That's true.Shwiggie wrote:It's because whenever other characters get movies, the mainstream collectively yawns. Remember the Wonder Woman and Green Lantern movies? Nobody else does. It's why we'll never see that Judas Contract movie they mentioned when they trust started this venture or anything with Flash or his rogues gallery.
I also don't think the Judas Contract movie would've worked for them anyways because the Teen Titans children's show kind of already ran with it, and whatever fans the characters have because of the cartoon would be confused by the fact the movie wasn't aimed at little kids.
And it doesn't help that Warner Brothers has, except for Alan Moore stories, screwed up every non-Superman/Batman live action project they've ever had their hands on.
I hope in the future they can use Batman and Superman to push other, lesser known, teams such as the WWII adventures of the JSA (featuring the golden age versions of Superman and Batman), Batman and the Outsiders (perfectly set up after Batman quit the JLA at the end of Justice League Doom), or Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes (which might still have a little recognizability from their short-lived tv show), or spin Young Justice off into their own movie now that their series is ending. Or go big and do a two-part Crisis on Infinite Earths movie like they did with The Dark Knight Returns.