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Discussion in 'The Dark Knight' started by RedSkull, Jul 25, 2012.
this blew my mind
Timeline is right. Spidey 3 came out in May, 2007 and they started filming in April of that year. I'm sure it was a knowing wink from Nolan as he could have had a poster swapped out if needed.
Nolan doesn't have that kind of power to make a movie theater in the background change its posters.
The best part of Spider-Man 3 actually
Woah...I knew about that Spider-Man poster, but had no idea that we had screengrabs of Ledger's face in that scene from Wally's camera.
They made a Spider-Man 3???
Welcome to 2012!
I think some just try and block Spider-Man 3 from their minds
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I'm not saying he couldn't digitally get rid of it, but he can't make a theater take down one of their posters simply because it's in the shot of his filming.
Sooo.. The Dark Knight is Spider-Man 4?
Me neither on both. Weird and disturbing to see Ledger's face clean and unscarred in that photo. I can't really see any scars on his cheeks from that distance. So I'm assuming that he's unscarred. I'm glad that never got used takes the mystique away from Nolan's and Ledger's take on the character. It makes him look a like an ordinary crimnal and less like the monster the character is. That's why I have a problem withthe scene at Loeb's memorial where Joker was in police uniform and you can see his face. Though Ledger looked creepy. It remnded me too much of "Maniac Cop". Kind of wish he wore a disguise for his face instead. Seeing his face for a few seconds sort of takes away from the mystique of what Nolan and co. trying to with him, imo.
Wow never notied that before and I think they thought anyone wouldn't either.
What?... I totally remember there being a Starbucks sign on the street where Batman flips the Jokers truck.
Anyway, the poster is indiscernible in the actual film so there was no need to change it.
Well, I didn't know about this. Good catch.
WOAAAHH. Mind's blown haha. And what I've never noticed is Ledger's face there, wow. Pretty good pause that. Reaction time of a fly or something.
(When does he put on the makeup then?!)
I assume Marvel exists in this universe as it does in our universe. Comic books, movies, and all.
Raimi is Nolan's friend.
He doesn't. Those are behind-the-scenes photos from the Making of the Dark Knight Trilogy book.
In the Joker/Bat-pod standoff there is also a store with the word Chicago on it.
Theres an Old Chicago down the street from me. I live in Phoenix.
I'm sure all it was is that since you never see Ledger's face until the end of the scene, that they just didn't bother putting the make-up on. Plus, to fake us out, Ledger's hair gets progressively greener until it's revealed that the Joker was there the whole time.
Woah what a brain tingler...