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Old 07-01-2008, 02:10 AM   #811
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It does seem like, with the way Nolan is going, that the Riddler or Catwoman would be the best bet for the next one.

But there are just so many to choose from.
Definitely.

I could see Hugo Strange coming up, but probably not because Marvel's doing a Doctor Strange movie. Don't wanna confuse the two, you know?
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Ian.

What the FUCK is up with JIM BOLGER - JIM GODDAMN "LET'S HOCK OFF NZ RAIL" BOLGER! - being appointed as the head of this new KiwiRail?

Seriously, what? THIS DOESN'T MAKE SENSE.
The trains are painted in purty colours though
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Hahah Egghead!!! I remember him.

Bustin out the old school Adam West villains! Nice

There was also a guy named King Tut on that old show. And also some dude who used flowers as weapons. Louie the Lilac or somethin...
I love '60s Batman. That was the one I watched as a kid before Forever. The first two were too dark for me for the longest time.
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I'm really bored so these are the villians I'd most like to see a various comic book movies

Spider-Man: Venom and Carnage together against Spider-man.

X-Men: Apocalypse with Mr. Sinister. (It will never ever happen but I'd love to see The Brood or Phalanx. )

Iron Man: Ultimo vs. The Iron Legion.

Batman: Clayface played by Daniel Day-Lewis.

I'll think of more later.
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The trains are painted in purty colours though


But oh god, now I'm having nightmares that if National win the election, Bolger will just hock off KiwiRail to the highest bidder again.

WHAT ARE YOU THINKING, LABOUR.
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D-Day as Clayface cracked me the hell up. That'd be one intense piece of clay. He would've made a great Ra's, but Liam Neeson was perfect anyway.

I would've suggested Tim Roth as The Riddler, but he's already Emil motherfuckin' Blonsky. Rachel McAdams as Catwoman ftw!
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David Lynch has already proved he can't direct a major "franchise" level film. His "creativity" would overshadow the character, like Tim Burton.
I have to defend him for Dune. Having read the book, it has to be the hardest fucking book to adapt to a Hollywood length film. If they made it like the Sci-Fi miniseries it would have panned out.
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Isn't the third Batman going to be based around Two-Face?
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But oh god, now I'm having nightmares that if National win the election, Bolger will just hock off KiwiRail to the highest bidder again.

WHAT ARE YOU THINKING, LABOUR.
I'll leave teh panix to you, until i hear more Kiwirail hype.
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I have to defend him for Dune. Having read the book, it has to be the hardest fucking book to adapt to a Hollywood length film. If they made it like the Sci-Fi miniseries it would have panned out.
And he failed anyway. I like Dune, but it's a fucking disaster. The guy can't work under a major studio production, simple as that. I can't really speak since I'm unfamiliar with his work, but I'd guess that he needs pretty much 100% freedom to do whatever he wants for a film to work - although I've heard The Elephant Man is an exception.
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Am I the only one seriously bothered by the Batman series being completely remade already?

I'm sure I am but, I don't know, I was content with the ones that came out just over ten years ago.
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I love '60s Batman. That was the one I watched as a kid before Forever. The first two were too dark for me for the longest time.
Yup, I loved it too. When I was little I watched it for the thrills and I took it completely seriously.

When I revisit it now it's just hilarious. But equally awesome.

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I'm really bored so these are the villians I'd most like to see a various comic book movies

Spider-Man: Venom and Carnage together against Spider-man.

X-Men: Apocalypse with Mr. Sinister. (It will never ever happen but I'd love to see The Brood or Phalanx. )

Iron Man: Ultimo vs. The Iron Legion.

Batman: Clayface played by Daniel Day-Lewis.

I'll think of more later.
They really fucked up the money with Venom in this latest Spiderman movie.
It could have been sooooooooo badass. Oh well.

And, yes, Apocalypse and Mr. Sinister should appear in an X-men feature film.

As well as fucking Gambit!
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Isn't the third Batman going to be based around Two-Face?
Harvey Dent's a big focus of this one, and he definitely changes into Two-Face by the end of the film. Not sure if he's actually another villain, or just a different type of vigilante. Either way, he would carry over into the third one, like you said. Hopefully.
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D-Day as Clayface cracked me the hell up. That'd be one intense piece of clay. He would've made a great Ra's, but Liam Neeson was perfect anyway.

I would've suggested Tim Roth as The Riddler, but he's already Emil motherfuckin' Blonsky. Rachel McAdams as Catwoman ftw!
I suggest him because Clayface has a certain madness to him that most actors would not present very well. I'm thinking Anakin Skywalker in the Star Wars prequels.
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As well as fucking Gambit!
Gambit and Deadpool are both in Wolverine's standalone movie.
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