Discussion in 'The Dark Knight Rises' started by Thread Manager, Nov 19, 2012.
That's exactly my thought when I saw that pic.
I see it now. lol
My God, dat 2nd gif.
Haha, I just said the same thing before coming over to this thread.
Yeah, it's an impressive line up. My favourite version is where Anne is front and centre lying on the ground.
I should've recognised more of them. I like many of those actresses. I think I was just mesmerised by Anne in the front (especially the 2nd pic) that I wasn't looking hard enough at the others lol.
Mine too. I like that we can see a lot of her long leg through her dress.
Marion & Anne should do a Bound-kinda of movie together.
Lots of new Selina/Catwoman pictures are out there. I've saved them all, and wow, they're absolutely spectacular. Anne off set as well as film stills.
Here's a taste of what I'm talking about:
Pretty sure they are just screen caps of the Making of, Wish WB would just officially release them.
They should make posters out of them.
Still a better poster story than the official ones we got for TDKR.
"A Girl's Gotta Eat" featurette clip from the Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray
Is that the extent of the featurette? Only a minute or so? Or is that just an excerpt? I hoped there might be a fairly detailed mini documentary on each character, particularly Catwoman.
Nah, there's more. That's just a preview.
It's just a preview clip, and according to The review on Blu-Ray.com
Characters (Disc 2, HD, 28 minutes): Three more featurettes round out the production overview -- "The Journey of Bruce Wayne," "Gotham's Reckoning" and "A Girl's Gotta Eat" -- which delve into the characters of Bruce Wayne, Bane and Selina Kyle. A commentary or more sprawling production documentary would have been a terrific addition to it all, but Nolan and company have covered their bases and delivered an extensive glimpse into Nolan's craft, the development of the film and the intricacies of the third and final entry in the Dark Knight cycle.
So I'm sure the featurette will be long enough for you to enjoy.
What is the purpose of that photoshoot? Do they all have something in common? How does Sally Field fit in with the rest of them? Most are thirtysomething actresses (I think Anne might be the youngest one there) and a couple in their forties.
Anne seems to be slinking around like Catwoman in the front there. Very feline.
Pre-Oscar buzz, I think.
Yeah press for Les Miserables.
Are the others in potentially Oscar-nominated movies this year? I can't believe that's the lineup for the possible best actress nominees.
Yes. They do the roundtable during the Oscar season with potential Oscar nominees although that's actually more of a Supporting Actress line-up. Anne (Les Miserables), Helen (The Sessions), Amy (The Master), and Sally (Lincoln) are all being pushed for the Supporting Categories.
Marion (Rust & Bone), Naomi (The Impossible), and Rachel (Deep Blue Sea) are for the lead actress. Rachel's performance is underrated and spectacular but she's in no one's radar so her being there was actually a (pleasant) surprise. I'm a bit surprised Jennifer Lawrence and Jessica Chastain aren't there since those two and Marion are the Top 3 for the Lead Actress buzz so far.
Sally Field with beautiful daughters.
Selina Kyle has the most scenes/locations with Bruce/Batman out of any character in the entirety of TDKR.
The question is, does she have the most scenes with him out of all the characters in the entire trilogy in a single film (not counting the two film appearances by Rachel together, for example?). It should be up there, anyway, particularly considering the film's longest running time.
It's not necessarily about the number of scenes, rather the impact of the scenes.
For example, and I'm not entirely sure about this, but I'm willing to bet Vesper Lynd doesn't get a whole lot more screentime with Bond in Casino Royale than Selina does with Bruce in TDKR, yet their romance felt miles more believable to me.
That's partially because she doesn't spend the first half of the movie screwing Bond over.
Just the last bit t: