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Give ‘Em Elle: Creators, Critics, and the Supposed Gulf In Between

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Welcome to Give ‘Em Elle, a new weekly column that hopes to bridge the gap between old school comics fandom and the progressive edge of comics culture. This week I’ve been thinking about creators and critics, two groups that are often pitted against one another in the arena of discourse, as though they’re mortal enemies who can never see eye-to-eye, never reconcile.

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This Zack Snyder Interview From 2008 Proves That ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Is Just Another ‘Watchmen’

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Warner Bros.

When something goes wrong, we often revisit and analyze the past to find warning signs that were previously overlooked. If you apply that logic to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Man of Steel, for instance, then you could find yourself reading old interviews with Zack Snyder to try and figure out if maybe we knew all along that these were the kinds of superhero movies he was going to make...

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You Aren’t Dreaming, Medicom’s Knightmare Batman and Suicide Squad Joker Are Coming

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Medicom

Though Medicom is far from the first company to show off a Knightmare Batman from this year's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, it can count itself among very few to have a Joker action figure based on the upcoming Suicide Squad feature. Outside of Mattel's Toy Fair preview, there hasn't been much information on any Suicide Squad figures, but the MAFEX Joker looks to be miles ahead of anything else we've seen so far in the 6" form for DC's next movie.

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‘Batman vs. Superman’ Artwork Reveals That Robin Was Also a Murderer

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Despite Ben Affleck’s solid turn as the caped crusader in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, some fans took issue with one particular aspect of this new Batman: he kills. It’s not entirely out of character for the iconic superhero (he’s killed people in the comic books before), but the movie and TV versions of the Dark Knight don’t typically murder bad guys. It’s part of that whole “hero” thing, you know? If you were one of the fans disappointed with Zack Snyder’s decision to have Batman kill some thugs, then boy do we have some news for you.

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Superman Only Has 43 Lines of Dialogue in ‘Batman v. Superman’

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The number 43 has held many different significances over the years. The newest significance of the number will surely eclipse any previous, however: heretofore, the number 43 shall be known as the exact number of lines of dialogue spoken by Henry Cavill‘s Superman in Batman vs. Superman. (And that’s counting agonized yelling as a line.)

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Bluefin Announces High-End ‘Batman V. Superman’, ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ Statues

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Japanese import company Bluefin has announced a line of high-end statues based on Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice from Iron Studios, and a Batman statue based on his appearance in the Arkham Knight video game, as part of its new deal as the exclusive North American distributor for the Brazilian collectibles studio.

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‘Batman vs. Superman’ R-Rated Edition May Get Released in Theaters

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Warner Bros.

After a disappointing weekend that saw it lose to a horrible Melissa McCarthy comedy in only its third week of release, Batman v Superman looks poised for a total domestic run between $325 and $340 million. That’s below Deadpool, Furious 7 and even American Sniper and certainly not what Warner Bros. had hoped for their big (and expensive) movie. Current projections indicate that Batman v Superman won’t turn a profit when all is said and done. Hoping to inch closer to profitability, Warner Bros. is reportedly mulling the idea of releasing Zack Snyder’s extended, R-rated cut of Batman v Superman directly to theaters.

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Go Behind the Scenes of ‘Batman vs. Superman’ With These Before and After Visual Effects Photos

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Warner Bros.

As the old saying goes, no one sets out to make a bad movie. Even with a movie like Batman v Superman that has been widely pilloried by fans and critics alike, no one can deny that a lot of hard work went into making this movie, and all with the best intentions. Maybe the end result was…divisive, but it doesn’t diminish some of the technical achievements. To that end, today we have some before and after photos of the making of Batman v Superman to highlight some of the work done to bring the DC Cinematic Universe to light.

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The One ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Scene That Was Even Too Dark For Zack Snyder

Warner Bros. / Empire
Warner Bros. / Empire

Whether you look at it as a positive or a negative, Batman v Superman was empirically a dark movie. Whether it was needlessly killing Jimmy Olsen or Batman wanting to stab Superman in the heart or all the other assorted murder going on, it was just a dark movie, and that’s what director Zack Snyder wanted. But even for him, there was one scene that was too dark and needed to be cut from the final film.

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After ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Letdown, Warner Bros. Will Reportedly Release Fewer Films

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Batman vs. Superman opened to negative reviews and mixed word of mouth. All that could have been forgiven if it was a box-office juggernaut, but after an impressive opening weekend, Dawn of Justice is sinking like a stone...

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