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Old 07-07-2008, 07:15 AM   #781
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Edward Norton for the Joker.

As for Riddler - can't beat Jim Carrey for that role.
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Edward Norton for the Joker.

As for Riddler - can't beat Jim Carrey for that role.
Norton's already The Hulk... and yes, you can top Jim Carrey:

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Norton's already The Hulk... and yes, you can top Jim Carrey:

So now Norton can't ever be in superhero movie again ?

Is that the guy that was Riddler in the TV series ? Meh.
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Right, because I said so. No, he's probably under contract and those projects would intertwine. I'm not saying it's a bad choice, I would like that, too, but it's not feasible.

Carrey based his performance in Forever off of Gorshin. I like him in that movie, too, but any of the '60s Batman villains top the Burton/Schumacher villains in a landslide. Yes, even Cesar Romero over Jack Nicholson.
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YLB, why explain?

I think that taking one quick look at someone's photo and replying with a monosyllabic assessment is a great way to ascertain if they played a role well or not.
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YLB, why explain?

I think that taking one quick look at someone's photo and replying with a monosyllabic assessment is a great way to ascertain if they played a role well or not.
True.
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Aquaman is a tool.
I just lol'ed and choked on my water...
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Right, because I said so. No, he's probably under contract and those projects would intertwine. I'm not saying it's a bad choice, I would like that, too, but it's not feasible.

Carrey based his performance in Forever off of Gorshin. I like him in that movie, too, but any of the '60s Batman villains top the Burton/Schumacher villains in a landslide. Yes, even Cesar Romero over Jack Nicholson.
True - I thought you meant him being Hulk somehow prevents him as the Joker.

I liked both Romero and Nicholson Same goes for Ledger if the teasers are anything to go by.
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True - I thought you meant him being Hulk somehow prevents him as the Joker.

I liked both Romero and Nicholson Same goes for Ledger if the teasers are anything to go by.
Or The Riddler.

I like Jack, too, but that's not The Joker. He was too hammy and not menacing enough for my liking.
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So, yeah, I didn't really like the Jude Law suggestion at all.
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Pfft, no need to be sore because everyone hated your Joaquin Phoenix idea.


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Pfft, no need to be sore because everyone hated your Joaquin Phoenix idea.



Why'd you add the wink? That's not how Laz-Gon Jinn raised you.
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Laz Gon Jinn is a retarded nickname.

And I don't need a wink for that.
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Pfft, no need to be sore because everyone hated your Joaquin Phoenix idea.


All my movie buff friends who are Batman fanboys said they liked the idea of Joaquin Phoenix playing the Joker except for one thing: he'd probably outdo Ledger, and they didn't want that.
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Carey's Riddler always seemed really off the mark and misguided to me. I agree with LeMac that the '60's TV version was more accurate, and that's not saying much. Carey just seemed to make a really interesting character really silly. Then again, that's what he does to all his characters.

As much as I disliked Carey in that movie, his performance was infinitely better than TLJ's pathetic attempt at Two Face. Tommy, basing your performance entirely off of a bad attempt at Nicholson's Joker doesn't make much sense when you're supposed to be another character...
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