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Langsam sieht es so aus als wollen die einen Krimi daraus machen
Hoffentlich wird der so gut wie die ersten 4!
Batmobile got big wheels and Robin ain't laying no eggs!Hey folks, Harry here... if you go to BatmanBegins.Com and click on the logo - you'll get two early shots of the new batmobile. I think you'll agree it kicks a whole helluvalot of ass, and looks nothing like the Moriartymobile that he posted a few weeks back. This thing is the all terrain military vehicle designed by Wayne Technologies as a Military Vehicle that Bruce asks if it comes in black... and well... yes it does and damn... it looks like the War Wagon met Road Warrior! Asskicking will commence...harry, i thought you might like to see this. CLICK HERE this is from the batman begins (official? i believe it is.) site. it seems to fit with the reports of the new ride looking a lot like the Dark Knight Returns batmobile and going by the name of the tumbler. anyhoo, i'm not positve that these things are 100% for real but i thought you might be able to ferret out some truth. With respect, Ashley Wilson p.s.-and it looks a hell of a lot better than those other batmobile pics that were circulating a while back. Hey, everyone. "Moriarty" here. Just wanted to opine quickly. First, I'm really, really happy we were wrong a week or so ago. Harry busts my balls because he didn't want to put the pictures up in the first place. I deserve it. And I should have known better. This is the vehicle that's described in the Goyer script. This is The Tumbler, built as a bridging vehicle for the military, then never used. Goyer describes it the first time we see it as "a cross between a Lamborghini Countach and a Humvee. Sandy camouflage, stealthangled panelling and variable-angle flaps across the back." It can do a rampless jump at 100 mph. It was built by the Applied Research branch of Wayne Corp., which is how Bruce Wayne stumbles across it. He modifies it a bit, and the result is the thing that's already being so hotly debated by fans. It's a real-world vehicle, practical rather than "cool," and that's a pleasant surprise. And look closely at that glass pod between those front wheels. That comes into play during one of the script's coolest and most original action beats.Also, I want to compliment Warner Bros. for the way they're handling the BATMAN BEGINS website so far. That logo is class, and the way they just put these pictures up is impressive. It's hard to believe that the people who are already reaching out to the online community and making so many great creative choices on this film are also, somehow, connected to CATWOMAN. It's proof that you can't damn a whole studio for one film, no matter how insane that film may be. I have been trying to resist being excited about BATMAN BEGINS because I don't want to get invested in it, only to get burned one more time, but I'm starting to get hyped up despite myself. Coooool stuff all the way around."Moriarty" out.(aintitcool.com)
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