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The Dark Knight (2008)

The Dark Knight (2008)
Trivia During the scene where the Joker crashes Bruce Wayne's party for Harvey, when he first appears in the elevator Alfred was meant to have some lines, however this was the first time Michael Caine had seen Heath Ledger with the Joker make up on, you can even see the shocked expression on his face as the Joker walks past him. See more » Quotes [first lines] Grumpy: [with Chuckles, picks up Bozo on the street] Three of a kind, let's do this! Chuckles: Huh, that's it?

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Batman Batman is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, as well as its associated media. The character was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, and first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939). Originally named "the Bat-Man," the character is also referred to by such epithets as "the Caped Crusader,"[5] "the Dark Knight,"[5] and "the World's Greatest Detective."[5]

Crazy, Stupid, Love. Crazy, Stupid, Love (stylized onscreen as Crazy, Stupid, Love.) is a 2011 romantic comedy-drama film directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, and written by Dan Fogelman. It stars Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, John Carroll Lynch, Marisa Tomei, Annaleigh Tipton and Kevin Bacon. The film was released in United States and Canada by Warner Bros. Batmobile The Batmobile /ˈbætməˌbiːl/ is the automobile of DC Comics superhero Batman. The car has evolved along with the character from comic books to television and films reflecting evolving car technologies.[1] Kept in the Batcave accessed through a hidden entrance, the gadget-laden car is used by Batman in his crime-fighting activities. Publication history The original version of the Batmobile. In Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, the Batmobile has been modified into a tank-like armored riot control vehicle, complete with machine guns shooting rubber bullets, a large cannon mounted on the front, and large tank treads in place of tires.

25 Reasons why Batman is better than Superman. - Batman 1. Hes more believable 2. Doesnt have any superpowers whatsoever and still manages to get the job done 3. Stronger willed 7 Ways Batman Is Objectively Better Than Superman Arguing about Batman versus Superman is like masturbation: A lot of people do it online, often instead of sex, and it's a lot of fun. Also like many arguments online, one side is backed up by intelligence and careful preparation while the other only keeps going because arguments just bounce off its stupid invulnerable skin. DCEven Superman looks bored by his own comic. #7. Batman's Regular Stories Are Interesting Superman is the icon, the original comic book superhero as we now understand the term, and 80 years later he's still kicking ass.

3 Reasons Batman is Better Than Superman & How it Can Improve Your Conversion Rates As a died-in-the-wool geek, I stand ever ready to defend my personal preferences in superheroes as if they were objective facts with religious importance for all people. In that vein, allow me to explain why Batman is better than Superman, and how putting this knowledge to work could increase your leads and sales. The way I see it, there are three main reasons: 1. PEC: Lesson Plans for Physical Education Name of Activity: Batman & Robin Prerequisites: Safe Chasing, Fleeing, and Dodging Skills. Suggested Grade Level: 2-4 Materials Needed: Three different colored pool noodles, two pinnies or make Batman and Robin masks.

Wayne Enterprises Wayne Enterprises (formerly WayneCorp, after Wayne-Powers, eventually Wayne Incorporated) is a fictional company in the DC Universe, owned by Bruce Wayne and run by his business manager, Lucius Fox. It was founded by merchant ancestors of the Wayne family in the 17th century as a merchant house, although the company changed when the heir of Judge Solomon Wayne, Alan, utilized his father's wealth and established the Wayne Shipping company and also the Wayne Chemical company in the city. Thus it was officially established in the 19th century.

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