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Discussion in 'The Dark Knight' started by robzass, May 5, 2006.
this is what he should look like. Manip of Vince Cassel as Joker by yours truly.
That is actually quite impressive - his head is just a tad bit to big, and his neck is a tad too long
hey...that was a brad pitt as tyler durden painting by phil noto
this does not deserve its own thread.
yeah. i said it was a manip dude not an original peice.
yeah, i know, man...im just f**king with you...plus it gave me an excuse to post the original painting...which i absolutely love. noto does some rad work.
Vince Cassel has always been my first choice to play the Joker. Cool manip.
David is any of the stuff on your website for sale?
Nothing there is for sale. In the future that will change with the addition of some new items, but all current material is only for web display purposes only.
pretty good, I would like to see what the actors rumored would look like as the Joker
True - although I see him in brighter colours than that. He looks like that crazy guy who stares at me on the subway and licks his lips.
I've heard Paul Bettany is the primary candidate for the Joker, but I'm still holding out for Steve Carrell.
I believe all three of those guys would work. Another would be Agent Smith from Matrix and the LOTR trilogy guy...forget his name...
The guy you describe on the subway suits my take for the Joker acutally.
Personally I'm more for the dark look to the Joker. Stained face with veins on his skin rather than the standard 'white' face...more of a bleached and vandalized look to him with a forced smile but not the Nicholson look at all. More of a killer/assasin/mentalcase than a clown. Slim guy too...
Also if his skin is plagued with a virus or whatever...that could explain the hair, lips and fingernails going dark green/black. Choice to wear lipstick at that point, eh...I could live with it but to me the joker needs to be the opposite of what we've seen or what the name itself stands for.
Just food for thought. Dig all the actors so far up for the role.
Like a certain moonwalking, boydiddling, statue-of-himself-making, former King of Pop? Someone tell Spider-Bite - he'll be thrilled.
Never made that connection.