There’s a rumor going around that Warner Bros. doesn’t want you laughing when you watch Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice in March 2016, or any of their DC Comics movies for that matter. According to HitFix’s Drew McWeeney, and a few other writers around the web, the studio implemented a rule that’s to set the tone for all of their superhero movies: “No Jokes.” McWeeney writes, “DC treats their superhero characters more like gods,” whereas Marvel, the opposition, has characters that are more human-like and flawed. This “No Jokes” policy might also be a response to the highly-comedic tone in Marvel’s movies. (CONT’D)
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