It Sucks to be Batman! (And Batwoman!) | SJU

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Snyder Cut has reignited the Affleck Batman debate and Ruby Rose quit being Batwoman! Why has wearing the cowl sometimes been so difficult for the people wearing them? We discuss!
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It Sucks to be Batman! (And Batwoman!) | SJU
Hosted by Roth Cornet (@RothCornet)
Featuring: Danielle Radford (@danielleradford), Spencer Gilbert (@SpencerJGilbert) & Joe Starr (@joestarr187)
Produced by Ryan O’Toole (@ryanohtrue)
Tech Director: Jonathan Moulton

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Executive Producer: Roth Cornet
Writer/Producer: Joe Starr
Writer: Eric Goldman
Supervising Producer: Max Dionne
Senior Producer: Billy Patterson
Post-Production Supervisor: Emin Bassavand

21 COMMENTS

  1. They should make a batman that feels like Sherlock Holmes. And do that successfully and establish that then they should make it like sherlock meets superman and cosmic stuff that would be interesting. Imo

  2. For the skeptics and those who were against this cut being released. Just know, you don’t have to watch it and no one is making you. Have a good day! ✌🏾

  3. Y’all need to chill with the pessimism. Mass moviegoing is not going away just because of Corona. It’s a very premature prediction, to say the chains will be abolished and 95% of the biz will be streaming. Maybe someday. Eventually. But, that day is a lot further down the road.

  4. Has anyone enjoyed being Batman yet? I mean, he's not the most cheery guy, but you get to be freakin Batman! I think they need to stop casting movie stars, or even rising stars, and just audition. Find they guy that will just become the face of Batman and who knows, maybe have a ball playing him as well?

  5. Joe and Spencer are so handsome, not in a fake movie star way, but in an honest-to-goodness “if I saw them at the mall or the store I’d blush” kind of way.

  6. I wish everyone could learn the term "trauma-informed", because we have hosts on the show who are trauma-informed and can identify with when another person suffered trauma. Such as, Ruby Rose had a bad trauma working on the show. "I understand why a person wouldn't want to go back to the scene of where trauma happened!" Being trauma-informed is active, operational compassion.

  7. Any time there are technical difficulties, ive had the terrible realization that the first thing that pops up in my head is the video clip of Bill O'Reilly having a meltdown on set for his show and screaming "** it! We'll do it live!"
    So that is some weird ptsd i should probably work through.

  8. You know.. as a kid, my favourite superhero was never batman. However, I have been rooting for Pattinson's take on him. That being said, I'm waiting for a version of Batman I genuinely grow to love and I hope the DCEU takes shape into something that doesn't look like a dead end.

  9. So no one is going to tell the truth and admit that Batwoman sucked? I wouldn’t put the blame entirely on Ruby Rose as I had more issues with the script, plot and story arcs.

  10. ROTH, your Public Service Announcement (PSA) today and every other day are wonderful moments of warmth for me. Yes, my fellow human beings, let's remember to be loving, responsible, and understanding. Our actions affect others.

  11. She worked 14 to 16 hours a day on Batwoman. Ruby Rose is in new 4 movies coming out. An action comedy, an animated movie, an action thriller and one other. She was also good in John Wick 2😎!

  12. Spencer: “Warners will dole out the Synder Cut in pieces over several months and then release the full cut several months later.” Spencer’s cynicism is on point. 🎯 Hollywood Reporter basically revealed the same thing in their coverage. I think the executives call them “chapters”.

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