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On the 25th of March 2016 DC's most anticipated movie since the sequel of Batman Begins - The Dark Knight (at least in my opinion), debuted on the big screens worldwide. While [Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice](tag:711870) was not critically well acclaimed still many fans and people which are there only for the show enjoyed the movie.

If you ask me, the movie wasn't really that great as many fans including me wanted, but you can't really do much when a certain movie is a 75% setup to it's future installments and 25% a stand alone film.

Many people and critics complain that Batman v Superman was a serious and unrelentingly humorless affair. For me this isn't really a bad thing because after all this movie is called Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice not some Marvel's Avengers type of thing where they throw almost in every 2-5 minutes a silly joke that entertains the audience only because the heroes there can't really talk about something important. Why would someone try to make something so serious like Batman and Superman fighting funny? Both of those iconic heroes are known for their incredible bloody and gorry storylines interjected with mystery and awsomeness. Like I said in the begging of this article BvS tries to be too much for it's own good. While I was watching the movie in the theatre last week, I counted several storylines going on in the film - The Dark Knight Returns(obviously), The Death of Superman(the only thing never being revealed in the second trailer)...

According to an article by Birth.Movies.Death editor in chief Devin Faraci, Warner Bros. has heard the concerns and complaints from its fans and will be taking strides to make changes to its slate accordingly.

This doesn't just include future movies from the DC Cinematic Universe, but ones in which principal photography has already wrapped. In Faraci's article, he claims that a source revealed that WB is reshooting scenes for Suicide Squad on a big scale, like "tens of millions of dollars big."

Hearing that WB is aware that they need to inject some fun into these movies - and that's what I'm hearing is happening here, not that they're inserting jokes left and right but that they're beefing up fun character moments and interactions - can only mean good things for the future of the DC Movieverse after the deadly serious, zero fun Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Ok. So as you can tell with Detective Comics's future movies we are going to get more Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy style type of things not really that much violent and bloody comic book films.

Allegedly, the tone of the popular Suicide Squad trailer featuring "Bohemian Rhapsody" didn't match the finished product and included every joke in the movie. With these reshoots, Warner Bros. hopes fans will feel that their expectations were better met (Oh, we'll see about about that Posh Spice).

I'm sorry to say that, but can somebody realize what that humour interjection could mean for the Justice League Part One movie ? I hope WB doesn't decide that the thing with the jokes can work in every future DC movie.

Suicide Squad opens on the 5th of August 2016.


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