Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by Haloid1177, Mar 30, 2017.
Real talk. I was under the impression that this was still connected to the DCEU and not the upcoming The Batman film (or whatever it's being called) that's it's own continuity.
Well he’s been hitting kids for years only a matter of time before he snapped.
@Daelo88 considering The Flash movie is supposed to be DC's Multiverse event it's actually entirely possible this could be the Batgirl from Twilight Batman's film. Doesn't matter to me really. Based on the last couple of DC films I can almost guarantee that this thread will actually be more entertaining than the actual film itself. Maybe I'll be surprised when I see it?
They were going to have the Joker played by a black actor in Black Lightning if they've gotten another season.
"Homie don't play dat!"
"Homie the clown, don't mess around!" OMG if that was the Joker, I'd laugh so hard.
saw this coming
Wonder if they would have still painted him white or if they’d have gone with a different aesthetic entirely.
They probably would've gone with the "he's wearing makeup" angle.
So is this set in the DCEU or the Matt Reeves filmverse?
Let's keep this on track.
No one is quite sure anymore. I'm sure we get a clarifying press release in a month or so.
Batgirl: Justice League's JK Simmons to Return as Commissioner Gordon
Triumph! Laughter of triumph!
Well, I guess that answers what continuity this is set in...
So I'm guessing Barbara will be biracial or adopted?
That's my guess, Barbara Sr or whoever her mother is in this continuity will probably be where most of Babs' skin tone will come from.
Well she was adopted in the comics for awhile. One of Gordon's relatives had issues and he adopted his niece.
I remember that, I think that was the first Post-Crisis Babs. I know for certain that was the version Loeb and Sale used for her pre-Batgirl appearance in the "Legends of the Dark Knight" Halloween special with the Mad Hatter, which with a couple others, led to the "Long Halloween" series.
Following 1984's continuity-altering CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS event, Barbara was given a new history. After the tragic deaths of her biological parents, Barbara, now better known as “Babs,” was adopted by her uncle, Jim Gordon, in Gotham City. There, she became obsessed with the city's Caped Crusader, Batman.
Thanks, I never did get to read those particular issues of that era.
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