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Thorn 12/2/2010 6:32:19 AM

The Walking Dead: I trust Darabont, even though I'm really uncertain with the CDC element added at the end of S1... Didn't like that too much, no matter what Joe says I found it just too "tech". I've re-read the entire series since the show started, and now I'm worried that they will have no choice but to downplay some of the more hardcore elements found later in the series. Anyways. We'll see.

TDKR: OK so I'm not the only one who sees a resemblance between Ledger and Gordon-Levitt? I was looking at photos around the time Inception came out and to me, the resemblance is so striking its scary. I would be ok for a Joker cameo, either with Ledger unused TDK footage or even Gordon-Levitt (who I consider an excellent actor and could definitely do it) taking over the role for this cameo. I wouldn't be outraged or offended.

keithdaniel 12/4/2010 12:38:14 PM

I think that they should just continue the Batman saga after Nolan departs because there's no reason to start over or "reboot" the series. Nolan did an amazing job with reinvigorating the franchise giving it the credibility it deserves. In general, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight are how the Batman films should be made. They are so much better than the Burton/Shumacher Batman films from Batman(1989) to Batman and Robin(1997). I agree with some others on here that as great as Heath Ledger was as the Joker, there's no reason why the studio shouldn't proceed in bringing back that character with a different actor later on in a different story.

I know a small minority have complained about the Nolan versions being too dark and serious in tone but that is what the original Batman was like from the start! It wasn't that spoofed 60's Adam West version or watered down Superfriends and Batman animation from the 80's version some on here love so much. The dark and serious tone is the version that Batman's creator Bob Kane intended. Batman and his world weren't intended to be made fun of like how Burton and Shumacher did. Those of you who still love those versions and long for the return of that after Nolan departs will be waiting for a really long time because I doubt Warner Brothers(as stupid and as indecisive as they've been before)will be foolish enough to go back to that nonsense! IMO, only Batman(1989)was marginally good from that time, the others, BR, BF, BaR were grossly disappointing from several aspects to say the least. Having said that, I can understand in a way how some would like to see some fantasy aspect return to Batman. For example, some more gadgets and an even more sophistigated version of the Tumbler could be in order for this next BM film or the next. At any rate, seeing as how Nolan did such an amazing job with the Batman franchise, I have no doubt that he'll bring the same excellence to this next Superman series.

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