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#81
It looks pretty good, seeing Batman in two different trailers in one day makes me positively giddy.

Margot Robie looks like a great fit for Harley, and I'm especially glad they went all-in on Killer Croc's appearance. I'm not a big Will Smith fan, but his Deadshot costume looks very, very, good.

I guess they had to try shaking things up with the Joker, after Heath Ledger's legendary performance, I definitely don't envy the filmmakers on that one. I like that he kinda-sorta referenced Jack Nicholson with his line "I'm not gonna kill ya, I'm just gonna hurt ya reeeal bad...", which seemed to be a reference to Nicholson's Jack Torrance character from The Shining ("I'm not gonna hurt ya, I'm just gonna BASH your brains in..."), which is cool of course because of Nicholson's turn as The Joker in 1989's Batman.
 

Megaten

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#85
^Holy crap he manhandled those dudes o_O

Personally I wasnt that crazy about the Dark Knight trilogy as they were trying to make it too realistic and Batman is incredibly unrealistic lol. So Im definitely looking forward to a Batman that can survive in the same Universe as people like the Green Lantern and Superman.
 
#86
^Holy crap he manhandled those dudes o_O

Personally I wasnt that crazy about the Dark Knight trilogy as they were trying to make it too realistic and Batman is incredibly unrealistic lol. So Im definitely looking forward to a Batman that can survive in the same Universe as people like the Green Lantern and Superman.
I think most Batman fans are split when it comes to the Nolan trilogy, I loved them overall, but I'm always ready for a new take on the character.

I'm very excited for the release of Batman v Superman. :D
 

Megaten

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#87
I think most Batman fans are split when it comes to the Nolan trilogy, I loved them overall, but I'm always ready for a new take on the character.

I'm very excited for the release of Batman v Superman. :D
Same here man, this is a really good time to be a comic book fan. When I was a kid I thought I'd NEVER see stuff like this in movies. I'd like to see them remake Spawn at some point too.
 
#88
Same here man, this is a really good time to be a comic book fan. When I was a kid I thought I'd NEVER see stuff like this in movies. I'd like to see them remake Spawn at some point too.
A Spawn remake would be great, as well as a Punisher reboot. The one I'd really like to see is a big screen adaptation of Sam Keith's "The Maxx" though.
 
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