Right, cause Husky Harris and the Fiend are even remotely alike.
That was so obviously an insult I didn't think I needed to say it. Never once did I compare Husky Harris to "Le Fiend". It was a joke that only really highlights how Wyatt jumps from cringe gimmick to cringe gimmick. And it's still just as laughable that you would compare "Le Fiend" to the Joker regardless.
there are millions of people who are going to see the Joker movie who haven't picked up a comic book their entire lives.
And? What does this prove? Avengers Endgame is the highest grossing movie of all time, and I bet you a huge chunk of that audience (a majority, actually) have never even sniffed a comic book in their lives. You wanna know what this proves? Comic book movies are popular
. Especially comic book movies with great reviews.
Wow, go figure, who could've guessed.
And you think Wyatt is going to tap into that demographic with his edgy Ronald McDonald costume?
They are going to see it because the character is entertaining, same as the Fiend.
Wow, insanely sound logic here. Not even sure if I should bite.
So the Joker = entertaining, therefore a cringe-tastic, 13-year-old's fanfic version of the Joker is also entertaining...k.
Wyatt wouldn't be half as entertaining as any version of the Joker even if he had just as long to develop as the Joker has. It's just not even comparable. Wyatt comes off as even more tryhard than Leto's Joker, and we all know how that turned out.
These psychotic characters are interesting.
of them are, not all. When done right, you get a masterpiece. When done poorly, you get something with middling reviews (IT Chapter II as an example), or something that completely bombs (like Suicide Squad). Yes, those movies failing had many different factors behind them (Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise is still great in the second movie imo) but people don't think "le chaos" villains are great just for the sake of being "random". It has to be done right ffs, else you get shit like Jared Leto making everyone cringe with his whole "mailing used condoms to my coworkers" shtick.
Wyatt comes off as goofy, and not at all intimidating. I laugh pretty much every time he appears now. The high-pitched edgy tune doesn't help, and the silly flickering lights are WWE basically saying "ooooohhhh, isn't this spoooooky?" It's just so......stupid. Taker, Kane, and Foley didn't come off nearly as tryhard as this.