Some associates of mine went to a midnight showing of The Simpsons and reported to me that there was no teaser trailer for the Dark Knight. Perhaps because it was a midnight showing, the teaser was not previewed before the movie. Let me know if you have any luck getting to view the teaser on the big screen.WannaB wrote:In any event, I've got some more TDK news. In regards to a description of the new Teaser which will be coupled with The Simpson's Movie.
You know you're the first person I know that's seen Swimming with Sharks. Usually most people have never heard about and I have to share it with them. Anyway I've been in the mood for a good dark comedy but I'm blanking. Any suggestions?WannaB wrote:I loved Swimming With Sharks. Such an underrated movie that sadly not that many people have seen.
LX__BLADE wrote:I get pissed off at the fact that most of the wwe films are made here in Australia yet they dont come out to the cinemas and only get released on dvd...
Is that actual work or just a fan's interpretation of what it would look like? that doesn't look like professional work. For example, Batman is 8-heads tall in that pic. The tallest head count anime i know is sailor moon (7-heads), which was exaggerated due to the expression of the long legs of the sailors. It doesn't fit the anime look. I don't like when people try to do "anime-style" works, unless they are true anime artists.WannaB wrote:Ohhhhh this is so cool. I normally don't like animes because I can't stand it when things don't make a lot of sense (i.e. things added or utilized for stylish purposes without explanations or logic). However this sounds really awesome, and the story will be written by a premeire team of American writers. Here's the story from Batman-On-Film...
NEWSARAMA has some info on that animated Batman DVD that will be released in conjunction with THE DARK KNIGHT. Here's the description:
"Set in the period between BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT, this brand new adventure follows BATMAN as he unravels a mystery over six original stories done in the style of Japanese Anime. Each of the six original stories has been written by a highly respected screenwriter or comic book creator. The talent includes Academy Award nominee Josh Olsen (The History of Violence), screenwriter of the BLADE films and BATMAN BEGINS David Goyer, and famed comic book writer Brian Azzarello, among others.
The Batman Anime DVD is viewed as a perfect companion piece to BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT. The original stories introduce a number of classic characters from the DC Comics BATMAN universe as well as following up on characters and storylines that were introduced in BATMAN BEGINS."
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