Comic books are perhaps harder to cast than novels, since artists have provided actual pictures of the characters that have a consistent look that fans know well. When filmmakers try to emulate a characters’ look above anything else, they tend to come up short, but when they take chances on talent and personality, they come up with super-gold. Take a look at this gallery of great and bad casting choices over the years for examples.
I think the point they were trying to make was the Bale doesn't do a good _Batman_. I think he plays a pretty freaking awesome Bruce Wayne, but he's kind of ridiculous as Batman, especially with the voice =P Still, don't think he's the worst. Clooney was definitely the worst.
Definitely agree with some but not all; like the batman and superman worsts. Bale and Routh are pretty good as the batman and superman especially if you want them to convince you of their alter egos. Come now, if Wayne didn't put a fake voice (growling and unsettling though it may be) you would've figured out he was Bruce Wayne; same with superman, Routh looked very similar to Reeves he could pass for a younger version of Reeves and for an actor who hit the big screen for the first time: perfection is not mandatory.
I dices agre the worst batman is George Calony
I mostly agreewith everything... James Franco was probably casted for Harry, because he is simply the '' pretty boy''... but he is still a superb actor, and very easy on the eyes, ( if you know what I mean). I really dont have anything bad to say about any of them. Especially not about Robert Downey Jr. Robert played the role of Iron Man perfectly. He was cocky, ( which ws SUPER hot ), he was a genious, and simply the perfect guy for the job! personally the best HULK was Mark Ruffalo in the new Avengers movie. Mark was not only intelligent, (like a nerd), but was also able to play a complete "MONSTER"... as for Mark, I think he was better than Edward Norton and Eric Bana. And for the final comment.. Chloe Grace Mortez is the next big thing.
STILL, the new Conan should've been THE ROCK. 'Nuff said.
I concur. The only issue would have been that it might have been too close to the same character he played in "Scorpion King."
I pretty much agree but "WORST" is not a relevant concept when talking about the Joker.
Still love Jack's performance, but Heath's was written & played as a totally different character and while I def. like it better, the previous Joker was sublime for its time.
Also, I very much like Bale as the Batman. The rage he showed in Begins was exactly how I'd always seen the character. I kinda liked the growl, AND THERE WERE FAARRRR WORSE BATMEN. Clooney, christ.
Lastly, Momoa. I was actually pleasantly surprised by him. Schwarz. was a more impressive hero overall, but only b/c of his physique-- Momoa brought the sword skills & right attitude, and you could actually believe his Conan was clever. More authentic to the source.
I agree with all of them except for Christian Bale I think he does an incredible job! Although I agree his voice is more comedic anymore. He still is Dark and Mysterious much like the whole Christoper Nolan series.
so true hes by far best batman but come on the voice is good
Michael Keaton was the best Batman. Although putting Christian Bale as the worst is just unfair. Umm Val Kilmer anyone? Hello. Val is a great actor, but he isn't batman. And what did George Klooney bring to the role?
I agree... I mean there are FAR worse Batman's than Bale... To make him the defining "Worst" is just BS, and meant to stir up drama...
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