Nolan screens TDKR rough cut to WB bosses

The 2012 superhero epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.
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Allstar wrote:WB sources say JGL stole the show.
Bullshit. They also said that Hathaway's performance was just as amazing as Heath's Joker.

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BlairCo wrote:
Allstar wrote:WB sources say JGL stole the show.
Bullshit. They also said that Hathaway's performance was just as amazing as Heath's Joker.
I heard The Cone gave a powerhouse performance.

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EnzoTheBaker wrote:
BlairCo wrote: Bullshit. They also said that Hathaway's performance was just as amazing as Heath's Joker.
I heard The Cone gave a powerhouse performance.
I also heard that the CIA guy survived and he is better then every Marlon Brando performance combined.

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Allstar wrote:WB sources say JGL stole the show.
Really? Who are these sources?

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EnzoTheBaker wrote:
BlairCo wrote: Bullshit. They also said that Hathaway's performance was just as amazing as Heath's Joker.
I heard The Cone gave a powerhouse performance.
The Cone made everyone look like amateurs.

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Hines Ward is equally as phenominal as The Cone.
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Damn, I wanna be WB boss :judge:

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thenextnolan wrote:Hines Ward is equally as phenominal as The Cone.
Was getting caught part of the Cone's plan?

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Mason wrote:
madcowre wrote:What I'd give to be a WB boss right now... :x
What I'd give to be Christopher Nolan right now...
I'd never want to be Chris Nolan. You'd have to keep working, keep creating, keep coming up with something better than your previous films. That's too much pressure. I'd much rather be a WB boss; you just kick back and let all the filmmakers do the heavy lifting; your only real responsibility would be putting your money up on viable projects. A much easier job compared to what Nolan has to go through.

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LemonBachan wrote:
Mason wrote: What I'd give to be Christopher Nolan right now...
I'd never want to be Chris Nolan. You'd have to keep working, keep creating, keep coming up with something better than your previous films. That's too much pressure. I'd much rather be a WB boss; you just kick back and let all the filmmakers do the heavy lifting; your only real responsibility would be putting your money up on viable projects. A much easier job compared to what Nolan has to go through.
He's not doing it because he has to. He loves making films.

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