So it appears that major porn studios can now finance their movies as well as low-budget television shows. Seriously, am I the only one who thinks that the Bane and Batman costumes look fantastic for a porn parody? o.O
Really, MW? You couldn't find a better image of Ray Stevenson?
Niice! Hmm... I suspect a religious cult lead by Edward James Olmos's character.
Same brand of comedy and same '90's animation quality. I love it!
Um... I'll pass. I mean, first off, what was with the excessive narrative? It didn't explain anything, and it sounded like it was written by a pretentious eighth-grader. Secondly, open/modestly produced exposure like this is perhaps the worst way Isaiah and Eric here could vie for the role of Luke Cage: let the director and producers scope out their own vision. These are mere stunts and can only dilute fans' visual and artistic expectations. Note to other Cage hopefuls: stay low and audition legitimately like everyone else.
I personally think it's the mad scientist character. I think Batman tracked him down in this one scene, but was instead lead into a trap to fight Bane. Dr. Hugo Strange, anyone?...
It's obvious that Jim Gordon learns of Batman's/Bruce Wayne's identity and that Bane is the creation of Alon Abutbul's mad scientist character. Seriously, am I the only one who noticed that 'white-coat' at the upper right side of the screen at the end of the trailer?...
Tom Hardy's performance in "Bronson" is probably what landed him the role in TDKR.
BREAKING NEWS: TMZ earlier today has confirmed the announcement made by Warner Bros. that British actor Henry Cavill has been locked in to play the Man of Steel. Since I don't know where or how to e-mail MovieWeb with this information, this will have to do for now I suppose, assuming the website staff takes notice of this post on an article from two months ago.