The letter is called: "An Open Letter to Hollywood: Please, No More Shitty Comic Book Films" You can read the full letter by clicking here.
His premise is that yes, comic book movies are making tons of money. However, they could be loyal to comics and still appeal to the general public as well as comic book fans. He provides 5 "rules" for Hollywood to follow in order to accomplish this:
- If You Don't Have A Script, Don't Start Filming
- Not Every Comic Book Character Can Carry A Film
- Lights. Camera. Action?
- Know When To End A Good Thing
- The World Needs A Justice League
- Understand that the movie is not always about a specific story, but rather a character, and therefore shouldn't be compared strictly with a comic.
- Don't complain that there isn't enough action in the first movie - the general public doesn't have the information you do as to how the character got his/her powers, so give the storyteller the time to explain it.
- Try to separate your love of the character from the love of film and see if the movie was entertaining as a movie before you condemn it for not living up to your high expectations.