TMC-4 (19383)


10 Best Kevin Conroy Batman Quotes In Batman: The Animated Series Defunct TV Channels | Discontinued Nostalgia #1 *SPOILER*: The Real Reason George Lucas Killed Qui-Gon Jinn In Star Wars: The Phantom Menace We Rewatched X-Men: The Animated Series And It's Completely Different Now 10 Best Episodes Of The Avengers: United They Stand The Deadly Curse Of The Last Dragon | Terrible Things Happened To Cast Marvel Revealed The Fantastic Four Comics You Must Read Before The MCU Reboot 10 MCU Characters You Forgot Appeared In Iron Man: The Animated Series The Maddening Death Of Mad TV Unfinished Business TELEVISION Special Episode - Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV View all posts >


I'm "turning aggressive" in your words, because you're making a pretty baseless and petty accusation (suggesting that I must get paid to post "tabloid trash) and instead of focusing on the subject at hand. And you were attacking me, because why else would you say something like "Are you paid to constantly share tabloid trash all over this site?" in the very first place? This was also not too long after the Seduction of the Innocent controversy, which among other things, seemed to claim that Batman and Robin were gay: [url]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seduction_of_the_Innocent[/url] [url]https://cypheravenue.com/boards/threads/did-fredric-wertham-really-claim-that-batman-and-robin-were-gay.1944/[/url] Didn't the cowboy villain Shame (played by Cliff Robertson) use fear gas? So in a sense, he was probably the closest thing to Batman 1966's version of Scarecrow. [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol34kozlFR4[/url] [url]https://batman.fandom.com/wiki/Shame[/url] [url]https://reactormag.com/holy-rewatch-batman-the-great-escape-the-great-train-robbery/[/url] Lois Lane's Changing Appearance in Superman II [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=IxXOe6fq3b8[/url] [quote]Margot Kidder's thinner face, different hair, and new teeth make for some continuity issues, sometimes within the same scene.[/quote] Casting Hercules For Disney's Live-Action Remake: 10 Actors Who'd Be Perfect [url]https://screenrant.com/hercules-live-action-casting-disney-remake-actors/[/url] With Hercules finally getting the Disney live-action treatment, it's worth thinking about who would be the best actor to take on the iconic role. The simplest explaining that I've heard is that Val Kilmer kind of quit and also kind of got fired. He quit in part because he was miserable filming in the Batsuit because it was so hot and difficult to move around. He also said in his book, that Warren Buffet's grandkids once visited the Batman Forever set and they completely ignored him despite him being in the Batsuit at time. But he may have gotten fired because like you said, he didn't see eye to eye with the director Joel Schumacher. Plus, Kilmer had booked The Saint without giving Warner Bros. and the Batman production staff a heads up. Val Kilmer even back then, had a reputation of being a testy, problematic actor to deal with. Reclusive actor Gene Hackman, 94, treats himself to 7-Eleven apple pie and a coffee on rare outing - as he marks 20 YEARS since his last on-screen role [url]https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-13285151/gene-hackman-new-mexico-gas-station-wife-spotted.html[/url] [quote]Gene Hackman was spotted grabbing an apple pie and a cup of coffee at a gas station - just weeks after he and his wife Betsy Arakawa were seen together for the first time in two decades on their way to get a bite to eat. The 94-year-old reclusive, who has not starred in a film in over 20 years, was seen grabbing a sweet treat and a cup of coffee while at a gas station. The legendary Superman actor made headlines last month after he was spotted holding onto 62-year-old Betsy's arm for balance as the lovebirds, who have been married for 33 years, headed to munch on some food. Gene treated himself to a fruity dessert and some caffeine at the Sante Fe, Mexico gas station - just four months after he celebrated his 94th birthday.[/quote] DC Can Break a Tiresome Superman Movie Trend With a Little Help From the MCU [url]https://www.cbr.com/dc-can-break-a-tiresome-superman-movie-trend-with-a-little-help-from-the-mcu/[/url] Although Superman often suffers from one-dimensional portrayals, DC has a chance to learn from the MCU and present him as a true character. Supergirl’s $14.3m Box Office Bomb Makes The DCU Reboot Even More Important [url]https://screenrant.com/supergirl-dcu-40-year-movie-bomb-important/[/url] 40 years ago, Supergirl's first solo cinematic outing bombed critically and financially, making her debut in the DCU reboot even more important. I saw Daniel Waters on the Icons Unearthed show on Batman Returns and he too gave me the vibe that he was something of a douchy edgelord. Plus, by several accounts the original screenplay that Waters wrote for Batman Returns before Wesley Strick was brought in sucked. [url]https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/592omf/i_just_read_daniel_waters_early_draft_script_for/[/url] [url]https://www.reddit.com/r/Catwoman/comments/m249su/comment/gui9rn8/[/url] [url]https://www.google.com/search?q=daniel+waters+batman+forums+site:www.batman-online.com&sca_esv=e6582399baa4e712&sca_upv=1&sxsrf=ACQVn0_2kQBUE83_Zn0bDGwukWczTd3w6Q:1712297254952&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjbj4attKqFAxXHSTABHUUJCWcQrQIoBHoECBIQBQ&biw=1600&bih=773&dpr=1#ip=1[/url] [url]https://www.google.com/search?q=daniel+waters+batman+returns+site%3Awww.reddit.com&sca_esv=e6582399baa4e712&sca_upv=1&biw=1600&bih=773&sxsrf=ACQVn08tNdfr95Y8LtWTbksj0N9OCYK-uA%3A1712298478157&ei=7pkPZtyYCZSMwbkP6ai7-Aw&ved=0ahUKEwjcx6j0uKqFAxUURjABHWnUDs8Q4dUDCBA&uact=5&oq=daniel+waters+batman+returns+site%3Awww.reddit.com&gs_lp=Egxnd3Mtd2l6LXNlcnAiMGRhbmllbCB3YXRlcnMgYmF0bWFuIHJldHVybnMgc2l0ZTp3d3cucmVkZGl0LmNvbUiTDVDcBFj2C3ABeACQAQCYAasBoAG5CKoBAzAuN7gBA8gBAPgBAZgCAKACAJgDAIgGAZIHAKAHuwI&sclient=gws-wiz-serp#ip=1[/url] View all replies >