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Old 03-04-2013, 02:04 AM   #401
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did he have bad recent scoops iyo?
Four words, Wonder Woman fan trailer. That was his latest 'scoop'.

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Nice considering its a fan trailer but in general it was pretty bad.

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Old 03-04-2013, 02:17 AM   #403
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There was a similarly long-winded positive, yet vague on details, "review" of The Dark Knight Rises on that forum last May as I recall. That poster's handle seems familiar. Not buying this.

Again... anyone could have written this, folks.
Yeah not sure I buy it tbh, the review was very vague, like you said anyone could have written it.

Also on the El Mayimbe ”scoop” not sure what I believe in that either.

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Old 03-04-2013, 02:20 AM   #404
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being vague doesn't make it untrue me personally when i write opinions after seeing a movie i am never specific just give my vague thoughts on action,performances,story,etc.

i don't give plot points,cameos,ending,dialogue,etc.

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Old 03-04-2013, 02:35 AM   #405
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I'm not saying its fake but it is vague so that does make me think possibly its not true. Taken it with a grain of salt.

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That "review" is obviously faked. No one would break a review embargo and NOT give a few details that prove they have seen it. No one. Try to find early reviews of other highly anticipated movies like this that are as vague and from unreliable/unknown sources. They are all faked.

But if you don't want to believe that there's any easy way to find out. Ask the guy who the first character to speak in the movie is. Or what the first shot shows. Dollars to donuts he won't answer.

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i know not to taken info for granted after everyone here said trailer 2 description was fake and lo and behold he was right

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i know not to taken info for granted after everyone here said trailer 2 description was fake and lo and behold he was right
Hey, they said the same thing when I dropped the details on the first X-Men FC trailer. But at least those descriptions are detailed and can be proven/debunked. These fake reviews are another animal entirely. Anyone can say "The action was AMAZING and the characterization really made me care about the characters!" Even people who are against posting spoilers would give enough detail so you knew they were legit.

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just wanted to let you know, i saw the movie last night.

In my dreams though, but oh man was it good. I can´t described with words how good it was. The most epic movie ever made and the soundtrack was the best Zimmer has done without hesitation. Think of the Dark Knight score x10 combined with Gladiator tunes and a perfect pinch of John Williams drums.

You have never seen a movie like this. I will come back to you with more details as soon as my feelings has settled, if it ever will that is.

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I really really WANT to believe that Bale could return as Batman in JL or WF... but seriously, it feels like too much of a pipe dream.

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I'm for a MoS trilogy before anything else, but I don't get it, why is it that hard to bring bale back?

The hero retires in certain circumstances, then he comes back in another. We see this happen all the time.

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I'm for a MoS trilogy before anything else, but I don't get it, why is it that hard to bring bale back?

The hero retires in certain circumstances, then he comes back in another. We see this happen all the time.
Well, as far as I recall:

1. Bale said that he would only come back if Nolan was involved with the project and if there was a good enough story to tell.

2. Considering on how Bale mentioned in a interview about how he (Bale) made it somewhat of a big deal for him to absorb the moment on his final day of shooting as Batman by taking some downtime alone to really take it all in while still dressed in the costume, I doubt that Bale would so easily go back after that.

3. As far as I'm aware of, the Dark Knight Trilogy was meant to end with Bruce moving on with his life from his role as Batman for good, thus if he suddenly just returned, then it would defeat the entire purpose of having told and made Rises.

Unlike the comics, Bale's Bruce never became Batman because he wanted to dedicate his life to prevent people in general on having to suffer his fate; from what I can tell, it seems like Nolan's Bruce kind of became Batman for some of the wrong reasons, as he was never able to fully deal with the anger that came about when his parents where killed, and his only real big selfless goal was to clear Gotham of the corruption that was plaguing it from his time.

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Because the actor doesn't want to come back.

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Money does talk though and if Nolan gets involved I could see Bale coming back. I just wonder how you explain it really.

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Money does talk though and if Nolan gets involved I could see Bale coming back. I just wonder how you explain it really.
They could just say that Bruce hallucinated the entire thing and is still trapped in the pit while Bane is still in charge of Gotham, thus leaving room for the league members to come in and save the day, thus saving Bruce while he's still Batman


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Any news from any reputable sources yet about El Mays scoop?

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Money does talk though and if Nolan gets involved I could see Bale coming back. I just wonder how you explain it really.
Well if they went with WF instead of JL, I could see them doing something similar to the animated Batman/Superman movie.

Bruce discovers rumours of a plot to kill Superman (because despite having 'retired' it's in his nature to have been keeping an eye on things). He decides to come back to the world to find more about it, with the intention of just passing the information on and ducking away again - but he ends up caught in something a bit more complicated, and the two have to work together to get to the bottom of it.

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I'm pretty skeptical of it happening. That said, it would be fairly easy to show bale coming back...Little example, i'm in the fire/ems service. several times i've wanted to get out but I always go back to it..it gets in your blood.

I could see bale's bruce/batman keeping up with the news, listening to the police scanner, etc, because he hates being away from things...Then, something bad happens worldwide. something that WILL destroy the planet..would he really just sit by and watch when the stakes are so high??..I dont think so, no matter how beat up he was.

Again, I dont really believe it, but it would be doable.

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Bale returning and Nolan being in talks makes it pretty certain to me that it's not true at all.

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I'm pretty skeptical of it happening. That said, it would be fairly easy to show bale coming back...Little example, i'm in the fire/ems service. several times i've wanted to get out but I always go back to it..it gets in your blood.

I could see bale's bruce/batman keeping up with the news, listening to the police scanner, etc, because he hates being away from things...Then, something bad happens worldwide. something that WILL destroy the planet..would he really just sit by and watch when the stakes are so high??..I dont think so, no matter how beat up he was.

Again, I dont really believe it, but it would be doable.
Completely agreed. And I don't think it ruins the TDKR ending. Alfred's wish wasn't 'you stopped ever doing anything heroic ever again'. It was 'you stopped spending all your time fighting/self destructing, and took some time to be happy and have something resembling a life.'

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Completely agreed. And I don't think it ruins the TDKR ending. Alfred's wish wasn't 'you stopped ever doing anything heroic ever again'. It was 'you stopped spending all your time fighting/self destructing, and took some time to be happy and have something resembling a life.'
But didn't they also say that Bruce's body is in no condition to really going on and doing this as it is though? Well that, and it'd be pretty hard to take in the fact that if Henry's Clark existed in Nolan's Batman world, that Clark didn't do anything about Gotham when it was being held hostage by Bane when he could have easily done something about it, even in secret.

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But didn't they also say that Bruce's body is in no condition to really be going on and doing this as it is though? Well that, and it'd be pretty hard to take in the fact that if Henry's Clark existed in Nolan's Batman world, that Clark didn't do anything about Gotham when it was being held hostage by Bane when he could have easily done something about it, even in secret.
Well if he was in an Alaskan fishing village, cut off from the outside world, and far enough away to not be hearing it with his super hearing... he may not have even known

And yeah, his condition is a bit of a 'plot hole'... but then it already was within the film in the first place

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And yeah, his condition is a bit of a 'plot hole'... but then it already was within the film in the first place

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But didn't they also say that Bruce's body is in no condition to really going on and doing this as it is though? Well that, and it'd be pretty hard to take in the fact that if Henry's Clark existed in Nolan's Batman world, that Clark didn't do anything about Gotham when it was being held hostage by Bane when he could have easily done something about it, even in secret.
only ridiculous fanboys talk about this the normal person doesn't care

hell most fanboys dont care

trust me no one will say hey why wont thor or captain america show up to help tony in im3

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Okay, so I have no problem believing they can get Bale back. He made no secret of the fact that he likes the big paycheck from playing Batman. The part that's hard for me to believe is Nolan overseeing Justice League, and the DC Universe on film. It is a serious waste of his talent. I'd much rather he do more original movies.
That being said, he was able to oversee Man Of Steel while still working on Dark Knight Rises, so maybe he's just that good at juggling multiple projects.

It all really does reek of elmayimbe grasping at straws for attention though. The way he dropped the mic, the "Scoop" was more about him than the actual story itself, like it has been many times as of late.

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