Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
Nolan walking like the boss he is
I stumbled upon an interesting tidbit about the eventual toy line. I guess the main line will be 3.75 inch figures in addition to a Move Masters line. Kinda how they did Green Lantern (but different from the first two Nolan Bat-films).
At least we're getting a Movie Masters line.
Sub 4-inch action figures.
Actor Rob Brown joins the cast. I'm surprised that cast members are still being added
Probably for extremely minor roles for short scenes for nobody actors that didn't need to be cast months in advance. Movies do this all the time.
Horsehit. That's the correct size for action figures. They're small enough so as not cause girls to go running if they spot them sat on your shelf and offer terrific playset and vehicle possibilities.
Not Reb Brown? Because Batman vs Captain America would be cool!!!!!!
Depending on the girls, I think they go running regardless.
I prefer my decorative action figures in the 8-9" range. Not the tiny range like the GI-Joes of the '80s. Those things were horseshit.
Let's hear it for Blast Hardcheese!
Bull. 6 inch figures or bust.
They are making those too. So everyone is happy.
Except the people who wanted the figures in the same scale as the main BB & TDK lines.
The Movie Masters figures are great. I can't wait to own The Dark Knight Rises figures from that line.
I'll probably be getting the 3.75 inch figures. I prefer that scale.
I'd like to see how they improve the 6 inch batman figure.
Batman in the "Dark Knight Rises" still wears the 2nd movie costume.
^ From what we've seen so far yeah...and I've not seen or heard anything that he's getting a new suit.
I guess this would be the first Batman sequel where he doesn't get a new suit?
It looks at least slightly different to me in some of the photos.
Bale looks (and is) buffer, and so he fills out the suit a bit more, but the suit looks pretty much the same at least to me.
The Dark Knight Rises won the Most Anticipated Movie award at the 2011 Scream Awards tonight and embedded below is the acceptance speech from the film's stars Gary Oldman, Joseph-Gordon Levitt and Anne Hathaway.
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