lunes, 28 de marzo de 2016


Warning: Spoiler de la película.

Christopher Nolan estuvo en contra del controvertido final de Man of Steel, en que es asesinado el General Zod, y ahora también estuvo en contra del final de Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Para The Collider el director Zack Snyder explica el tema:

"It was pretty early, and Christopher Nolan and I had long conversation about it, a really great, sort of philosophical conversation about it. He was really cool because he played an amazing devil’s advocate about why not to do it, and then in the end was like, ‘No you’re right, it’s better to do it."

También Zack Snyder, comenta que una de las razones que le llevó al asesinato de Superman, fue el que Batman sea quién junta a la Justice League.

"We had a version that we talked about where Superman just—this isn’t it, but where he got frozen and shot into space or something, so he’s kinda gone. Because one of the big things I wanted to make sure of was that as we went into Justice League, Bruce Wayne was the one who was gathering the Justice League. I thought it was really important to have Bruce Wayne be the samurai who goes and finds the other samurai, that to me was important. And with Superman around it’s kinda hard, because Superman’s Superman so it’s kinda hard for Bruce to be like, ‘Yeah I wanna put a Justice League together’. It’s like, ‘Okay, but maybe Superman should be doing that. You’re just a guy. You’re a cool guy, don’t get me wrong, but you’re just a guy."

Otra razón el hacer de Superman alguien más humano.

“I thought for the evolution of Superman’s character, there’s a crucible that he has to go through to really embrace his humanity or find what is the ultimate thing about being human? The ultimate thing you face is your mortality, and that’s a thing that I think is really cool about this.” 

Y al final de la entrevista habla sobre su evidente resurrección a posteriori.

“I’m gonna say this: the second you do the first part of it, the death and resurrection are the same thing in a weird way. You have to know. The reason I wanted to do it the way we did it is because I don’t want the audience completely off the hook with it. They still have to go like, ‘What the fuck? Are you kidding me?’. There’s a way to signal towards a more definitive resurrection concept, but I didn’t wanna do that because I want that to be real for them when they see it, I want the experience to be real and then the sort of need to be real later on. Suffice it to say there is a plan, but that’s gonna be—you need to wait and see."

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