Chris Nolan Lines Up Actresses For Batfilm

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Dark Nolan wrote:
CroissantRoll wrote:Ali Larter has looks but no talent, so no. Please Nolan, no Blake Lively, I'm cool with everyone on that list but her.

Personally, I think Nolan should go after Anna Paquin. :lol: I'm sorry, I had to.
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no way :shock:
What's wrong with her in that picture. I'd like to hear this.

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CroissantRoll wrote:Ali Larter has looks but no talent
She has the potential. That's what I like about her.

Not saying she's at the top of my list but I would like to see her audition.

And yes, I find her very attractive, which is why I suggested her.

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Dark Nolan wrote:
CroissantRoll wrote:Ali Larter has looks but no talent, so no. Please Nolan, no Blake Lively, I'm cool with everyone on that list but her.

Personally, I think Nolan should go after Anna Paquin. :lol: I'm sorry, I had to.
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no way :shock:
We found the new joker people :lol:
This girl can pull it off.

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Cilogy wrote:One of the female roles is supposed to be a villain?

This is getting lamer and lamer by the day. I hope it's not Talia Al Ghul.
Women can't be villains? Interesting. :JGLface:
Remind me please, when did I say that?

I just hope the villain is interwoven in the story well. I don't want this feeling like a Bond film.
If she plays cranium she gives good brainium.

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Woman can be villians much times more scary then male villians.In the scene from Inception where Mal shoots Arthur in the Leg
i was like WTF shes fucking scary

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BatMotor wrote:Woman can be villians much times more scary then male villians.In the scene from Inception where Mal shoots Arthur in the Leg
i was like WTF shes fucking scary
When she's trying to get to Cobb in the elevator too. My god woman. :batface:

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Cilogy wrote:Remind me please, when did I say that?

I just hope the villain is interwoven in the story well. I don't want this feeling like a Bond film.
You said one of the female roles was a villain, ergo the film was seeming lamer and lamer. Because one of the women was playing villain.

EDIT: Actually, I think I'll just stay the hell out of this thread before I have an aneurysm or something.
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Bueller wrote:
Cilogy wrote:Remind me please, when did I say that?

I just hope the villain is interwoven in the story well. I don't want this feeling like a Bond film.
You said one of the female roles was a villain, ergo the film was seeming lamer and lamer. Because one of the women was playing villain.
It's not that women can't play villains, it's just that it feels weird in a Batman film.

But whatever, it's Nolan.
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she does look like Joker a little bit I think :think:

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she has a very special smile... no?

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but she can be really cute and seductive :roll:

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Cilogy wrote:Remind me please, when did I say that?

I just hope the villain is interwoven in the story well. I don't want this feeling like a Bond film.
Catwoman is so cliche. Please......

If there's a female villain, she must be either a............

district attorney
lead detective
reporter (journalist)
member of Wayne Enterprises (board member)
person who is part of Wayne's past

Otherwise, TDKR is primed for a hackneyed script induced by the involvement of Catwoman.

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