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Batman writers need to stop relying on The Joker and Penguin as their primary crutch. It’s boring, tried and we’ve been living it since the Adam West show of the 60s.
Re•displacement is an intriguing short that gives a new take on the idea of memory and trauma. Insanely well shot with some inventive visuals and great performances, it’s the kind of short that makes you sit up and pay attention to the people who made it because you can tell that the day someone throws them a movie budget that there’s going to be something magic going on.
Megan McDonnell, a staff writer on the Marvel-based series WandaVision, to pen a script for a follow-up to 2019’s Captain Marvel.