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10 Superhero Team-Ups we’d like to see after BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN

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In 2012, The Avengers finally assembled in cinemas. However, it’s 2015 which will give us the ultimate team-up movie as director Zack Snyder brings together Batman and Superman. With new details coming thick and fast (recent reports have included the news that the Caped Crusader’s suit will be based on Jim Lee’s designs and that Nightwing will make an appearance), we thought that now would be a good time to look at ten more superhero team-up’s we would like to see on the big – or small – screen. So, what are you waiting for? Check them out below and let us know your thoughts in the comment section at the bottom of the page!

10. Cable & Deadpool


Ryan Reynolds and director Tim Miller both recently said that work is (VERY) slowly moving ahead on the Deadpool movie, but the logical choice with X-Force now on the way from Kick-Ass 2 helmer Jeff Wadlow would be to pit the Merc With a Mouth and Cable together before that ensemble. In the leaked script, it was Colossus who seemingly took Cable’s place, but as recent comic books have made Deadpool a pivotal member of the black ops mutant team, it would be silly to not take advantage of that by first introducing these two in their own film. Regardless of who takes top billing, Cable & Deadpool would help build interest in X-Force and the friction filled relationship between these two is too good to not be explored on the big screen!

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  • Puny Banner

    Hulk need solo film, Hulk SMASH stupid executives!!!

  • Jugo Aich

    They should keep TV and movie universes isolated from each other. Combining them would take away the creative freedom Arrow enjoys(same for the upcoming Flash series). Let them do their own thing. Arrow has featured a lot of DC characters and most of em are drastically different from their comic book counterparts. Also, Justice League needs actors who can carry a movie on their own. Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin can’t. Let their be full-fledged DC universe on TV isolated from the movie universe. It could be Earth-n to DC’s movie universe, if they ever wish to exploit that concept, that is.