Joined June 24th, 2007
@dowhatwedo That can be contributed as partially the reason as to why he's playing Bane, but I'm sure it was mostly because of his role in Charles Bronson that convinced Nolan to sign on Hardy as Bane. I'm sure when we see him on screen, all the Bane fans will have a hardy for Hardy. Har Har.
I just wanted to point out that Charlene Yi was not on the Tonight Show, she was on Conan. About her supposed spoiler, the story she told was merely a joke. She was clearly making fun of herself, because not only would her role be unexpected, but it would also have been comical and goofy for her to play such a role. Which she clearly expressed to Conan through her sarcastic humor. I don't think she ever really auditioned. She was just trying to make a joke.
@youngrizo ah, so you say you don't really enjoy "Nolan's Universe" of Batman. While Nolan's version is undoubtedly more realistic, the majority of the concepts from both his films are derived from some of the best Batman comics, like Long Halloween and the Dark Knight Returns. You're kind of contradicting yourself when you say you're a fan of the comics, but not a fan of Nolan's take on things when in fact the comics themselves were used a reference for the film. I really don't know what your favorite type of Universe is, because when you say "fan of the comics and a fan of the cartoons" they are both very ambiguous statements. For all I know, your favorite universe comes from the old Detective Comics of Batman and you're favorite cartoon is The Batman on kids WB.
@Brian I agree. I'd like to know if he's still alive.
Does anyone actually read anymore? Follow the link guys, its a enlightening doc*mentary that will premiere on their youtube page. Everyone around the world on the 24th will upload a film doc*menting a day in their life and that footage will be acc*mulated into one. That's a damn interesting creative project if you ask me. This is a film that gives insight into the various cultures and sub-cultures around the world. It's rare to see life through the eyes of diverse individuals. In one single day, we are going to be given insight to a world divided by race, culture, age, social status, and gender.
This looks great. Adorable kid and epic human pyramid.
It was funny when Robert Downey Jr's performance parodied the idea of an actor being extremely passionate about a role in Tropic Thunder. When the character, Kirk Lazarus, went beyond his limitations as an actor and converted the pigmentation of his skin just to portray a black character, it was absurdly humorous in a tongue-in-cheek kind of way, but seeing Rourke actually pursuing loosely similar extremes is quite surreal. At the end of day, it's really nice to see someone so passionate about their craft.
my god, which is which?!!!
is bale actually balding? Or is that just part of the costume?
Did anyone notice that in this movie there is a character called Cobb and he's a thief. When I saw Inception, I thought that was a really cool nod to the original character in the Following.
@monkeyiron Joaquin Phoenix is River Phoenix's younger brother. One of his most notable roles is in Walk the Line as Johnny Cash. Also, if you don't know who River is... damn, that's like not knowing who Heath Ledger is.
Sorry emmytt, but they are.