Standalone DC Comics Stories That Should Be Movies, Daredevil, The Batman, Tremors, Bad Boys 3, Guardians Vol 3 & More
Aug 23rd, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
On the August 24, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Jacob Hall to talk about the latest news including: Daredevil season 3, Lex Luthor’s role in Justice League, The Batman existing outside of the DCEU, Tremors tv series finds a director, the fate of Bad Boys 3, and how Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will set up the future of the MCU. And in The Mail Bag, we’ll be talking about standalone DC stories that Warner Bros should make into movies.
In the News:
‘Daredevil’ Season 3 Will Adapt the ‘Born Again’ Storyline
Rumor: Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor Cut From ‘Justice League’?
‘The Batman’ is ‘Not Part of the DC Extended Universe,’ Says Matt Reeves
The ‘Tremors’ TV Series Finds a Director in Vincenzo Natali
‘Bad Boys 3’ Probably Isn’t Going to Happen
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Vol. 3 Will Set Up Next 20 Years of Marvel; Next Awesome Mix Will Be All Yondu
In The Mailbag: George from Benicia asks “With Warner Bros developing a Joker origin story leading to the possibility of non-connected DC films, what other stories from the comics would you like to see adapted?”
Peter’s Picks: Red Sun, Superman: Secret Identity, Batman Beyond
Jacob’s Picks: Batman: Black Mirror, Lex Luthor, Current Superman Storyline
Ben’s Picks: Plastic Man
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