Yo también tenia mis dudas sobre affleck y esa película.Sin embargo, en esta entrevista:http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/herocomplex/la-ca-hc-batman-v-superman-20160313-story.htmlEn esa entrevista Affleck dice algo muy interesante, que todos los que dudan deberían leer:Look, in the broad sense, from a long-term portfolio perspective, Warner Bros. has already won. They own this vast under exploited [intellectual property] that is DC. They're going to make all these movies regardless. Will every DC movie be great and be successful? No. Would it be good if "BvS" works for them? Yes, obviously. But if any one of the movies doesn't work, it doesn't mean it all goes away. "Green Lantern" didn't work, and Green Lantern is going to come back and work for them. Zack spent two years of his life on this movie, and we put in months and months. We are truly, deeply invested in this movie. We want the movie to be good. We want to be proud of it. I want to make a movie that my kids think is cool. It's not just us punching the corporate clock. You know, you get up at 5 and go to work at 6 in the morning and put on the suit. It's not particularly fun and sexy to roll around in a rubber suit fighting a stunt guy.
Como ya no son el centro de atención, ¿Ahora limosnean las reproducciones y los likes? Pa-té-ti-co.Hasta Kai ("Kung Fu Panda 3") va a terminar siendo un mejor y más recordado villano que estos dos. El que entendió, entendió.-Taikun
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