So Nolan's Batman movies were a mistake?
Originally Posted by Wippit Guud
Wouldn't it have been more interesting to see a different character done properly for the first time instead? Granted they were excellent films and an example of a reboot done properly, which seems to be an exception rather than a standard unfortunately. There are literally thousands upon thousands of characters that could be used or they could simply come up with original ones. Sure, the character is "new" to someone, perhaps the next generation or someone completely unfamiliar with the world of comics for example, but why not create a world and characters that is brand new to everyone? In the least, drawing a new character from the pool of so many would be refreshing.
I would love to see a Moon Knight done well for example. Hell, the Nolan batman movies and the dark knight material reminds me of Moon Knight more than anything else, lol. Granted MK was almost a reskin of Batman but it was darker and grittier with death and mayhem everywhere back before Batman was shifted that direction.
Or how about a spider-man... oh wait... that's been done already...
However, how about a spider-woman movie? You know, the one with bio-blasts? Other than in the X-Men movies, which have been a poor mix of good and bad all strewn together, there haven't been many women heroes in the theater. How about a She Hulk movie or Psylocke? Those would be fun.
Alternately, pick movies that came out long
before technology could do them any justice at all! How about the Dr. Strange movie? Reboot that one with modern technology handling special effects and that will be amazing, lol.