The Batman (2022)

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radewart wrote:
October 23rd, 2020, 9:24 pm
Looks like an election is going on in Gotham in the film...

Harvey Dent for Mayor?

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long halloween incoming

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Seems most of the Chicago filming so far is more of the motorcycle chase


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Supposedly from a documentary called "Catwoman: The Feline Femme Fatale" available on iTunes.

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Thank you for sharing. Zoe is perfect casting....

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LuciusNightmare wrote:
May 5th, 2021, 11:44 am
Thank you for sharing. Zoe is perfect casting....

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We'll see. Just because she looks similar to one version of Catwoman in the comics doesn't really scream perfect casting just yet. But I am fairly confident she can pull it off.

I really like the approach they are taking with this character based on that clip. Hopefully Bruce will also be more caring for the well-being of the less fortunate as oppossed to batflek. Nolan's Batman also wasn't too preoccupied with the poor but at least as Bruce he was trying to help in some ways, either in BB when he was travelling the world and became a criminal or in TDKR with his clean energy project and housing for orphans... still, with such wealth, he could have been doing much more.

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LelekPL wrote:
May 5th, 2021, 3:52 pm
LuciusNightmare wrote:
May 5th, 2021, 11:44 am
Thank you for sharing. Zoe is perfect casting....

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We'll see. Just because she looks similar to one version of Catwoman in the comics doesn't really scream perfect casting just yet. But I am fairly confident she can pull it off.

I really like the approach they are taking with this character based on that clip. Hopefully Bruce will also be more caring for the well-being of the less fortunate as oppossed to batflek. Nolan's Batman also wasn't too preoccupied with the poor but at least as Bruce he was trying to help in some ways, either in BB when he was travelling the world and became a criminal or in TDKR with his clean energy project and housing for orphans... still, with such wealth, he could have been doing much more.
That was kind of the point of TDKR: the entire film calls out Bruce Wayne for putting on a costume when he could have been doing other things that would have been more constructive and beneficial for society than fighting crime without accountability and by the time the film starts that society has been so hollowed out by Batman's superficial accomplishments that demagogues can take advantage of the underlying resentment because the things that actually impact people like poverty and economic and social inequality have not gone away because people like Bruce Wayne thought the most urgent thing to do was punching criminals in the face.

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