The Wall Street Journal just released a very indulging description of what's to come in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice today. They got the chance to sit down and speak with the Oscar Winner Writer, Chris Terrio.
In superhero stories, Batman is Pluto, god of the underworld, and Superman is Apollo, god of the sky,”
This is a phenomenal perspective. To take two of the most beloved superheroes and adapt their current standings from historic Greek figures is amazing. Proves how worthy this screenwriter, Chris Terrio is. How passionate he is about screenplay writing and movie-making. He later states,
I can’t believe they’re letting us do this.
His enthusiasm is incredible.
The likening of Henry Cavill’s Superman to a self-righteous military interventionist continues when he rescues Amy Adams’s Lois Lane from a reporting trip gone wrong in Africa. He is blamed for more collateral damage there.
In some aspect, Superman has to save Lois Lane due to her intervening in Africa related issues.
In contrast to “Deadpool,” “Batman v Superman” is deadly serious, continuing a pattern set in “Batman Begins” of trying to ground DC movies in what Warner production chief Greg Silverman calls “the big emotions of the human experience.” “Fun” and “family-friendly” won’t be the first words most people use after seeing a film that’s more revenge tragedy than brainless slugfest.
We know that Warner Brother's ground their film. Aiming to add that flick of realism that'll help audiences to relate more to their characters. That's what grants them the many Oscars they and their crew have received. The article dives into how Warner Brother's rather let their directors and writers use their creativity, than disrupt the process they have come into fruition with. Nothing would throw a director off, more than disruption. Film-making is an art. A passionate, time-consuming, heart driven piece of art and Wall Street got to talk more about it HERE.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is launching two weeks from now. March 25th, 2016