Also, the Anne Hathaway hatred was unnecessary, no one has even seen her act except for a few seconds in the trailer.
I have to say, I've seen Anne Hathaway act in other things. I've seen that costume. I've heard her voice. I'm puzzled as to why she would be in any form be seen as acceptable as Catwoman. Nolan makes strange choices. Then again, he is a beloved director and I'm on a message board. How strange the world is.
Looks like TDKR is going to flop.
The Dark Knight, to me, felt like it was a crime drama that later on had Batman stuff pasted over it. He didn't even touch his utility belt or throw a single batarang.
I hope TDKR at least feels like more of a Batman movie and implements more things from the comics.
Dark Knight rises still is months away so its still time left to build up the hype even though most fans are so fatigued by it all
yeah, I don't get the horse comment.
Must be a very pretty horse!
God damn nerds!
"You can't trust them as poets either. The true poet is anonymous, as to his habits, but these boys have to look, act, and apparently smell like poets"
Flannery O'Connor on the beats.
That's a horse I'd like to have a roll in the hay with.
edit: Also if you don't like Anne Hathaway, who would you have liked to see as Catwoman?
Pull: Too many to list :(
I don't know about you guys but I didn't think the trailer made it look like anything great.
If you see a pre-release movie as a part of a focus group, or a screener for review purposes, then oftentimes you are required to sign a NDA, or Non-disclosure Agreement, basically a contract saying you won't talk about or share with the advance information you're exposed to with an early viewing.
For instance, my employer is the EIC of a comics company that has connections with production studios and companies from developing their properties into film and television, so every summer he receives DVD screeners of all of the pilots for the next season, and at awards time often receives screeners for nominated films, but he isn't allowed to share the screeners, or discuss them until they've been released, as violating an NDA can have legal consequences.
That being said, the poster being asked could certainly have been an extra, or on staff, and would likely have signed an extensive NDA.