All claims to the excessive gloom of the movie "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" are groundless, since there is nothing far-fetched in the picture, it reflects reality. Deborah Snyder, producer and wife of director Zach Snyder, spoke about this in an interview with Forbes.
"Someone says that he is too gloomy, and I ask in response:" Is this so? "His heroes have to solve the same problems as most of us every day. For me this is not a sign It's just life. We are all complex creatures. That is why we tried to make the main characters more down-to-earth. So, I don't think it's about gloom. We are just complex, not textbook Nice Guys who always do only good ", - she said.
Recall that despite the movie's financial success, the management of Warner Bros. was dissatisfied with the effect she had and devastating criticism against her. After the release of Batman v Superman, the studio's management initiated massive reforms and reallocation of powers to increase control over the comic book adaptations.
In fact, the era of directors' undivided power on the set and in editing studios is over.
The Topic of Article: Deborah Snyder urged not to see Batman v Superman as dark.