The DCEU Version:
The DCEU Version:
via WhatCulture // 10/3/17
I could not agree with this more.
It’s one thing for him to not want to watch his work in Dallas Buyers Club or Mr Nobody or Chapter 27 – because that work and those characters are completed – but if he doesn’t know what The Joker ended up looking like on film, how can you ever remain consistent or improve upon it, grow with it?
Not to mention, anyone who’s ever worked on any sort of film project knows that what you have in the script rarely if ever ends up onscreen exactly as it appears in the script.
As a writer, obvs I know a script matters immensely to a film, I mean, no doi – but most would argue that a film is actually made in the editing room.
As an actor, you and your director may work it out so you deliver a line a million different ways – and its meaning may change with each way you give it – but what the director & editor choose to make it into the final film can change so much about your character, their motives, etc.
To ignore all that, and just go blindly into the next film starring this same character, with no reference to how you as the character came across in the prior film – screams absolute indifference to me. And if you’re already at that point in portraying a character with a multi-pic deal, why the hell are you even doing it?
via Sceencrush // 9/1/17
I legit hope the rumors of him leaving CAA are true and I legit hope he’s looking into ways to break his DCEU contract cause this shit is bonkers and not fair to him. He needs to be donezo washington with them before it gets worse.
via AV Club // 8/23/17
His faith in Reddit to be pose pertinent questions to the project is astounding…
I mean…. the cutest.
I forreals looooove the idea of babyleto never missing a moment of Lynda Carter, her big hair and her invisible plane.
It’s important for him to see what a good DCEU film looks like.