WB wants who to play Batman???

Discussion in 'Cleveland, OH' started by DonC, Jun 21, 2003.

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  1. DonC Force Ghost

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  2. GrnJalera Jedi Knight

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    *brings Don a tissue and silently cries with him*
  3. Padawan92 Jedi Master

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  4. JediKnightPasJoDacle Jedi Master

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  5. Jade-Walker Jedi Master

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    Well, that's just frightening! [face_plain]
  6. Krash RSA Emeritus

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    Frell...they took the words right outta my mouth:
    "Dude, where's my batmobile?"

    I don't know about you guys...but I think we all need to go over to the Tatooine Suns Saloon, and don't stop until the hurting stops!
  7. TheRandomMenace Jedi Master

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    I didn't even read the article and I guessed that it was one of 2 of the men of the hour, either Ashton Kutcher or Colin Farrell... most likely Ashton considering Don and Grn's responses. Turns out I was right. The sad part is, I guarantee both you two and a bunch of hardcore comic fans will still pay your $7.50 to see it. (I'm not saying I won't either, but I don't care, I like Ashton, although I think he'd be miscast as Bruce/Batman)
  8. JarJarJedi Force Ghost

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    although I think he'd be miscast as Bruce/Batman

    Oh yeah, I agree totally. Why Ashton? ?[face_plain] I'll never see him differently than Kelso in That '70s Show, being a complete dumba**, nor than goofing off in his own show on MTV. I really don't think he can carry a serious role.
  9. JediKnightPasJoDacle Jedi Master

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    ::wakes up...looks around the room::

    "I had this horrable, strange dream, guys, Random was there, and you don, and you too cindi...Antie Em? Antie Em?"
  10. skyedancer Jedi Knight

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    No!!! I'd rather see Jar-Jar as Batman! 8-}
  11. Padawan92 Jedi Master

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    ANYONE would be better then him to play Batman!!!! And I MEAN anyone.... oh the horror...THE HORROR!!
  12. JediKnightPasJoDacle Jedi Master

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    ::Gets to his feet...grabs his headshot and resume and drives over to the WB lot...::

    ::meets guard at gate::

    "Who are you?" asked the guard...

    "I'm BATMAN!"

    :: procedes to get kicked out of the lot::
  13. Tuebor Jedi Knight

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    This is great news for two groups of people: Anyone with stock in Marvel comics and friends/family of Val Kilmer.
  14. Krash RSA Emeritus

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    Tuebor, good to see you on the boards...how ya been?

    I like Val Kilmer as Bruce Wayne (Clooney was the best balance between the 2 characters)...and Keaton just didn't work for me. But dude...I'd rather Keanu Reeves play Batman this this GUY!!!
  15. Malo-ha Jedi Knight

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    That is wrong. It is just so wrong. And I'm not a big Batman fan.

    Of course I'm waiting to see how badly they mess up League of Extraordinary Gentlemen this summer.
  16. JediKnightPasJoDacle Jedi Master

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    Ya, LXG will be screwed up...ONLY IF YOU HAVE READ THE COMIC BOOK! Other wise, I think it'll be decent, anything's better then the Hulk...

    I still think Keaton rocked.
  17. _-Reborn_Jedi-_ Jedi Master

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    Keaton - Best Batman ever. 'Nuff said.
  18. GrnJalera Jedi Knight

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    Hulk rocked. I love hearing people rag on it. Means you didn't get it. A lot like Matrix Revolutions.

    EDIT: As for LXG - since it was co-written by the creator of the comic book, I have faith that it will remain loyal to the comic as much as possible.
  19. JediKnightPasJoDacle Jedi Master

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    Keaton - Best Batman ever. 'Nuff said.

    "COMIC POLICE! You can't say "'nuff said" when reffering to a non Marvel comic concept."

    Hulk rocked. I love hearing people rag on it. Means you didn't get it. A lot like Matrix Revolutions.

    Sigh...much to learn about comic adaptations, you have..... ;)


    EDIT: Ok, if were going to bash the Hulk...which I have a feeling after this posting we will, let's do it in another topic thread.
  20. Jedi_BMack Jedi Master

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    Keaton? Keaton?!?!

    Adam West is bar-none the best batman ever

    *recenters self in reality...

    OK, Colin Farrel could be good... but this other hoser... (apologies to canadians for use of their word) well, i don't buy into the 'Keaton was a comic actor but "Mr. Mom" changed that...' argument. That's just lame...

    -b-
  21. TheRandomMenace Jedi Master

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    Adam West was awesome. I loved the cheesy Batman show.

    Of the movie Batmans, I'd have to go in the order of the movies...

    Keaton was best, then
    Kilmer, then
    Clooney

    *sigh* why did "Doctor" Clooney have to sign a "Do Not Resuscitate" order for the Batman franchise??? way to kill it off, George... :mad:
  22. GrnJalera Jedi Knight

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    To continue the Hulk talk - GO HERE
  23. GrnJalera Jedi Knight

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    Clooney did a horrible job. Yes. But if the DIRECTOR would have directed Clooney not to act like a dork, then it wouldn't have been so bad. Also, the script was a piece of poodoo. You can put all the special effects and star power around it - but it's still poodoo.
  24. JediKnightPasJoDacle Jedi Master

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    BY FAR, Joel Schomaker KILLED the franchise.
  25. GrnJalera Jedi Knight

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    On that, I completely agree with you. ;)
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