Happy Birthday Joker


In birthday parties, it’s usually a habit to invite a clown. This time, however, is a day that commemorates one of the most iconic clowns in popular culture – The Joker.

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It was in April 25, 1940 when The Joker initially appeared in the comic book debut for Batman. Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson was said to be responsible for designing the Joker but it was Bill Finger’s writing that brought character to life. The Joker was supposed to be killed off in that issue but editors decided to spare the villain which, eventually, led him to become Batman’s arch nemesis.

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Would You Prefer This Rumored Original Story Of ‘Batman v Superman?


Did you know that the rumored original “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” movie was more of a “Batman AND Superman”?

Many may agree that BvS did not live up to its expectation of an epic brawl between two of DC’s most iconic superheroes. There are quite a number of reasons for this but it cannot be denied that one of which was its somewhat chaotic story. Many also disapproved of Jesse Eisenberg’s version of Lex Luthor. Another factor why the movie was not well received by many is the inclusion of Doomsday as a minor villain which was supposed to have a great impact on Superman’s existence (and death). A lot also felt the movie had the need to insert as many Justice League characters as possible which felt kind of sloppy and rushed.

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Be that as it may, the rumored original story of the movie did not have all of these. A source who works with BvS writer David Goyer and Warner Bros shared with Bobby Anhalt from Moviepilot of how the film would have been.

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Editor Reveals That The First Cut of ‘Batman v Superman’ Was Four Hours Long


“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” opened in theatres almost a month ago and the movie ran for about two hours and 31 minutes. An R-rated “Ultimate Cut” slated to be released this year is expected to run for three hours. But according to film editor David Brenner, the first cut of “Batman v Superman” before it was edited was four hours long! That’s like the length of two separate movies already.

Brenner disclosed in an interview with Steven Hullfish from Pro Video Coalition that, like the usual process in feature films, some parts of the film had to be removed in order to come up with a more refined story. Initially, the movie had too many subplots than what was presented in the film and these paths usually focus on a single character. Everything started moving only when those solo paths converged at one point in the film – when the contents of the White Portugese ship was revealed.

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