Cast The Dark Knight Returns

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  1. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    Going by that logic, Willis might make a good Dent.

    I'm still sticking with Pacino. Looks don't matter to me as long as they're great actors, which Pacino is (definitely a better actor than Zane).
     
  2. Carmine Falcone So it goes.

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    oh, absolutely. Zane doesn't even come close.
     
  3. SuBe Voluntaryist

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    Question: Is this DKR a direct film based on the book, like in the veighn of SinCity? or a realistic interpertation of the story in the book?
     
  4. Carmine Falcone So it goes.

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    I think that if they're ever going to make it, that it should be done like they did with Sin City.
     
  5. Eddie Dean Mr. Jackpots

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    I'm sorry, but i can't see Willis as Batman. He's just too Bruce Willis. :p

    Ed Harris is the man for the job.
     
  6. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    Ed Harris? I could never in a million year see him as Batman. Hed, like Billy Zane, make a better Mr. Freeze (though Christopher Lloyd should play Freeze IMO).

    I can see Willis as both Batman and Dent, though I'd rather him be Batman.
     
  7. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    That would be cool.
     
  8. Eddie Dean Mr. Jackpots

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    Like I said before he looks nothing like him, but he would make a great Dark Knight Returns style Batman.
     
  9. Punisher RULES Live Simple

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    Frank Miller should play the guy who kills people in the "Batman Inspired porn theater shootout"
     
  10. Eddie Dean Mr. Jackpots

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    How about Ray Liotta for Batman?
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  11. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    He'd be awesome, but I'd rather see him as Superman in DKR.

    I wouldn't complain if he got Batman, though. Liotta is awesome.
     
  12. Carmine Falcone So it goes.

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    :up: :up:

    Ray Liotta in a DKR film as Superman would be insanely cool.
     
  13. JackBauer Registered

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    shouldn't Superman look younger though? :confused:
     
  14. newwaveboy87 automatic systematic

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    yes. Superman doesn't have normal human aging.
    he's supposed to still look about 30-something.
     
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    Batman - Ron Perlman
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    Superman - Patrick Warburton
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    Mutant Leader - Vin Diesel
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    Alfred - Timothy Dalton
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    Gordon - Clint Eastwood
    Joker - Jack Nicholson
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    Selina Kyle - Ann-Margret
     
  16. newwaveboy87 automatic systematic

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    Patrick Warbutton?
    i could never take him seriously as Superman.

    he's perfect as The Tick though.
     
  17. ShadowBoxing Registered

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    I never took Superman that seriously in DKR, he is just a puppet in that...which I could see him playing
     
  18. newwaveboy87 automatic systematic

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    but he's still Superman.
    even if he is a government controlled lapdog.
     
  19. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    Timothy Dalton is like in his mid 50s', he's way too young for Alfred.

    And I'm changing my Joker choice.

    I want Jack back.

    Ann-Margret is the perfect DKR Selina. I'm glad more people are catching on to that.
     
  20. newwaveboy87 automatic systematic

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    yeah and Ron Perlman as Batman?
    he's too comedic to be Batman.
     
  21. ShadowBoxing Registered

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    seriously he is still that young...wow
     
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    This guy is German...but if you can thin away the accent through voice lessons he actually might work, he is the right age and in great shape(He is in the Da Vinci Code, House of the Dead, and Replacement Killers to name a few)
    Jurgen Prochnow - Batman/Bruce Wayne
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    just a thought
     
  23. The Chairman Pimps' Main Prophet

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    Well, he's actually 61. Not exactly young but he still is way too young to play DKR Alfred, who's I believe is pretty close to 90.
     
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    Perlman would be better suited for the Mutant Leader.
     
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