How the DC Extended Universe can save itself
It's been interesting to watch the DC Cinematic Universe (or Extended Universe) develop over the last few years of superhero cinema. Made up of just two movies so far—2013's Man of Steel and this year's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice—it bears the burden of poor reviews, and also a sort of Johnny-Come-Lately perception when compared to competitor Marvel Studios' five-year lead on its own cinematic universe. Based on what's happened so far, it's easy to imagine that if DC doesn't turn things around soon, its stab at a shared movie universe might end up fizzling out before it even gets off the ground. But despite its spotty track record thus far, there are still some ways DC can turn it all around, save their universe, and start delivering the goods.