No matter what happens under James Gunn and Peter Safran's watch, there can't be any way that the new and improved DCU would produce anything that could even compare to 2004's Catwoman.
The most dismal part of the disastrous box office bomb is that, despite losing a fortune by failing to pay back its $100 million budget, it remained the highest-grossing superhero film for more than a dozen years until Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot, and Wonder Woman came along.
The worst-reviewed DC film there is ever been ties up with Halle Berry's Razzie-winning picture thanks to an outrageous 18 percent user rating, compared to Helen Slater's 26 percent, so it's not like one's blowing the other out of the water.
As luck would have it, one of the worst cinema films in history has become the focus of a Reddit debate about the single worst movie ever committed to celluloid, with the pertinent question being asked if the cringeworthy basketball showcase can truly be characterized as the bottom of the barrel when it comes to moving images.
If it isn't, then Catwoman isn't exactly the weakest moment, but it might not even be the worst, depending on how you feel about a terrible take on an icon that decided to have one of the printed page's most famous female protagonists fight with an evil moisturizer.