What started as a mere conversation between a couple has now got Twitter excited and begging for DC to make it!
A couple of days ago, Alexis Nedd, an editor at Cosmopolitan, shared a screenshot of a conversation she had with her boyfriend when he asked her what she felt would be the perfect Batman movie. Her response is absolute gold!
She not only pictured Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson donning the cape but also outlined a jaw-dropping plot for the movie.
Sharing a screenshot of the conversation, she tweeted: "My boyfriend made the mistake of asking me what my perfect batman movie would be and the real question is why aren't i already writing batman movies."
Explaining her perfect Batman movie, Nedd wrote:
Oh my perfect batman movie is the santa clause with the batsuit where a young black woman, maybe played by Tessa Thompson, accidentally kills batman and receives a message to put on the suit.
And the villain is Jason Todd who wanted the suit for himself which is why he faked his death, because a Robin is stuck in his own suit/death cycle and can never take the cowl. Tessa Thompson vs Taylor Kitch as Jason.
Having played a badass Valkyrie in Ragnarok, Thompson would absolutely nail the role. And guess what! The actress has given her thumbs up to the plot. Replying to the tweet, Thompson said: "Let's do thissss @SterlingKBrown."
Sterling Brown, whose name was pitched for Lucius for the imaginary DC movie, is best known for his role as Randall Pearson on This Is Us.
"Haha! I mostly just want to work with @SterlingKBrown," added Thompson.
While DCEU contemplates the plot, DC fans have already given a green signal to the project. Responding to Nedd's tweet, Twitterati said they would definitely go watch the movie if it was made.
it's almost as if...you said that exact thing!!!— Pierre, the French Man from France (@Darth_Rthano) January 26, 2018
(i would pay a lot of money to watch this batman movie
Replace Jason Todd with Damien Wayne and you've got yourself a great idea. Jason needs screen time, but not like that.— Baxter (@BaxterCowhig) January 25, 2018
I... didn't think about it like that, but yes! That totally works!— Baxter (@BaxterCowhig) January 25, 2018