Mister Pain wrote:
Aging cream? C'mon. A genuine seasoned actor with some years on him would be needed to play Miller's DK, not the American version of Russell Crowe.
I was kind of kidding about the aging cream part, because so many people would want bale in the role
(Becuse he IS the best Batman since George Clooney)* I persoanlly wouldn't mind another actor especially if it's ten years later.
My dream title would be 'The Dynamic Duo' and it would be the introduction of Robin, wearing a kevlar type suti like Batman, with black arms and legs and burghandy center piece. Played by _______________ (idk).
The Movie would open with the Rogues gallery, minus the Joker, sitting around a dark room. A man stands in the front talking, the various baddies are shown until the speaker is revealed... Hush. Through out the movie Hush uses the villains like pawns and commits several crimes, leading to Batman being over worked, until a night at the circus has him meet a young boy, they connect and pretty soon... there is a Boy Wonder. And the two clean up the city, and the World's Greatest Detective links it all back to Hush and eventually the Dynamic Duo makes their way to Hush and defeats him in a climactic fight, with the city cleaned of the masked mad men (and women).
The over villianing seems pointless, but it would show off the gallery and get them locked up and thus effectivly lead to the end of the trilogy. It ends with Bruce and Dick sitting in Wayne Manor, windows open. Alfred walks in with a tray of tea and says, 'It's quite silent tonight.' To which Bruce replies 'There's a first for everything.' Credits roll.
in a post credit Scene of Robin bumming around the internet on the Bat Cave computer, an email arrives and he opens it. Inside the email is a short letter, talking about forming up a new team, Robin reads and kind of laughs, then looks down and sees who the letter is from... Superman. The name isn't shown until Dick runs off yelling for Bruce, then the name is shown.
All leading up to the Justice League Movie!
*I'm not picking on Bale, but over all I don't think he's a great Batman. He's good, but he's not Great... I prefer the animated Batman with Kevin Conroy, he's what I picture batman sounding like as 'Batman' deeper but not 'WheRawrrawr Iarwrwrwr Sheawrwrwrwra!'