Thursday, June 4, 2015

“He Who Questions Training Only Trains Himself At Asking Questions.”

In an interview this week, a spokesman for Warner Bros. discussed the studio's approach to making their DC Comics superhero movies. 
"We have a great strategy for the DC films, which is to take these beloved characters and put them in the hands of master filmmakers and make sure they all coordinate with each other." 
"There is intensity and a seriousness of purpose to some of these characters. The filmmakers who are tackling these properties are making great movies about superheroes; they aren’t making superhero movies. And when you are trying to make a good movie, you tackle interesting philosophies and character development."
Woah, woah, woah. Let's back up a minute. He said: 

"The filmmakers who are tackling these properties are making great movies about superheroes; they aren’t making superhero movies."

Welp, if nothing else, at least now we know who's the official spokesman for DC Comics movies.

“He who questions training only trains himself at asking questions.”

“To learn my teachings, I must first teach you how to learn.”

"Learn to hide your strikes from your opponent and you'll more easily strike his hide."


"When you doubt your powers, you give power to your doubts."


“When you can balance a tack hammer on your head, you will head off your foes with a balanced attack.”

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