>>98630489>inb4 "hurr durr 'adult' dark and edgy"
I really hope they don't skip out on some of the more mature themes in this movie, like the first one had, because it wasn't just standard "kids" movie fare, and it was great because of it. It started off with a man trying to commit suicide, suing Bob when he only ended up with severe industries, and multiple other suits being filed against most Supers.
It also centered around Bob's midlife crisis, a villain who specialized in killing Supers and would not hesitate to kill children, a suspected adultery subplot, and a couple references to people getting blended by a jet engine. It did what it needed to to establish the tone it wanted, and it knew that it's younger audience could handle it. That's part of what made it so great, it didn't treat the audience like they were idiots. I hope that carries over, and they don't try to soften it for a new audience.