Vaughn Has Experience Working In Franchises Started By Other Directors

One problem that various franchises face is an overwhelming shift in style when a new director steps in. You want something that feels new, while also existing in the same universe. Although Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class arguably feels like the most tonally and stylistically distinct of all the existing X-Men movies, he still managed to latch onto the very specific themes and ideas that make the X-Men films what they are. On that note, while we can pretty much guarantee that Vaughn's version of a Superman story will likely carve out its own niche in terms of aesthetic, he has proven that he knows how to take themes established in the first Man of Steel and expand on them in a way that feels natural and organic for the existing DC Extended Universe.

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