Matt Vaughn Talking to DC? Rian Johnson Responds to ‘Last Jedi’ Anger and More! – ComicCorp News

Matthew Vaugn in talks with DC Comics? – Matthew Vaughn talked to IGN about possibly joining DC. When asked if he had any interest in joining the Blue Brand, Vaughn replied by saying; “Never say never.”

He goes on to say;

I’m at that stage in my career where it’s quite important to me who I’m working with … I do love the world of DC, and I’ve been talking to them at the moment about a few things. It’s more fun getting involved with franchises when they’re on the down, because then it’s easier to make a good film. So if I got involved with a few of the superhero films out there that have been disappointing, it’s going to at least… if I do OK, it’ll probably be better.

Vaughn did comment on the Avengers trailer, saying;

…it looked like bloody Justice League… Christ, I just got through Justice League… I’m more into the Guardians and Doctor Strange. I feel they’re at least evolving more. But how many times can we see all these guys come together to fight off an alien invasion?

Rian Johnson Replies to Criticism – Rian Johnson has made the most divisive and polarized film to date in the “Star Wars” cannon. When approached by this, and asked about how he feels about the fans tepid response, he replied;

I’m aware through my own experience that, first of all, the fans are so passionate, they care so deeply — sometimes they care very violently at me on Twitter. But it’s because they care about these things, and it hurts when you’re expecting something specific and you don’t get it from something that you love. It always hurts, so I don’t take it personally if a fan reacts negatively and lashes out on me on Twitter. That’s fine. It’s my job to be there for that. Like you said, every fan has a list of stuff they want a Star Wars movie to be and they don’t want a Star Wars movie to be. You’re going to find very few fans out there whose lists line up.

I also know the same way the original movies were personal for Lucas. Lucas never made a Star Wars movie by sitting down and thinking, ‘What do the fans want to see?’ And I knew if I wrote wondering what the fans would want, as tempting as that is, it wouldn’t work, because people would still be shouting at me, ‘F— you, you ruined Star Wars,’ and I would make a bad movie. And ultimately, that’s the one thing nobody wants.”

And let me just add that 80-90% of the reaction I’ve gotten from Twitter has been really lovely. There’s been a lot of joy and love from fans. When I talk about the negative stuff, that’s not the full picture of the fans at all.

The audience score for “The Last Jedi” continues to dip, reaching 56 percent on Rotten Tomatoes ‘Audience Score’.

Quick Hits – Justice League will end worldwide run around $675 million. J.J. Abrams has already pitched Star Wars Episode IX to Disney.

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