Magazine scan from Finland (No new pictures)

Discussion in 'The Dark Knight' started by NotAShrimp, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. NotAShrimp Registered

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    Scanned this from Finnish magazine called "Seitsemän Päivää" (Seven Days):

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    Here's the translation:

    HEATH LEDGER FRIGHTENS AS THE JOKER

    In summer 2008 comes new Batman movie at the premiere, called The Dark Knight Prologue.

    In addition to adventures at Gotham City, there will also be Hongkong.

    As Batman's enemy theres the Joker, which is presented by Heath Ledger.
    "-We considered a couple of other actors also as the Joker, but versatility of Heath convinced us. His work has been always good in every movie he has acted in."

    In the Dark Knight Prologue, the Joker is darker than ever, but there is also "easyer" side of him, producer Charles Roven told to Seitsemän Päivää (Name of the magazine) and introduced Batman's new futuristic vehicle.



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    Sorry for crappy translation, but I tried my best. :D
    And for some reason the magazine keeps saying that the movie is called "The Dark Knight Prologue".

    So yeah, nothing new I guess but I just felt like scanning and translating this to you guys.
     
  2. Aidan2209 Gassam's time has come..

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    Wow, those guys are a bit slow......







    ...........I guess, they'll never........FINNISH!........
     
  3. TheDarkVictory Registered

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    BAM.

    but seriously, oh my god, finally, news. it's better than nothing!
     
  4. Luchastyle is awesome

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    hmm. interesting. i wonder about this "Easier" side that roven mentions.
     
  5. Juha Maybe I should retire

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    Well I might add that the "Seven Days" is considered to be one of the crappiest magazines in Finland. :woot:

    But it has lots of readers so that crappy article is just some good publicity.
     
  6. 2pak Registered

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    i wouldn't read to much into the "easier" comment - it could just be down the the translation.
     
  7. ActuallyRobin Registered

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    It's always nice to see TDK get media coverage :)
     
  8. NotAShrimp Registered

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    I think he was talking about the funnier/goofier side of Joker. :hoboj:
     
  9. TheDarkVictory Registered

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    this little indie flick might just break even come july...
     
  10. NotAShrimp Registered

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    My mother bought it. >___>
     
  11. Aidan2209 Gassam's time has come..

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    Yeah. The poor bastards have been starving for it.

    ......
     
  12. Luchastyle is awesome

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    well i think robin just meant it's always cool to see people talking about batman. because it's batman.


    also, batman doesn't get the publicity that spidey does. so maybe this time around batman and joker will be the talk of the town =D
     
  13. Juha Maybe I should retire

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    I just meant that the "Seven Days" is infamous for getting the facts all wrong. So it's completely understandable that they got the title of the movie wrong. :woot:


    I guess we'll have to wait for the "Episodi" coverage. Maybe you can scan that too for our foreign friends! :yay:
     
  14. NotAShrimp Registered

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    Maybe, if I can find the magazine in some store.
    And also if I see any articles about The Dark Knight in any other Finnish magazines I will scan them.
     
  15. Jonathan Crane Registered

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    Jokerina?! I thought he play The Joker...

    :woot:
     
  16. NotAShrimp Registered

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    Hehe. :D
    In Finnish "The Joker" is "Jokeri", and in that sentence "Jokerina" means "As Joker". ;)
     
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    a very good title( no new pics)
     
  18. Pumaman Registered

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    Seven Days is a local trash magazine, that only old people read.

    So you must forgive them for being slow :p
     
  19. Pumaman Registered

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    Yes, the correct translation of 'kevyempi' would be lighter.. well in this case, meaning he also has a lighter side. ;)
     
  20. NotAShrimp Registered

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    I actually first had the translation like that, but then I decided to go with "Easier". But yeah, anything that does the job. :D

    I didn't want to fool anyone, or make them think it would be scan with new pictures from the movie.
     
  21. lixdexia Registered

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    i can't read...finish? no that can't be right, what language is that?
     
  22. NotAShrimp Registered

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    Its Finnish.
    But you can read the translation I made. :p
     

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