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Thread: Dream Casting for a Batman movie

Dream Casting for a Batman movie

  1. #26
    I almost fell out of my seat when I saw Mickey Rooney.

    Great casting, Batfan.

  2. #27
    Originally Posted by JackWinz
    Dalip Singh (The Great Kahli) From "get smart" would make an awesome Bane.

    He's the right size lol you got that right but speed or agility The Great Khali is slow but IMO Bane venom would be CGI its obvious. Look at Arnold in Terminator Salvation. The FX were amazing.
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  3. #28
    Originally Posted by JackWinz
    Now tell me this wouldn't make an epic movie.

    Batman/Bruce: Don Knotts


    Robin/Richard: Bobby Lee


    Alfred: Ashton Kutcher



    Joker: Jigsaw


    Harley Quinn: Miss Piggy


    Two-Face: Billy Mays


    Bane: Mike Myers/Fat B.


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  4. #29
    Great thread that I think deserves some updating.In other words...bump.
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  5. #30
    I think the rock would be awesome as Bane I like this pic.


  6. #31
    Originally Posted by Vexta
    He's the right size lol you got that right but speed or agility The Great Khali is slow but IMO Bane venom would be CGI its obvious. Look at Arnold in Terminator Salvation. The FX were amazing.
    You do know that Arnold wasn't a CG creation in Terminator Salvation, right? They used a bodybuilder to play his body and CG'd Arnie's head on him. If anything, you just proved that they don't have to use CG for Venom Bane.
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  7. #32
    Originally Posted by Vexta
    Chrisitan Bale is a fine Batman but how about for a Bane:



    VENOM BANE WILL BE CGI!
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  8. #33
    Originally Posted by JackWinz
    Now tell me this wouldn't make an epic movie.

    Batman/Bruce: Don Knotts


    Robin/Richard: Bobby Lee


    Alfred: Ashton Kutcher



    Joker: Jigsaw


    Harley Quinn: Miss Piggy


    Two-Face: Billy Mays


    Bane: Mike Myers/Fat B.


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  9. #34
    Gabriel Macht and Sam Worthington, dont know who they could play, it would just make me enjoy the movie even more te he!!!

  10. #35
    I agree with Jack on Don Knotts being Batman.

    Here's my cast

    Don Knotts: Batman



    Drazar: Robin



    Gordon: Pimp from Superman



    Alfred: Grunt from Halo



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  11. #36
    Originally Posted by TheCluemaster
    I will be back for villains.
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    this goes in with the nolan series:

    Jake Gyllenhall as Nightwing:

    David Tennant as Riddler(For a more classic Riddler, David Hyde Pierce.'Nuff Said):

    Black Mask (Doesn't matter, you won't see his face)

    Anne Hathaway as Barbara Gordon:

    Gerard Butler as Thomas Elliot/Hush

    Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin

    Javier Bardam as Bane

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    Originally Posted by tnr105
    this goes in with the nolan series:

    Jake Gyllenhall as Nightwing:

    David Tennant as Riddler(For a more classic Riddler, David Hyde Pierce.'Nuff Said):

    Black Mask (Doesn't matter, you won't see his face)

    Anne Hathaway as Barbara Gordon:

    Gerard Butler as Thomas Elliot/Hush

    Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin

    Javier Bardam as Bane
    Is that really Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhall? It doesn't look like them

  14. #39
    I miss this thread. I was thinking about this cast the other day, and I think that Andy Griffith would've made a very interesting Joker. Also, this thread is suddenly relevant again now that Nolan's trilogy is over and done.
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    Quoting myself here.
    Live-Action 'The Dark Knight Returns'
    Why? So I can cast David Bowie as Joker.








    Tell me he wouldn't be perfect.

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    Can I dig it? Hmmmm...yes, yes I can dig it.
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    lol, Andy Griffith. I could go with Don Knotts in his prime

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    I'm not kidding, though. If you've ever watched The Andy Griffith Show, you should know about his goofy grin and almost too innocent to be real demeanor. That innocence could be a powerful tool for an actor playing a villain. Put him in a film with a cast like I have above (sans The Chaneys, as Man-Bat wasn't created until 1970, and I obviously don't need 2 Jokers ) with a master director like Alfred Hitchcock, and you could have an incredibly powerful Batman film.
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    Yup, watched them so much I probably know most episodes by heart.

    I think if you used the entire cast for a Batman film, lol, you'd really have some gold there. Floyd, the Barber, is already the Mad Hatter, heh

    Griffith, to this point, I could actually see playing a much darker character than Knotts (Knotts playing such a dark villain might be too disturbing just because it's so wrong). Anything directed by Hitchcock would be hard-pressed to fail, also. Yeah, that would be something to have seen.

    Hitchcock could have made a cameo as the Calendar Man

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    I'd like to start this post off by saying that you, sir, have great taste in entertainment. The Andy Griffith show is amazing, and I still enjoy it to this day. I'll be damned, Floyd was the Mad Hatter, wasn't he? A friend of mine recorded 119 of the 120 episodes of the classic Batman series from The Hub, so every now and then, we'll find ourselves watching it when we get together. The other night was George Sanders as Mr. Freeze. As for Hitchcock, apparently, Calendar Man was introduced in 1958, so the timing would be right, but I'm not so sure that the incarnation would be.

    If I'm not mistaken, wasn't Calendar Man initially a costumed villain? I'm not quite sure how Hitchcock would look in a tight red outfit with a cloak and shoulder pads made from pages of a calendar. I was thinking that Hitchcock could be (surprisingly) Alfred. It wouldn't be totally inaccurate, considering that Alfred's initial incarnation in Detective Comics was a somewhat portly man (even though by the time my film would come out, Alfred would have adopted his slender, mustachioed appearance some 16-20 years earlier in 1944).
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  21. #46
    Bruce Wayne- Jon Hamm
    Batman- James McCaffrey
    Joker- Michael Sheen, James Franco, or Adrian Brody
    Jim Gordon- I can only imagine Clint Eastwood in the role all of a sudden.
    Mr. Freeze- Patrick Stewart
    Clayface- Bruce Campbell (C'mon, why not?)
    Hush- Thomas Jane (I don't exactly have much experience with the charterer, so if this bad casting, please tell me)
    Calender Man- Kevin Spacy or Me (Or so I'm told by a friend)
    Riddler- Stephen Colbert
    Bane-I...I can only imagine Tom Hardy in the role now.
    Hugo Strange- Anthony Hopkins

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    Originally Posted by batfan08
    I'd like to start this post off by saying that you, sir, have great taste in entertainment. The Andy Griffith show is amazing, and I still enjoy it to this day.
    My favorite episode probably is the Pickles one.

    If I'm not mistaken, wasn't Calendar Man initially a costumed villain? I'm not quite sure how Hitchcock would look in a tight red outfit with a cloak and shoulder pads made from pages of a calendar.
    If anyone could do it and still be equally droll and hilarious, it would be him

    I was thinking that Hitchcock could be (surprisingly) Alfred.
    I can actually hear it: "Good evening, Mr. Wayne. Tonight, I'd like to tell you a tale involving aquatic birds, an umbrella, and a runaway monocle."

    Love George Sanders

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