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 Heath Ledger is dead., How will this effect "The Dark Knight"??
Wingman
  Posted: Jan 22 2008, 10:52 PM


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In case you don't know, Heath Ledger, the actor who plays the Joker in the upcoming "The Dark Knight", due out July 21, was found dead in his apartment today, very likely of a drug overdose. He was only 28. Now, I didn't really care much about the guy before now, but this does raise questions about any possible changes or delays for TDK. If the movie was already in the can, then they'll be able to release it, with some sort of "in loving memory of" thing to go with it. But if filming was still happening, then that could mess up the time of the movie, possibly delaying the movie's opening if filming had not concluded, which could still be a very real possibility.


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War produces classic remarks by military commanders; on February 26, 1991, the US 1st Armored Division, the famous Big Red One, encountered the allegedly elite Iraqi Republican Guard. The divisional commander, Major General Ronald Griffiths, radioed his deputy, who was riding with the armored spearhead. "I understand we are engaging the Medina Division?" he said, referring to one of the crack Iraqi Guard divisions. "Negative, sir," came the reply. "We are destroying the Medina Division."
Great proof that despite their quantity, the Soviet tanks that NATO planners feared above all else could be shredded by the M1 Abrams, Challenger 2, Leopard 2, LeClerc, Ariete, and Merkava with ease. Patton would be proud.

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DataSnake
Posted: Jan 23 2008, 03:36 AM


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Hopefully, they will get a more "happy" joker. I didn't like the whole "depressed-clown" idea I saw in the previews, he is supposed to be a LAUGHING lunatic who thinks everything is a joke.


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Wingman
Posted: Jan 23 2008, 02:05 PM


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QUOTE (DataSnake @ Jan 22 2008, 10:36 PM)
Hopefully, they will get a more "happy" joker. I didn't like the whole "depressed-clown" idea I saw in the previews, he is supposed to be a LAUGHING lunatic who thinks everything is a joke.

I kinda liked Ledger's Joker. He was completely, COMPLETELY psycotic, and he seems like the perfect enemy for Batman. I llked his version of the character.


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"Never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to so few."- Winston Churchill, commenting on the heroic struggles of the RAF against the German Luftwaffe.

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War produces classic remarks by military commanders; on February 26, 1991, the US 1st Armored Division, the famous Big Red One, encountered the allegedly elite Iraqi Republican Guard. The divisional commander, Major General Ronald Griffiths, radioed his deputy, who was riding with the armored spearhead. "I understand we are engaging the Medina Division?" he said, referring to one of the crack Iraqi Guard divisions. "Negative, sir," came the reply. "We are destroying the Medina Division."
Great proof that despite their quantity, the Soviet tanks that NATO planners feared above all else could be shredded by the M1 Abrams, Challenger 2, Leopard 2, LeClerc, Ariete, and Merkava with ease. Patton would be proud.

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SilverSurfer092
Posted: Jan 24 2008, 12:48 AM


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First, that's a horrible reaction. "OMG, someone died!! Well, will the movie still come out?" That's a bit harsh. Second, I did have that reaction, however, I also cared about the man dying. He's a fellow Australian and I was a fan of his. And yes, TDK is in post-production. The movie will still come out as planned.
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Wingman
  Posted: Jan 24 2008, 01:44 PM


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QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Jan 23 2008, 07:48 PM)
First, that's a horrible reaction. "OMG, someone died!! Well, will the movie still come out?" That's a bit harsh. Second, I did have that reaction, however, I also cared about the man dying. He's a fellow Australian and I was a fan of his. And yes, TDK is in post-production. The movie will still come out as planned.

What I meant by my reaction was that I hadn't followed his movies or him that much, so I didn't know that much about him, apart from involvement with TDK. I'm also getting very weary of looking at the news and seeing YET ANOTHER movie star or singer or someone die because of their own stupid mistakes or choices. It's his fault he died, because he was ODing. It just gets old.


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"Never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to so few."- Winston Churchill, commenting on the heroic struggles of the RAF against the German Luftwaffe.

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I don't smoke, I don't chew... and I don't date girls who do.

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War produces classic remarks by military commanders; on February 26, 1991, the US 1st Armored Division, the famous Big Red One, encountered the allegedly elite Iraqi Republican Guard. The divisional commander, Major General Ronald Griffiths, radioed his deputy, who was riding with the armored spearhead. "I understand we are engaging the Medina Division?" he said, referring to one of the crack Iraqi Guard divisions. "Negative, sir," came the reply. "We are destroying the Medina Division."
Great proof that despite their quantity, the Soviet tanks that NATO planners feared above all else could be shredded by the M1 Abrams, Challenger 2, Leopard 2, LeClerc, Ariete, and Merkava with ease. Patton would be proud.

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SilverSurfer092
Posted: Jan 24 2008, 10:11 PM


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QUOTE (Wingman @ Jan 24 2008, 01:44 PM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Jan 23 2008, 07:48 PM)
First, that's a horrible reaction. "OMG, someone died!! Well, will the movie still come out?" That's a bit harsh. Second, I did have that reaction, however, I also cared about the man dying. He's a fellow Australian and I was a fan of his. And yes, TDK is in post-production. The movie will still come out as planned.

What I meant by my reaction was that I hadn't followed his movies or him that much, so I didn't know that much about him, apart from involvement with TDK. I'm also getting very weary of looking at the news and seeing YET ANOTHER movie star or singer or someone die because of their own stupid mistakes or choices. It's his fault he died, because he was ODing. It just gets old.

The way they die is old. Who dies and what dies with them never gets old.
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Wingman
  Posted: Jan 25 2008, 02:30 AM


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QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Jan 24 2008, 05:11 PM)
QUOTE (Wingman @ Jan 24 2008, 01:44 PM)
QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Jan 23 2008, 07:48 PM)
First, that's a horrible reaction. "OMG, someone died!! Well, will the movie still come out?" That's a bit harsh. Second, I did have that reaction, however, I also cared about the man dying. He's a fellow Australian and I was a fan of his. And yes, TDK is in post-production. The movie will still come out as planned.

What I meant by my reaction was that I hadn't followed his movies or him that much, so I didn't know that much about him, apart from involvement with TDK. I'm also getting very weary of looking at the news and seeing YET ANOTHER movie star or singer or someone die because of their own stupid mistakes or choices. It's his fault he died, because he was ODing. It just gets old.

The way they die is old. Who dies and what dies with them never gets old.

Yes, that's what I meant. *sighs* Dang it, do have to take issue with ABSOLUTELY everything I say?


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"Never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to so few."- Winston Churchill, commenting on the heroic struggles of the RAF against the German Luftwaffe.

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I don't smoke, I don't chew... and I don't date girls who do.

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War produces classic remarks by military commanders; on February 26, 1991, the US 1st Armored Division, the famous Big Red One, encountered the allegedly elite Iraqi Republican Guard. The divisional commander, Major General Ronald Griffiths, radioed his deputy, who was riding with the armored spearhead. "I understand we are engaging the Medina Division?" he said, referring to one of the crack Iraqi Guard divisions. "Negative, sir," came the reply. "We are destroying the Medina Division."
Great proof that despite their quantity, the Soviet tanks that NATO planners feared above all else could be shredded by the M1 Abrams, Challenger 2, Leopard 2, LeClerc, Ariete, and Merkava with ease. Patton would be proud.

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The Sharpshooter
Posted: Jan 29 2008, 07:29 PM


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What's really weird is he's gonna' pull a Two-Pac when Dark Knight comes out.
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Wingman
  Posted: Jan 29 2008, 07:31 PM


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QUOTE (The Sharpshooter @ Jan 29 2008, 02:29 PM)
What's really weird is he's gonna' pull a Two-Pac when Dark Knight comes out.

Yeah.


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"Never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to so few."- Winston Churchill, commenting on the heroic struggles of the RAF against the German Luftwaffe.

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I don't smoke, I don't chew... and I don't date girls who do.

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War produces classic remarks by military commanders; on February 26, 1991, the US 1st Armored Division, the famous Big Red One, encountered the allegedly elite Iraqi Republican Guard. The divisional commander, Major General Ronald Griffiths, radioed his deputy, who was riding with the armored spearhead. "I understand we are engaging the Medina Division?" he said, referring to one of the crack Iraqi Guard divisions. "Negative, sir," came the reply. "We are destroying the Medina Division."
Great proof that despite their quantity, the Soviet tanks that NATO planners feared above all else could be shredded by the M1 Abrams, Challenger 2, Leopard 2, LeClerc, Ariete, and Merkava with ease. Patton would be proud.

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darkender
Posted: Jan 30 2008, 11:23 PM


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wasn't that guy gay?


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SilverSurfer092
Posted: Jan 31 2008, 12:35 AM


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QUOTE (darkender @ Jan 30 2008, 11:23 PM)
wasn't that guy gay?

No. He just had some massive balls and played a gay guy.
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The Ripper
Posted: Jan 31 2008, 01:13 AM


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QUOTE (The Sharpshooter @ Jan 29 2008, 07:29 PM)
What's really weird is he's gonna' pull a Two-Pac when Dark Knight comes out.

It's Tupac/2pac, not Two-Pac!

Trust me, I used to listen to 2pac!


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Wingman
  Posted: Jan 31 2008, 01:42 PM


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QUOTE (SilverSurfer092 @ Jan 30 2008, 07:35 PM)
QUOTE (darkender @ Jan 30 2008, 11:23 PM)
wasn't that guy gay?

No. He just had some massive balls and played a gay guy.

Yeah, in Brokeback Mountain. A.K.A., Humpback Mountain, as my friend calls it.


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"Never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to so few."- Winston Churchill, commenting on the heroic struggles of the RAF against the German Luftwaffe.

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I don't smoke, I don't chew... and I don't date girls who do.

----

War produces classic remarks by military commanders; on February 26, 1991, the US 1st Armored Division, the famous Big Red One, encountered the allegedly elite Iraqi Republican Guard. The divisional commander, Major General Ronald Griffiths, radioed his deputy, who was riding with the armored spearhead. "I understand we are engaging the Medina Division?" he said, referring to one of the crack Iraqi Guard divisions. "Negative, sir," came the reply. "We are destroying the Medina Division."
Great proof that despite their quantity, the Soviet tanks that NATO planners feared above all else could be shredded by the M1 Abrams, Challenger 2, Leopard 2, LeClerc, Ariete, and Merkava with ease. Patton would be proud.

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