Thanks for the comments, guys!
Tim Burton's Batman is the best.
I think there's something to be said for every incarnation of Batman. Although, I do prefer the Burton Batman myself. The german expressionism influence on the architecture and the massive backlot sets in particular fascinate me. I think it will be a fun challenge to recreate these sort of elements with Lego.
PSM Films wrote:
I am hyped!
Hold your horses, PSM. I've still got to cast, and, that may have to be delayed temporarily. In the meantime, however, I will finish set building and might even begin filming parts that don't need dialogue.
William Osborne wrote:
If you need someone to play Alfred, I'll do it. I have played him in the past!
Thanks for being interested in this project enough to offer to play a roll, William. I already had someone in mind to play Alfred, however, if that falls through (or if I need any other characters filled) I'll definitely keep you in mind first and foremost.
Due to another slight delay, I'm setting up to take some pictures of the sets and other characters that I haven't shown yet (and this time, they'll all be ones that will actually appear in the final film...)
I'll do this soon, perhaps later this week, or next week.
Several delays and conflicts on the exact direction the film should take, myself and The Logan Productions have decided to make two separate Batman films - his a bit closer to the Burtonverse as seen in Batman Returns, mine a bit more of an homage to what Batman Forever would have been without the deleted scenes - still a bit brighter overall, but a bit more methodical and logic-centered than the final result.
That being said, my side of this project is currently being put on hiatus indefinitely. I've got some other brickfilms I want to work on in the meantime - most of which may end up taking me the rest of the year to complete. Don't worry, though. This project isn't dead. I do still intend to work on/finish it in the future.
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