Can we all agree that these costumes are absolute shit?
This. Considering like three of them are gangster trash, the outfits work, but having all three of them dressed like that is a little much. Boomering and Diablo are basically dressed the same, but they hid it by giving Boomering a coat.
Its so the US government can wash their hands of them. If the SS rocks up in jumpsuits with professional gear, people will ask questions. If they are just in what they are comfortable and familiar with people won't ask questions.
overall they're pretty bad, but I do like some of the individual parts, like Diablo's tattoo face, Katana's and Headshot's mask, but when they're all put together, it looks dreadful.
Also, why does croc's makeup look like they poured cement over his face and its starting to fall off? It should be more scaly and organic looking.
mfw insecure DCucks
>N-no, they're perfect! DC can do no wrong!
What's so wrong with having a costume that's at least a little bit like Harley's original?
Maybe if you're blind and can only see colors. It's pretty obvious Boomer is wearing a track suit like some Slavic trash. Diablo is wearing a letter jacket. They look totally different. Boomer comes off as someone who's dirty and a criminal. Diablo looks like a Mexican gang enforcer.
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it looks like an episode of power rangers
same with that shot of bucky against those mountains
as much as the dceu does wrong at least it have cinematic composition and cinematography
>The only person who looks like they dressed themselves is Katana and Rick.
The only one who is dressed sloppily is Boomer, and he seems the most perfectly like his comic book counter part.
What comic book is this from? That's pretty realistic art. It almost looks like it's from some sort of live-action motion picture, the sort one would discuss on the Television & Film board.
The rightmost one looks devilishly strapping.
Can we all agree that The Wall isn't nearly fat enough?
That doesn't bother me. She's a capable actress. She's perfectly able to build the character into what it needs to be on her own steam, and realize it with her own talent.
I don't think actors should always read the source material. I think the writers, producers, directors, etc. should, but I wouldn't say that its a requirement in every case.