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DarthoftheDead 7/3/2013 6:31:55 AM

 It just amuse's me to no end, how some people like to make noise that Marvel film's are popcorn kiddie movie's but a man dressed up as a Bat or a Super powered alien is, through some unfathomable means, some how supposed to more "REAL" or "Serious"......

What's really making me laugh at them lately is how Torn the "Nolan Batman" camp is lately, over the whole "Bale for J.L." is, lol....

One side say's, dont ruin our precious Nolan Batman trilogy by making it a part of MOS/DCU.....

The other side say's, that you can't have a sucessfull J.L. film without our High Exalted Poobah Bale as Batman....

ROTFLMFAO!!!!!!!!!

redvector 7/3/2013 7:07:49 AM

I never thought that Johnny Depp would sign on to do another Pirate movie after the first one and yet he just signed up for a fifth one.

So I take this news with a grain of salt.

Eldogg42 7/3/2013 7:24:24 AM

DAYBREAK: where are you getting that this is a Marvel Site?  More people have been raving about how awesome all three batman movies were and how they were better then all of the Marvel movies.

Only now are people saying marvel is better, cause of what marvel is doing and what DC is failing to accomplish. 

The Nolan Batmans were good movies, not good comic movies.  And that what this is all about.  Bale doesn't fit in a world where there is supermen and men wearing power rings.  Just doesn't fit.  So move on and lets get a real "Comic Book" version of batman that we need for the JLA.

 

hanso 7/3/2013 8:06:05 AM

How are Nolan flicks not comic book movies?  That would imply that Batman is constantly fighting aliens, and supernatural beings or something.  There are a lot of crime noir Batman stories, and stuff like Year One or Batman Earh One is more "grounded in reality" and they are comics.  They also give different takes on the characters which is why comic book characters last so long, they are adaptable.  Nolan's take wasn't any different in doing that.

And like I said, Bale's Batman could've worked on a DCCU just fine if they had done it after The Dark Knight.  All they needed to do was introduce and more "sci fi" element to the third Bat flick and be on their way or even just mention Supes/GL in the third flick and have Batman find out for the first time about these powerful beings which would then make him grow suspicious, bla bla you work him in a JL flick.  But they close Bruce's journey with TDKR so it can't work no more without messing up the trilogy.

Eldogg42 7/3/2013 8:26:21 AM

HANSO: True, there are crime noir comics. and Nolan fits under those types.  I'm just saying That Nolan stated that his movies are not in the "DC Comics Universe".  That they are stand alone movies.  And of course if you drop the third movie and add a whole new plot line where Bruce Wayne meets Clark Kent, then yeah, they would fit in the DC Universe... But they didn't and the Bale is done with Batman, so the point is moot. 

axia777 7/3/2013 8:35:49 AM

What Eldogg42 said. The Nolan Batman movies are not in the DCU. Nolan said that over and over again. Hell, even Bale was against the idea of Robin. Never having Robin in a Batman movie? Are they kidding? That is a damned stupid ass idea if I ever heard one as a Batman fan. LAME LAME LAME.  What would be lame is them trying to shoe horn the Nolan movies into the DCU.  That would not work.  At least IMHO.  Leave those movies be.  They are awesome on their own.  Well, at least the first two.  The third was crap to me.

Just reboot Batman with no origin story. It looks like they are going for the Batman:Year One graphic novel. Not an origin, just his first year as Bats. Then I feel that they should jump forward some and have them show us his adoption of Robin as his ward. Then have them show us Bats training Robin to be the super bad ass he becomes.

Wiseguy 7/3/2013 9:29:11 AM

Daybreak feel free to get the fuck out then.

Wiseguy 7/3/2013 9:32:45 AM

This is what I was talking about ever since TDK. If Nolan had more imagination he could've set his Batman in the DCU, after BB it looked like he may. It wouldn't have had to change the stories he wanted to tell, at least not much.

Now WB/DC is back to square one when they could've been well on their way to a full DCCU

axia777 7/3/2013 11:13:59 AM

I am with Wise, I wish Nolan and Bale were not such asses about the Dark Knight movies not being in the DCU. If they had bent on that one issue then Bale could totally be Batman again with no issues at all. At least until Bale said he is done with it. Of course they could have kept just Bale by tossing him tons of cash.

Could'a would'a should'a. Oh well.

redvector 7/3/2013 12:08:46 PM

While I didn't care for Nolan's and Bale's version of Batman, ultimately those films success were a missed opportunity. DC is likely kicking themselves for allowing Nolan to kill Batman off. They should have exercised creative control over their own characters and said...no. 

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