Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Batman 3 In 2011

Christopher Nolan has yet to sign off on The new Batman 3 Gotham Knights but speculation is that nothing will stand in his way. The movie is said to have a New villain The Riddler Who is obsessed with ,riddles, puzzles, and word games. He delights in forewarning both Batman and the police of his capers by sending them complex clues. Below are rumors and speculations about the cast aswell. Im really looking forward to this movie The last Tw
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.
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Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...


Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman


Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation.

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
he fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...he fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.

Read more about The Truth and Fiction About "Batman 3" by www.reelzchannel.com
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.

Read more about The Truth and Fiction About "Batman 3" by www.reelzchannel.com
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.

Read more about The Truth and Fiction About "Batman 3" by www.reelzchannel.com
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.

Read more about The Truth and Fiction About "Batman 3" by www.reelzchannel.com
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.

Read more about The Truth and Fiction About "Batman 3" by www.reelzchannel.com
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.
Eddie Murphy cast as The Riddler, Shia LaBeouf as Robin
Verdict: Rumor

The fact that this surfaced from notorious British tabloid The Sun should have been warning enough, but reports of the casting spread like wildfire over the Internet. Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately for the Meet Dave crowd, this is unsubstantiated. What's next, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze? Wait a minute...
Rachel Weisz cast as Catwoman
Verdict: Rumor

Probably because so many online journalists hoped it was true, this rumor seemed almost probable. Again, with Nolan not even signed on for a sequel, this has to be filed under "hopeful speculation."
There's a great script
Verdict: Rumor

There's not even a story treatment, and Warner Bros. is going to give Nolan all the time he needs to put one together. Says Horn: "We've been talking to Chris and what we have to do is get him in the right place and have him tell us what he thinks the notion might be for a great story." Months ago, Nolan confirmed his desire to create a good story "that's going to keep me emotionally invested for the couple of years" before he commits to direct the sequel.
Warner Bros. is developing a Commissioner Gordon spin-off starring Gary Oldman
Verdict: True (in our minds)

As enticing as it would be to watch Oldman and Gotham's most famous mustache battle the criminals on the streets of Gotham, we completely made that up. It felt good, too.
While the public -- not to mention Warner Bros. -- want a sequel to happen sooner than later, we'll have to wait for Nolan to make up his mind. Until there's a story and script written or a definitive agreement on Nolan returning, unfortunately there are nothing but rumors to report.

17 comments:

  1. i cant wait for a new batman, dark knight was so good!

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  2. I'm also looking forward to the new Batman movie, I think it will be good no matter who plays the Riddler or Harley Quinn or whatever ;-) Anyway, just in to show daily love, have a nice day :-)

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  4. dont think it'll live up the dark knight but ill still check it out

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