View Full Version : Batman's new look
06-16-2007, 01:25 PM
The costume has been redesigned for The Dark Knight...I like it...it actually looks functional, unlike past suits.
06-16-2007, 01:34 PM
Reminds me of the Batman series "Knightsquest".
06-16-2007, 01:36 PM
Cool. I'm really like the new movies these days. New JB is awesome, new BM is really good too.
06-16-2007, 01:43 PM
Robin: Holy polystyrene, Batman! Why can't he wear normal clothes, like we used to?
Batman: I don't know, Robin...I don't know...now, shake that tight little ass like Aunt Harriet taught you...
06-16-2007, 02:04 PM
looks good, I prefer more streamlined, but it's not too over the top.
06-16-2007, 02:07 PM
It says he can move his head around in this one.
06-16-2007, 02:18 PM
looks like a cross between robocop and tron suit.
06-16-2007, 02:23 PM
I miss those bedsheets and spandex.
06-16-2007, 10:42 PM
It's too busy, the rumor was they were going to make it "sleeker." He looks like a robot. Some people have started calling it tronesque or the tronsuit. I am glad that after so many years, they finally figured out that he needs to be able to turn his head without having to move his whole upper torso.
I've been a bit worried about the direction of this movie, visually speaking, but some plot spoilers leaked out that have reassured me. As long as the story and characterization are good, that's what's really important about making a good movie. Spoilers ahead:
It has been confirmed that a major aspect of The Dark Knight plot will involve two barges full of Gothamites evacuating the city.
Sources say the evacuation will stem from the Joker planning on destroying Gotham city. However, the evacuation won't go exactly as planned. Supposedly there will be bombs aboard each ship... and an insidious plan hatched by the Joker.
What will the bombs be for? One hint involved Gotham city officials being forced to decide which barge to explode...if they don't choose the Joker will destroy each one...
An added wrinkle: One boat houses the innocent of Gotham...and the other the convicted...seems to be an easy question...but who comes out clean?
It has been verified that the location in Chicago previously identified as the Wayne Penthouse (which was ironically located at ground level on Wacker St.) will hold a major scene wherein the Joker and Batman get to face off.
The scene will go something like this:
By this point the Joker has given Gotham city an ultimatum: Give me Batman or I'll kill all the people on the "A-list" of Gotham's who's who. Including Comissioner Gordon, Harvey Dent, Bruce Wayne...etc. Harvey Dent realizes that Batman will never come forward and thus takes the title upon himself. At some point before the party Harvey Dent declares himself Batman to help distract the Joker from his list of kills.
Consequently, Joker crashes Bruce Wayne's party at his penthouse (since the party is full of such A-listers) looking for Harvey Dent. Dent is indeed at the Party and Bruce quickly hides Harvey in a kitchen closet and runs to his bedroom. While there Bruce enters a panic room where his suit and armor are equipped upon his body and then returns to the penthouse room (in a very elaborate entrance) and a fight ensues. At one point someone is thrown out of the penthouse window.
06-17-2007, 01:29 AM
I like everything I've seen from this movie so far (The Joker's look, Batsuit, etc.) and I wish I hadn't read those spoilers but if those are legit, the movie looks like it's gonna be :eek: ! Those 2 scenes I read>>>>Spiderman 3.
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