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...forgot about his role in that film

another rumour has Joseph Gordon-Levitt taking over for Ledger as the Joker (although i find it highly unlikely)

anyone ever notice the uncanny resemblance ?

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...forgot about his role in that film

another rumour has Joseph Gordon-Levitt taking over for Ledger as the Joker (although i find it highly unlikely)

anyone ever notice the uncanny resemblance ?

all will be revealed at Comic Con next week
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Old 07-20-2010, 12:22 PM   #83 (permalink)
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Yeah Crispin Glover would've made a great Joker too...

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Yeah Crispin Glover would've made a great Joker too...

YouTube - Crispin Glover "Clownly Clown Clown"
he is one strange fucking dude isn't he ?

oh and the other guy who i think would make an excellent Riddler is David Tennant


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craig ferguson for riddler
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...forgot about his role in that film

another rumour has Joseph Gordon-Levitt taking over for Ledger as the Joker (although i find it highly unlikely)

anyone ever notice the uncanny resemblance ?

I thought JGL was gonna play Riddler in Batman 3
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I thought JGL was gonna play Riddler in Batman 3
rumours of both...Riddler is much more likely
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rumours of both...Riddler is much more likely
to me, riddler and joker are close
thought they would go different like Mr. Freeze, Penguin, Black Mask,Zsasz(already introduced in the first one), Deadshot and for an odd character, Professor Pyg

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to me, riddler and joker are close
thought they would go different like Mr. Freeze, Penguin, Black Mask, Deadshot and for an odd character, Professor Pyg
i think you have to take into acct who "fits" into Nolan's version of Batman so i'd say Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc and others like them are no-goes..Professor Pyg is an excellent suggestion...never thought of him...Pyg is VERY creepy
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i think you have to take into acct who "fits" into Nolan's version of Batman so i'd say Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc and others like them are no-goes..Professor Pyg is an excellent suggestion...never thought of him...Pyg is VERY creepy
Pyg would be good if it was R rated
Zsasz was already introduced in the first one, so he could enter the final film
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Pyg would be good if it was R rated
Zsasz was already introduced in the first one, so he could enter the final film
Zsasz was introduced in the first? when?
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I'd be disappointed not to see Black Mask in the next Nolan film. It would work perfectly.

Also, just have Batman as the villain. Have him struggle with the choices he's made and move away from the sappy hero trajectory.
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Zsasz was introduced in the first? when?
briefly in Arkham....



i know there was somewhere else but i just can't remember
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Now, I have seen a quick glimpse of the Superman Reboot story in NOTE FORM and can tell you that the Metropolis Police Department are featured heavily in the story trying to overcome the rising gang Intergang who are funded by Lex Luthor and do his "dirty business". "Clark Kent" is not Superman until about 1/3 of the movie has passed and this exclusive news "rejuvinates" the failing Daily Planet reputation and also springboards the career of Lois Lane.

I know that Brainiac comes to Earth about half way through the movie but didn't see the page of why he comes to earth as my co-worker was hogging the pages. Brainiac does cause some damage on Earth and interacts and takes over technology and stuff like that. He also kills a key person in the Superman mythology but I won't reveal who but it isn't Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen or Perry White.

Characters like Detectives Dan Turpin and Maggie Sawyer are featured heavily in the story along with Commissioner Henderson.
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Comic books are so early 90's.
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Comic books are so early 90's.
That may be true, however, it was a huge part of my childhood and really improved my reading skills and love of reading overall.

I'd say with the rise of video games (and think about the influence Comics had on them in the past 10 years or so), what you're seeing is more of a video form of comics and the story lines etc.

That being said, there's still a huge market for comics and I've seen a resurgence in the past 2 years (that is re-entering the mainstream).
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Comic books are so early 90's.
wow...not trying to pick on you 007 but that is such a naive statement that i have to respond...read this

In Europe, ancient cave paintings, stained-glass windows, the Bayeux Tapestry in France, and 15th-century German woodcuts are all examples of messages communicated through a series of artistic images. In Asia, Buddhist monks in 6th and 7th century Japan created "picture scrolls" which told epic stories, using symbols such as falling cherry blossoms to indicate the passage of time. Long before the arrival of the Europeans, Australian Aborigines were painting sequential images on bark and rocks to relate their own "dreamtime stories." In Mexico, wall murals in Teotihuacan show illustrated stories of jaguars which even utilize a form of speech balloons.
The current and rather narrow English term "comics" comes from comical versions that gained tremendous popularity in England and the US in the late 1800s and early 1900s. However, this medium is being used nowadays to communicate a whole variety of messages, often more serious than funny. The international audience on the receiving end of this information is enormous.
Throughout Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, billions of people of all ages are avid readers of publications they call manga, manhwa, bande dessinée, historieta, foto novela, fumetti, or some other term within their own culture. All of these are versions and variations of the narrative picture-stories called "comics" in the West.
In fact, this visual medium is the world’s most widely-read form of popular literature.

and a few more examples from around the world.....

Roughly 2 billion paperback comic books and magazines are sold in Japan every year, 40 percent of all Japan's printed material.
Japan's comics, or manga, business accounts for nearly 40 percent of all the books and magazines published in Japan each year, with sales approaching the equivalent of $7 billion

In Hong Kong novels and plays were once leading sources for film scenarios; today, the comic book is king.
Comic book reading is becoming more and more prevalent among Hong Kong teenagers these days. On buses, on the MTR, in restaurants - everywhere you see young people with their heads buried in comics.

The top 2 Thai comics are Kai Hua Roah ("Laughter for Sale") and Mahasanook ("Super Fun"). Together they sell over 8 million copies a month, based on an independent audit.

Graphic novel comics featuring France's popular cartoon character Astérix le Gaulois (Astérix, the warrior of ancient Gaul) have sold approximately 200 million copies.
The comic character Tintin has turned 70, and though he has almost outgrown his target audience -- children from 7 to 77 -- his appeal remains timeless. Some Tintin volumes have been published in 58 languages.

In recent years, the American comic book industry has been revived by more elaborate-style comic books that bear little resemblance to the old-time, roll-into-your-back-pocket paper comics. Slick-papered, book-length graphic novels accounted for some $245 million in retail sales last year, a steadily increasing chunk of the $570 million comic book market.
The United Nations recently announced that it is teaming up with Marvel Comics. The unlikely partnership will publish a comic featuring the usual Marvel superheros working mask-in-glove with U.N. peacekeeping forces and agencies such as UNICEF. Their mission: to bring peace to war torn nations and rid the world of disease.


i could go on and on and post quotes from just about every country in the world...fact is that comics are a massive worldwide industry that comes in many shapes and forms...and in reality has been around for centuries
to say it's "so 90's" is ludicrous
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good times, good times
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good times, good times
...i hear ya...late 80's and early 90's are pretty much a fuzzy blur for me

i mentioned in a few posts above how Chris Hemsworth had put on a lot of size since taking on the role of Thor....probably 20-25 lbs ?
check out this new pic of him in the movie

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