The DC Extended Universe has been exploring their less known characters, movies such as Aquaman, Shazam! And Wonder Woman done extremely well with ratings. Warner Bros. Is Reportedly planning movies such as Titans and Plastic Man, although Titans are becoming more popular due to their hit TV series on DC Universe, Plastic Man isn’t a popular character, some DC fans don’t even recognise his name our abilities. ‘We Got This Covered’ is now reporting that Warner Bros. Is doing a red hood movie!
Many DC fans may be confused, the Red Hood storyline doesn’t fit into the DCEU (unless it’s a prequel). If you’re not familiar with the red hood storyline read along as I give a brief description, please note there are serious spoilers, if you don’t read comics there’s an animated movie ‘Batman: Under The Red Hood’.
Jason Todd, the former Robin killed by the Joker in Batman: A Death in the Family, is revealed to have been resurrected by Ra’s al Ghul via the Lazarus Pit. But the pit changes him and his emotions and he becomes the new Red Hood. His debut culminates in a fateful confrontation with those he feels have wronged him.
Although this Seems like an excellent and exciting film, it doesn’t make sense to have it in the current DC Extended Universe. A Batman Trilogy is officially in the works, using this storyline for one of the three would be excellent, there’s also a Joker movie on the way and Birds Of Prey right after that so it’s important Warner Bros. Doesn’t focus too much on Gotham. An excellent and simple idea is to base the movie in the 1990s, although that’s the current year for Robert Pattinson’s ‘The Batman’ it would be a lot less confusing and the movie would come a lot sooner, in Batman V Superman Dawn Of Justice, we see Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) depressingly look at a Robin costume with the words “The Joke’s On You Batman” written on it, Although Zack Snyder Stated it’s not Jason Todd’s Robin, Warner Bros. Would more likely change Snyder’s vision.
Although a movie like this should be R rated, it’s more likely going to be placed with a PG-13 rating, for a stronger box office performance.