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Discussion in 'The Dark Knight' started by spideyman101, Jan 30, 2008.
Because, that's why.
thats a bit cawazee!!! i likey!!
The kitten is incensed at the quality of Indy 4, and has enlisted Patrick Stewart's help to wreak revenge.
HEY GUYS, I'M A HUGE BATMAN FAN, I LOVED BB AND THIS ONE LOOKS TEH AWESOME!!! I HAVEN'T BEEN AROUND MUCH HERE FOR A FEW REASONS, 1) BATFANS ON THESE BOARDS SCARE ME LOL, AND 2) I DIDN'T WANT TO SPOIL TOO MUCH OF THE FILM!!! NOW AFTER HAVING SPENT SOME TIME WITH IRON MAN AND TIH, WHICH I LOVED, IT'S TIME TO GIVE TDK SOME LOVE!!!up:
then give it kid!! change that avy!!!!
KID??? I'M 34 JUNIOR, DON'T MAKE ME "SMASH YOU!!!"D
When making a film, there are several takes, that also include several different deliveries of the lines. Most of the stuff you see in trailers/tv spots are discarded material; it's all the stuff not used in the film. So what you see in the film will be the same content, but presented differently.
Did anyone have problems with the semi crashing into the ceiling? Who would think up something like that?-It's so unreal...and fake. Why not just do something you can do for real?- Like knock it over or something??? Why crash it in the ceiling using CGI? And would a truck crash into the ceiling in real life?-NO! It would just scrape the top! What happened to Nolan's realism? Hopefully that doesn't make it into the film!
Has anyone noticed that in the 7th TV spot in the scene where Joker is on the news there is a headline saying "Batman Dead?" or it could be "Batman Deadly" I don't know but try pausing at 0:28 on this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67-poSYpVP0&fmt=18. It's at the bottom.
Yeah, it's 'Batman Dead' This is probably right after they find the fake dead batman hanging from the flag pole.
The truck-crashing-into-a-ceiling expert! I honor your wisdom!
It might be the way its cut, but that particular trailer gives the impression that Batman deliberately swerves the The Tumbler into the path of the Joker's truck. Given that The Tumbler is armoured, and wedge shaped, I don't think it's beyond the realm of physics that the resulting collision would force the cab of the truck over The Tumbler, like driving up a ramp, and into the overpass above. Course, The Tumbler is gonna be totaled!
And it also suggests that the Joker has a penchant for trucks. The truck in the latest TV spot and the one from the full trailer that 'flips' in a separate scene appear to be two separate trucks.
Yeah i know theres multiple takes
I didnt know that they air discarded takes the way they are now though, thanks for the heads up
^ You can never trust tv-spots/trailers etc... they're aaalways edited together in the weirdest way, and nothing ever quite plays out as you thought when seen in it's entirely... these tv-spots nor the dialoque within them doesn't worry me one bit... they're ****ing badass, as will this movie be!
good to know
Now that i think about it yeah
the trailers play out ten times better than the tvspots
thanks you eased one of the monkeys off my back
Semis wouldn't flip end-over-end either.
what causes it to flip?
is it a bomb?
if its a bomb or a bursted pipe right underneath, Im sure it wouldnt flip over but I can buy that it would flip over on screen.
the truck into the roof is alot harder to believe, and Im pretty sure is gonna be in the movie I hope not but more or less it should be I dont think they would waste a stunt or effect like that but hopefully Im wrong.
In a small way it is possible its not that hard to belive but yeah I agree it should be cut.
I have to admit that the "semi on roof" scene looks a bit fake. Too many sparks, and that piece of the ceiling that flies towards the camera cheapens it even more.
And i really dont know how Batman decided to do something like that. It not only makes little sense, but i dont think that the tumbler would survive this stunt.
We ll see...
is it possible that he stops underneath it?
or maybe the tvspot is edited poorly
and the truck is slowly falling down and we just dont see it
If it makes any difference it's actually a garbage truck he crashes into, not the semi.
I hope it's not going to become a monster truck rally
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