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Would you watch a live action Batman tv show?
Yes
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 66%  [ 2 ]
No
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Maybe
33%
 33%  [ 1 ]
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dagenspear



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PostPosted: Sat Jul 04, 2015 1:47 am    Post subject: Would you watch a live action Batman tv show? Reply with quote

I would very much like to see a Batman tv show that exists in the Flash/Arrow universe. So much so, that I even came up with four seasons of a Batman tv show. But let's all have fun with this. Would you like to see a Batman tv show? How would you do it? Who would you want in it?

This is my fan cast. It would be in the Arrow/Flash universe. The only choices I'm not sure about are my choices for Bruce and Selina, so if you have better choices, please tell me.

Luke Mitchell as Bruce Wayne/Batman

Nina Dobrev as Selina Kyle/Catwoman

Jack Coleman as Captain James Gordon

Colin Donnell as Harvey Dent/Two-Face

Brie Larson as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl/Oracle

Dylan Minnette as Richard “Dick” Grayson/Robin/Nightwing

Roger Rees as Alfred Pennyworth

Alan Tudyk as The Red Hood/The Joker

Alison Brie as Dr. Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn

Lacey Chabert as Zatana Zatara

Seth Gabel as Edward Nashton/Edward Nygma/The Riddler

Tobin Bell as Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze

Giancarlo Esposito as Professor Hugo Strange

Garret Dillahunt as Julian Day/The Calendar Man

Yvonne Strahovski as Firefly

Alexis Denisof as Zsazz

Kevin Durand as Killer Croc

Mark A. Shephard as Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin

Joe Morton as Lucius Fox

Enver Gjoak as Roman Sionis/Black Mask

Mark Pellegrino as Kirk Langstrom/Man-Bat

Jeremy Davies as Jonathan Crane/The Scarecrow

Claire Holt as Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy

I also couldn’t think up someone to play the Mad Hatter. So, I would really like a suggestion on that.

This is a season one episode list.

The Bat
Dark Disguise
Not So Smart
Enough Days In The Week
Like Father, Like Son
The Birdcage
Inspiration
The Sincerest Form Of Flattery
Eco-Friendly
A Really Bad Day
The Long Halloween Part One
Joke’s On You
A Magician’s Touch
Cold Blooded
Lips Of Poison
Fan The Flames
Heads Or Tails
Batgirl
Hat Of Madness
How To Catch A Bat
Everything To Fear
A Holiday’s End
The Long Halloween Part Two

The first half is mainly dealing with mobsters and killers, with the Red Hood being the antagonist at the end in the mid-season finale. The idea of this is that the city is just average crime-wise. The insanity hasn’t taken over the city yet. There’s little things, like a Riddle based criminal who likes to prove he’s smarter than everyone else, or a Cat burglar who takes the “cat” part a little too literally, even an over-enthusiastic eco-terrorist and a thug working for Oswald Cobblepot that has a scaly skin condition, but that’s about it. The criminals are fairly average, as are their crimes: Serial killers and mobsters. Batman changes the way people look at themselves as criminals. A joke of a mobster Ozzy “The Penguin” Cobblepot the joke of the criminal underworld becomes angrier more vicious, less cowardly, Roman Sionis kills his Father, the head of the Sionis crime syndicate, by setting him on fire, leaving only his blackened skeleton and smashes his coffin at his funeral and keeps a piece of it to carry around like a security blanket. The Red Hood’s view of reality starts to warp and become distorted. The Red Hood kidnaps the mobsters in the mid-season finale to force them to prove to him that they deserve to live in the vision he has for Gotham. Harvey Dent begins to crack as well, lashing out in anger, taking an almost vicious view of justice at first. The idea is seeing the the city become the city we know about. The character becoming the characters we know. Jim has to develop a trust and partnership with Batman. Bruce has to fully become Batman. Barbara has to become restless and agitated with the state of the city and develop a desire to do something about it and become inspired by Batman. The RH gathers the mobsters at Ace Chemicals Plant, where Batman comes after him. This concludes with The RH falling into the chemicals.

We then time jump ahead a year.

The second half is when stuff gets crazy. Like Frozen Men and a Super Strong Zombie and Magician’s and Giant Bat Creatures and Fear Toxin spraying Men and Mind Controlling Hats and Fire shooting Bug Women. The Joker comes in and Harvey Dent cracks in half finally and becomes Two-Face. Robin comes in and Barbara becomes Batgirl. That’s basically about how now that Bruce is fully Batman how does he deal with it, especially now that he’s got a team to worry about, with this background arc of The Holiday Killer.

Does anyone have any thoughts?
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reptile84



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PostPosted: Sat Jul 11, 2015 11:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yeesh...guess I'm old, I don't know those actors. Shocked
I'd give any show a try, if it sux I just don't watch it again.

Not ashamed to admit I use to enjoy the 90s Flash, RoboCop, and even Lois & Clark.
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CatfanBogota



Joined: 13 Feb 2006
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2016 12:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

reptile84 wrote:
yeesh...guess I'm old, I don't know those actors. Shocked
I'd give any show a try, if it sux I just don't watch it again.

Not ashamed to admit I use to enjoy the 90s Flash, RoboCop, and even Lois & Clark.


You're not the only one!!!

And I was 6˝ years old when the 1966 series debuted—and I was there watching it in January 1966!!!

But hey, I like the idea! Anyway, I am working on my own "live action" series, though with Carrie Kelley as the lead.
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reptile84



Joined: 07 Sep 2006
Posts: 437

PostPosted: Fri Oct 21, 2016 4:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I remember your Batman 1969 DVD you mailed me. I enjoyed it.
I'm in N.Y. right now visiting my folks., Tri state area.
Weather is abnormally warm...

As "Batman Fan Films" go, I need to check in here more often...

Feel free to post any updates on your Carrie Kelly film.
Very Happy
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