It is fairly easy to title a superhero movie. Most of the time, you just name it after the hero or their cool-sounding nickname (The Dark Knight, Man of Steel). However, bring two superheroes together, as in the case of the hotly anticipated 2015 duelling between the Caped Crusader and the Last Son of Krypton, and figuring out a title may be a little harder than you think. Batman vs. Superman seems like a good title, as does World’s Finest, a DC Comics series featuring the two illustrious heroes. But there is room for creativity.
This week, Warner Bros. registered a list of titles and domain names through MarkMonitor, an internet brand protection company, and unfortunately, they are all quite horrible.
- Jordan Adler
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