Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
"Theatricality and deception are powerful weapons".
Granted there could be a surprise cameo or role but I don't think so in this particular case.
^ Me either. It would be too cluttered if he returned anyway.
Still am eager for this Talia casting if it actually ever manifests or has just been rumors. I think it would be the next major piece of casting.
I'm sure there would be room for a small appearance toward the end.
Levitt will be playing Talia.
Excluding oh, 70 years of comics.
One bit of dialogue from BB that I've never completely digested: "You took my advice about theatricality a bit literally."
Well, how was I supposed to take it, figuratively???
I think that's supposed to mean "you're overdoing it a bit". As in, it's one thing to be sneaky and fancy with your combat style (like a ninja?), it's another to dress up like a giant bat.
^ That's what I took from it.
That reminded me of a hilarious line from that WB Batman cartoon in 2004. Batman had tried arresting Catwoman and ended up being incriminated as her partner in a crime spree. Alfred reads the morning paper about the "Cat and the Bat", and says something along the lines of "Not exactly what I had in mind when I suggested you find a woman with similar interests."
Gary Oldman: "Chris brings it back to Batman Begins".
I guess this "confirms" in the loosest sense that we're seeing a return of the League of Shadows.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt confirmed to appear in The Dark Knight Rises.
Maybe Juno Temple will be Robin...
Leo can be the Madhatter
"I can see into your dreams"
a Nolan-ized Oracle.
Or better yet...Dr. Harleen Quinzel
When I skimmed through the thread and saw the Juno reference, I initially thought that Ellen Page was in this movie, that Nolan had roped in yet another Inception graduate!
^ You know since you brought up Ellen I could see her cast as an older Barbara Gordon but that would have meant that some years have passed since the second movie which I doubt will be the case.
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