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    Quote Originally Posted by Confuzzled View Post
    Never forget that before Wonder Woman released, DC Comics willingly allowed the first panel on this page to be included in a major event comic:



    That and the ribbing of her classic origin (which has been done away completely now) shows how much they thought of Diana's viability before Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot destroyed the box office.
    You could just as easily insert daddy issues and Zeus bonking everything and the scene would be exactly the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascended View Post
    My concern now is that WB will stick their fingers into the sequel in an attempt to "fix" whatever imaginary problems they see, and WW84 will be a pile of crap because of their meddling.
    They aren't going to do this. Patty and Gal are a proven commodity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chamber-music View Post
    Suicide Squad sequel starts shooting in Atlanta next month. There will be a Panama club scene and there is a casting call for a central American president role.
    I thought The Suicide Squad was supposed to be a reboot instead of a sequel, even though several actors from Suicide Squad are returning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris-Rex View Post
    I thought The Suicide Squad was supposed to be a reboot instead of a sequel, even though several actors from Suicide Squad are returning.
    It sounds like a soft reboot that is still technically a sequel. Everything from the first movie probably still happened but probably won't be referenced in Gunn's film.

    The confusion seems to come from Suicide Squad producer I believe who said the film was a total reboot and Gunn who was asked if it was a reboot or sequel and replied "are those my only two choices?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris-Rex View Post
    I thought The Suicide Squad was supposed to be a reboot instead of a sequel, even though several actors from Suicide Squad are returning.
    Its a sequel
    they are doing reshoots for BOP that include a after credits scene that leads to TSS

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    How about we call it a relaunch. That's a safe, meaningless word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chamber-music View Post
    It sounds like a soft reboot that is still technically a sequel. Everything from the first movie probably still happened but probably won't be referenced in Gunn's film.

    The confusion seems to come from Suicide Squad producer I believe who said the film was a total reboot and Gunn who was asked if it was a reboot or sequel and replied "are those my only two choices?"
    They're using some of the same cast but the movie and their characterization will probably be completely different.

    So, yeah, a soft reboot.

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    I sometimes wonder what would happen if DC were never bought by Warner Bros, and they licensed all their big A-list superheroes like Batman and Superman to other studios like Fox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeus Arkham View Post
    I sometimes wonder what would happen if DC were never bought by Warner Bros, and they licensed all their big A-list superheroes like Batman and Superman to other studios like Fox.
    Eh...probably the same thing that happened to the Marvel properties, I guess?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Eh...probably the same thing that happened to the Marvel properties, I guess?
    Yeah, I'm also not seeing any advantage in that myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeus Arkham View Post
    I sometimes wonder what would happen if DC were never bought by Warner Bros, and they licensed all their big A-list superheroes like Batman and Superman to other studios like Fox.
    Fox did have Batman for TV back in the 1960s. For better or worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris-Rex View Post
    Fox did have Batman for TV back in the 1960s. For better or worse.
    The Wonder Woman pilot by Fox back in '67 is the worst thing ever created based on a DC property by a country mile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Darknight Detective View Post
    The Wonder Woman pilot by Fox back in '67 is the worst thing ever created based on a DC property by a country mile.
    Eventually to be succeeded by the second Wonder Woman TV pilot .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Eventually to be succeeded by the second Wonder Woman TV pilot .
    That was indeed bad, Frontier, but the other one still takes the cake, IMO.
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    Warner Bros. never bought DC. They both were integrated into the same company--DC (actually National Periodical Publications) before Warner Bros. Studios--that company was then broken up in two, after a financial scandal, and the half that had DC and WB became Warner Communications.
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