Heya everyone, now I'm sure you've noticed how big the superhero genre's gotten in the recent years. What was once a cinematic black sheep has now become what might be the highest grossing genre in years, with new installments of the MCU coming out every year as box office titans on par with Star Wars. Now naturally a lot of people have tried replicating the success of pop culture giants like the Avengers franchise and the very successful formula that made it possible, the cinematic universe, some successfully (Conjuring, MonsterVerse also seems to be doing alright as well) and others not so much (Dark universe, shudders).
But one franchise I felt should have been huge is the DCEU, adaptations of some of the most famous of superheroes, legends of the genre like Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. However it never really did well critically or financially so far (Except for WW), with a combination of questionable decisions, studio meddling and uncertain planning being contributors to an