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Heath Ledger as The Joker tho? hmmm.
I liked Batman Begins though it wasn't as good as I wished.
he's pretty (in a Knight's Tale esp)
he kicked the Batmobile.
and I thought Paul Bettany would have made a better Joker, but I'm willing to reserve judgement.
they'll use bits of The Long Halloween and that to tease the Dent/Two Face thing in the same way they teased Harry becoming Goblin through Spiderman 2, so Two Face will be the main baddie in the '3rd' film. I reckons.
Interesting that they're trying to do the same thing as before, aren't they? I like that Billy Dee Williams had to be bought out of that contract but I'd have loved to have seen his take on Two Face for Tim Burton.
I think this will be good!
i'm really looking forward to this.
was pretty pefect, except the ending didn`t tallie up with the first one and katie holmes did not fit the part she was given
great if not even katie holmes couldn't ruin it for me.
But 2008? What the fuck is with these 3 year gaps? The fucking pulled off a LOTR film EVERY YEAR, mofos and they're putting out a Harry Potter film every 18 months.
Star Wars only had 3 year breaks because Lucas was doing EVERYTHING and there wasn't a single physical set...and before that because the SFX stuff just wasn't there to do it. I find it hard to believe the likes of Batman and Spiderman really need this much of a break to put them together.
i'm guessing it's all to do with marketing campaigns and the like i guess. plus Chris Nolan's doing other films as well in between.
but the filming side isn't really the slog. Harry Potter isn't.
I honestly think it's more about studios seeing the Star Wars thing and reckoning there's more money to be made by taking this long... I'm sure they could have released Spider-Man III last year.
to do with actor availability and they probably wanted to wait and see if it was a success.
My answer had far more hyperbole and wild speculation and so is naturally the more correct one.
You'll be saying we shouldn't lynch paediatricians next!