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Chris McKay gives us all the hype on the coming “Nightwing” film

Let this be a clear win for DC, please!
Dulani Wilson 15th September, 2017 Comics, Movie
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Even with news of Nightwing making it to a DC Comics TV series – Titans – the infamous ex-protege of the Dark Knight will have his day on the cinema screen. Remember the news of that Nightwing feature? Well, it’s still happening, and the director Chris McKay has been dishing out some news on the just what fans can expect.

It’s gonna be a f-cking badass action movie with a lot of heart and emotion. It’s gonna be a crazy, fun ride. Whoever gets cast as Nightwing, and any of the other actors around, are gonna go through a f-cking boot camp experience because it’s gonna be a lot. I’m not gonna do a lot of CG. It’s gonna be all real sh-t. It’s gonna be real stuntwork, and they’re gonna need to do all of the stuff on camera and do it credibly. For the cast and the crew, it’s gonna be a visceral experience, and for the audience. It’s not gonna be like a lot of these movies where there’s a lot of CG and flying, and things like that. Everything he does is gonna have to be real. His superpower is being really f-cking good, as a human being, at fighting and gymnastics and sh-t like that, so you’re gonna see that on screen. It’s gonna be fun!

 
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We see also Nightwing is a favourite of McKay too, and he breaks down how important and unique the DC character is:

You always thought Robin was the dork and were like, ‘I don’t want to be like Robin. I don’t want to play with Robin. I wanna play Batman.’ But Robin was there as a window character for little kids like me to understand Batman’s world and see into Batman’s world. There’s no other character in comics that went through this real-time transition. Every other character lives in a rough version of the age that they’re in. Very few characters actually grow up in the comics and become something else, and go from being a boy to being an adult, and have their own life and become their own thin

 

Well, colour us hopeful and elated. Let’s hope this along with the Joker film will add a nice little variation to the current DCEU formula.

More as things develop.
 

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