Year One...but I agree, I don't see him making a comic film, or at the very least, not a comic book film that WB would approve of.
11:39AM on 02/02/2017
I think Fincher would be the best one to do it. If he wasn't a hack I'd say Alex Proyas during his Crow days would be a good choice.
I think Fincher would be the best one to do it. If he wasn't a hack I'd say Alex Proyas during his Crow days would be a good choice.
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2:08PM on 02/02/2017
Dude, no single director's fall from grace has disappointed me as much as Alex Proyas. The Crow was fantastic (even moreso considering the quality of just about every other 90's superhero film) and Dark City was an interesting, if flawed followup. But since then it's been, to quote J. Jonah Jameson, "Crap. Crap. Megacrap."
Dude, no single director's fall from grace has disappointed me as much as Alex Proyas. The Crow was fantastic (even moreso considering the quality of just about every other 90's superhero film) and Dark City was an interesting, if flawed followup. But since then it's been, to quote J. Jonah Jameson, "Crap. Crap. Megacrap."
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