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As the DCEU movies continue their questionable performance at the box office, and amid the constant production of bat Man content, fans have suggested that DC you must give your Superman animated films a live action adaptation. And from everything that was published, they have suggested that superman vs the elite it’s perfect for the big screen as a live-action reboot.
Reddit user u/SchlongSchlock shared a clip from the 2012 animated film, superman vs the elite at r/DCcomics. They think now is the perfect time to turn this fairly recent animated film into a live-action adaptation.
For those who don’t know what this movie is about, it is about a group of anti-heroes called The Elite teaming up with Superman. But later, the two are at odds after the Superman group doesn’t like his methods.
Fans agreed with OP and said that DC is better off producing animated content instead of sticking to live action. Thye also agreed that the animation industry deserves more respect and should not be looked down upon as they can tell compelling stories, even if it takes a long time to do so.
Some have suggested that this film may be part of DC superman and lois. However, it needs to be slightly adjusted to fit the show. However, some thought it might not fit with the show’s theme of Superman and Lois taking care of a family.
Others have pointed out that this film was already “somewhat” adapted on the CW. supergirl — the group of antiheroes appeared in season 4 of the show.
However, some pointed out that if this movie gets a live-action reboot, DC could screw it up and perform poorly like DC’s other live-action movies. They also believed that requesting a live-action adaptation continues to invalidate the efforts of the animation industry.
It looks like fans are checking out DC animated content as they continue to wait for the next DC movie. And while it’s interesting to see a live-action adaptation of their animated shows and movies, maybe they’re best left alone. We’ve all seen what Disney has done for their live-action adaptations of their classic animated movies, who’s to say DC won’t do the same?