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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by RecklessFool, Sep 3, 2003.
Inspired by Incurock31
LOFL! your avatar makes me laugh
You stole incurock's joke?
SHAME ON YOU!
Awesome man....that chair was in Wallstreet.....it ruled.
I didn't knew Van Diesel could act
I don't know whether to be flattered or pissed.
He almost won a Grammy...
Actually, you're confusing it with this chair:
The chair that's in this poll was featured in such films as "The Boiler Room", "Kate and Leopold", and "How to Lose a guy in 10 Days".
Though I believe Pitch Black is one of the best, most original, and well done sci-fi movie in recent history, I have to go with the chair. Seriously, Vin is a one-dimensional actor. He does action. The chair? Describe to me a movie in which it cannot be cast. The chair, though sometimes type-cast, has range - comedy, drama, war, sci-fi, even foreign films. I could go on and on. The chair has no limitations.
He said chair...
BAH! It was my joke! I used it in the Thread! Thunder Stealer!
My sources (the voices in my head) have revealed to me that the chair has been cast in the lead role of the new Christopher Nolan Batman film. Too bad, Bale fans!
Best Thread Ever.
I read somewhere that the chair is playing none other than Batman's "BAT CHAIR", in which he sits while he uses his batcomputer.
It should be a challenge...pushing the chair's acting talents to the extreme.
I voted Vin Diesel. Well...because I think such performances of that in the Fast and the Furious are definitely Acadamy Award material and should have definitely been won over Chicago ...in fact...Vin Diesel should be deemed the best actor of all time and the Academy Awards should give him awards for movies even if he's not in any. Vin Diesel is the mac daddy of acting....
Okay, so yeah....chair.
I'll confirm that. I was able to take this exclusive shot from the actual Batcave set (it's blue-screen - the cg cave walls will be added in post-production). Mr. Nolan couldn't be happier with his star.
The stars of Christopher Nolan's new BATMAN film take a break behind the scenes.
Our star overlooking a breath-taking Gotham City backdrop. When asked about the beautiful sets and miniatures that will be used in the new film, the chair said "..."
News continues to roll in as the chair has an interview with David Letterman as a guest on his show. Publicists who speak on the chairs behalf claim that the new BATMAN film is so secretive, that the chair is not allowed to speak of the new film at all, hence it's silence on the David Letterman show.
Everyonce in awhile, I see a topic I wish I started. This is one! Brilliant!
I talked to Letterman after the show, he was most impressed with the chair's composure. With the regular season well over, the chair has been seen in public quite a bit with the world-famous Laker Girls. Rumor is, he's "rooming" with a couple of them.
That Chair deserves an Academy Award