According to Zack Snyder ‘Batman v Superman’ transcends superhero movies. Snyder states that DC’s superheroes are more epic than Marvel’s.
Zack Snyder the architect of DC’s movie universe talks about the Crash the Super Bowl contest and how Batman and Superman transcend the superhero genre. Earlier this week the star of Batman v Superman, Jesse Eisenberg commented on the movie.
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According to Eisenberg, the superhero movie will be serious rather than being cartoonish. Zack Snyder who is the director of the movie also upheld this sentiment. Snyder even mentioned Ant-Man by name and called Marvel’s movie just a “flavor of the week.”
Zack had launched his career with a successful run in commercials before he made his feature debut. His first movie was the zombie remake Dawn of the Dead in 2004. His 300 and Watchmen scored over half a billion dollars combined for Warner Bros.
He considered the comparisons between DC and its team of superheroes to Marvel’s superheroes. These include Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and Avengers films. According to Snyder the key difference between the two is that DC’s superheroes are more epic.
Zack Snyder stated to TheDailyBeast that Superman and Batman, who are among the first comic book superheroes, transcend the genre. Superman is not just a character anymore rather the word has become an adjective.
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Yet we must not forget Ant-Man. Certainly Ant-Man is not a “flavor of the week.” The character has been in development for about 8 years. Moreover Ant-Man was introduced in January of 1962. This makes the character older than Hulk, Thor, Spiderman, Iron Man and the X-Men.