Kevin Feige has helped to build a shared universe that has become the gold standard by which all other shared universes will be measured. In a recent interview with ScreenRant, the man behind Marvel gave his thoughts on what DC could do to improve their universe, and gave an example of a film all extended universes should follow.
“They’re great characters, they’re good comics, they’ve got great history. I’m not shy about saying, Richard Donner’s Superman I still think is the paradigm by which we all still should follow. It’s all there.”
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The first two Christopher Reeve Superman films were good, especially considering the special effects limitations of the era. However, the film series quickly declined in quality with the third and fourth installements. Having said that, Feige is right, DC has always had the potential to put out quality content, they have both the stories and characters, but as fans have come to witness the execution of their properties have for the most part been mediocre. DC has yet to find their own Kevin Feige, someone with the right vision and planning to finally do justice to the great characters of DC comics.
As I’ve said before, DC rushed their universe to the screen, even though Marvel had a big jump on them, the studio should have not worried about what Marvel was doing, and built their universe in an appropriate manner.
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Source: Screen Rant