15 Times DCEU Cloned MCU Without Anyone Knowing


For a very long time, the DC Films had been contemplating to create a shared superhero universe, but, things never worked out. After the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it became clear that the scope was there, and very successful. That’s when DC figured out that time had come to create a mega start and launched their shared superhero universe with Man of Steel. While it didn’t really get going with a bang, but, it was a good film anyway. However, the two films that followed created a great divide among the fans across age groups. In fact, things have come to the extent that fans either love DC or hate it. Luckily, the Wonder Woman did wonderfully well and stopped the downslide. Now there are various high potential movies coming up and seems like things are going in the right direction for DCEU.


Now that we have mentioned it, a thorough look at these films made us realize something extremely fishy. There are a lot of scenes across their movies and trailers that have released so far that we can’t avoid feeling weird about. The truth is, we have seen a lot of the very same things in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While it is not easy to categorize which of these scenes are “rip-offs,” but, there are numerous instances where DCEU scenes were clearly identical to the MCU. Here, let us take a look at 15 such occasions!

15. Men of armor

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14. The flying Steves

13. Billionaire casanovas

12. The Witches

11. Incredible mentors

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10. The gang of misfits

9. World War II photo

8. Bombing raid

7. The Comedians

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6. The worlds of Gods

5. Wannabes

4. Let the music play

3. The almighty heroes

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2. Daddy’s buddy problems

1. Post-Credit sequences