Saturday, April 22, 2023
April’s middling Xbox Games with Gold line-up announced - KitGuru
Xbox Offering Big Sales on Games From EA, Square Enix, Capcom ... - GameRant
Xbox Games Showcase and Starfield Direct 2023: Scheduled date, where to watch, and more - Sportskeeda
Tuesday, April 18, 2023
Is the DC Movies universe ready to be MCU'fied?
Ever since James Gunn came to the centerstage for DC movies, announcing the lineup of upcoming DC movies trying to revive the 'DCverse,' recent rumors have started surfacing on the internet that there is a possibility that the Russo Brothers might get a chance to direct the next Batman movie based on 'The Brave and The Bold' comic (not linked to the one that released last year)
If this happens for real, it would be interesting to see how the Russo brothers would set up the Batman and Robin storyline that could reshape the DCU.
Based on their previous work on Marvel movies such as Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Endgame, we can expect a Batman movie directed by the Russo Brothers to be action-packed with a strong emphasis on character development and storytelling.
The Russo Brothers are known for their ability to balance action with character development and storytelling. They have a talent for creating complex characters with depth and nuance while delivering thrilling action sequences. In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, they explored themes of loyalty and betrayal while also providing some of the most exciting action scenes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In Avengers: Endgame, they brought together dozens of characters from across the MCU for an epic conclusion that was both emotionally satisfying and action-packed.
If they were to direct a Batman movie, we could expect them to bring that same skill and expertise to the project. They would likely focus on exploring the character of Batman in greater depth, delving into his motivations and backstory while delivering plenty of thrilling action sequences. They would also probably bring their signature storytelling style to the project, weaving together multiple plot threads and character arcs into a cohesive whole.