lunes, 3 de octubre de 2016

BEN AFFLECK ESCOGIÓ A DEATHSTROKE POR QUE ¡¡¡LE GUSTÓ LA VERSIÓN NEW 52!!!

Cantidad de declaraciones, sin desperdicio, que revelan que Affleck quizás no es "The smarter man in the room":

“He’s a great villain because—I just had an instinctive feeling that he would match up with him well.

You know, I’m a big admirer of that character as well, especially in the New 52 the way that they did Deathstroke, and I thought that it could work.”


Primero, dice que lo acepta POR INSTINTO, segundo destaca la que sin duda es la peor versión del personaje.



Sobre Batman V Superman, comenta:

It's interesting: It was a huge hit movie -- more people went to see that than any movie I've made in my career, It was the biggest hit of my career and then it had so much editorial negativity. Fans went, and I got a lot of positive response. 

It was interesting, that movie, because it was judged not necessarily on execution so much as on its tone. People seemed to want to have a lighter tone to the movie, and I thought that was interesting. Tone is not a qualitative thing. It's subjective, right? 

Some tones resonate with me that might not with you. And the tone of the movie was really parallel to the Frank Miller book [The Dark Knight Returns], which I liked and thought was great. I'm glad that so many people went and so many people liked the movie."




Vamos a ver: El tono de una película NO ES SUBJETIVO. Está ahí, para que todos los veamos y lo entendamos.

En una película o en las aventuras de un personaje.

Si una película de un personaje no tiene el mismo tono que el conjunto de sus aventuras NO ES ALGO SUBJETIVO, es que quien lo adapta no lo ha entendido.

Obviamente, si coges "el tono" de Dark Knight y lo usas en una película QUE NO ADAPTA DARK KNIGHT, pues todo el mundo va a reconocer que el tono NO ES EL ADECUADO.

Aunque insisto una vez más: "el tono" no es más que la punta del iceberg de todo lo que está mal en las pelis de DC Films.


"Movies are all about the director. I’ve learned that, finally. When you work with a director, you’re on his or her ship. You’re going in that direction. Your job is to be creative and bring forth your ideas, but to fulfill this person’s vision of how they’re telling the whole story. You have a silo that you’re responsible for in your performance. 

For me, it’s about getting as in tune with a director as possible. You’re making their movie… The nice thing about [just] acting is that, if the set falls down, you can just go back to your trailer. Things are not my problem.”

Esto ya es la traca final: No se si os dais cuenta de que se vuelve a distanciar de Snyder, probablemente por lo que ya van siendo los resultados de la concluída Justice League.


Y luego están esas declaraciones en las que Warner anuncia que en AÑO Y MEDIO tiene que estar terminada la película de Batman. 

Sobre lo que pienso al respecto, véase arriba...

1 comentario:

Esteban Chino Decker dijo...

Seguiré viendo las series WB TV. Esperemos que algún día hagan una película de la JL, me conformo q sea como la intro del videojuego DC Universe