Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JoeZhang, Jul 20, 2013.
"He puts one of your sidekicks in the hospital, you put one of his in Arkham."
And MoS already had the climatic showdown in train station
That makes it sound alittle like Adam-12.
^Which means he'll never let Superman drive the Batmobile....
I loved Adam 12 and the reruns are great to this day.
Affleck's response is hilarious.
Not sure if he's started training for the movie yet, but he definitely looks a lot bigger and buffer than usual.
He's got a good head on his shoulders about this. I find it amusing (and probably beneficial) that WB warned him about the reaction. That was nice of them.
He does indeed look like he's pretty fit already.
I keep saying, look at him in The Town and you'll probably get an idea of the sort of shape he's going to be in for this movie.
As long as he's got a better "Batman" voice than Bale. I mean seriously would it kill a Batman actor to be understandable? I mean Keaton was basically in a lower register of his normal voice. Kilmer same deal. Clooney... well they were basically straight up making B&R a continuation of the old '66 Batman at that point so his Bruce and Batman were identical.
Although a Bah'ston accent would be kinda funny.
"'Ey Supah-mahn! Git down heah. Yah made meh pahk the Bat-cah in th' yahd tah catch yah."
'I cayan't find the khakis to the Batmobile.'
But Adam West's Bruce and Batman were far from identical. His Bruce voice was relaxed, mellow, and naturalistic (except in moments of intense emotion like in the movie when he thought the villains had harmed "Miss Kitka"), while his Batman voice was much more dramatic, urgent, and staccato. They were both clearly Adam West's voice, but the characterizations were very distinct.
Agreed. Adam West, and the series itself, lifted dialogue and tone almost directly from the silver age comics. I just finished reading the Black Casebook and some of the stories from the early to mid-sixties had me channeling the series' narration and Adam West's voice in my head.
^And several of the show's storylines were directly adapted from comics stories.
Clooney has said he will never play a superhero again... at least in my mind!
Amy Adams read for the Rachel Dawes role for Batman Begins in Christian Bale's screen test.
bales wearing the sonar suit from batman forever but in black.
Bale's Batman voice is still ridiculous, that's all I could think watching the screen test
Yikes. As much as I've never been crazy about the Nolan suits, they definitely look a lot better on Bale than that one.
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