Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
Yes, but can it drive up the side of buildings?
Joey King gives away some detail and gives a bit of a spoiler/ confirms fan theory in an interview.
I love the how the comments section is going crazy with "NOLAN iZ GONNA Punsih HER!!!11!!!one!" as if Chris Nolan really gives two shits.
This is why i am a geek. I nearly choked laughing.
Wow. That was actually REALLY well put together. I was not expecting the Lion King characters' mouths to match up with the DKR dialogue as well as they do.
That's a pretty original name.
That would be really cool. I always was hoping that they would make an actual Bat-mobile with bat features.
Wow, that Lion King Rises trailer is awesome.
To be fair, the Tumbler is designed after a bat that caught an insect (or whatever a bat does when it folds its wings like that).
^That's cool. I've never heard about this before, but i really like it.
Agreed! Still has me cracking up!
We have known this for a long time now but, Liam Neeson was on set for "The Dark Knight Rises". The article's headline is that he filmed a scene, but notice the words used in the actual quote from Neeson. Heh.
Where is that word?
I don't know what dots I'm trying to connect here, help please.
The article claims he filmed a scene. Neeson says he was on the set for an hour and a half during that time the director told him nothing Neeson doesn't actually come out and say that he filmed a scene, just that he was on the set. I'm being a bit of a sly bastard here given the theatrics and deception angle that Ra's likes to play. No where in his actual quote does he confirm he shot a scene. He just says he was on the set. I'm just really being playful with the interpretation The headline says one thing, when the actual thing Neeson said is very different.
An hour and a half doesn't seem like much time for someone who's going to be on screen.
I don't know much about how movies work behind the scenes, so maybe someone more knowledgeable than I can comment on it. Hair, makeup, wardrobe, going over the blocking, making sure the lighting on the actor has the desired effect... Can they do all that in 90 minutes?
Yes, I get the joke on me now.
I read it too fast and it took it a tad too literal. Oh, well.
In fairness, the headline asks the question and Neeson gives the answer.
OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!! Fangasm galore!!!!
Those are awesome. If I have some extra cash when those come out, I have a new idea where it might go.
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