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Top 5: Mejores películas de superhéroes

Sin duda alguna estamos en la era de los superhéroes en Hollywood. DC Cómics, Marvel, Sony y 20th Century Fox están sacando sus cañones y adaptando al cine sus mejores personajes para el disfrute de sus fanáticos. ¿Pero cuáles son las mejores? Estas son las mejores 5 películas de superhéroes… por Robert García @robert22pr 5. […]

Ben Affleck ya escribió guión para nuevo filme de BATMAN

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Según el portal de internet THR, el actor/director Ben Affleck (Argo, Batman V Superman) ya escribió el guión para el nuevo filme de Batman. En una reciente entrevista con el co-CEO de la agencia de talentos William Morris Endeavor, Patrick Whitesell reveló detalles sobre el contrato de Affleck con WB/DC y sobre el rumorado guión.

“Fue contratado para hacer al menos Justice League Parte 1 y 2, por lo que al menos tendrá la capa tres veces. Hay un guión que él escribió que es una idea realmente cool (para Batman), por lo que eso queda como opción.”

Por su parte Affleck ya había confirmado recientemente que se encontraba trabajando en un proyecto fuera de Batman v Superman con el escritor de cómics Geoff Johns.

“Ya sabes, él y yo estamos trabajando juntos en algo de lo que estoy muy emocionado, y me encanta, él es el mejor”. 

A pesar de estas declaraciones, Warner Bros. todavía no ha hecho oficial estos rumores. Veremos…

¿Qué te parece Affleck escribiendo, actuando y posiblemente dirigiendo el próximo filme de BATMAN?

 

Reseña: BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, una de las películas más anticipadas en los últimos años, por fin estrena hoy en cines de Puerto Rico. Desde que fue anunciada por Warner Bros., en San Diego Comic-Con del 2013, las expectativas entre los fans extremos y la audiencia casual ha alcanzado enormes alturas. El estudio decidió en ese momento hacer frente […]

50 Fotos “Behind-the-Scenes” de Películas Icónicas

IMG_3538.JPGIMG_3472.JPGThe Empire Strikes Back

IMG_3427.JPGGhostbusters

IMG_3465.JPGTop Gun

IMG_3450.JPGFrankenstein

IMG_3429.JPGWilly Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

IMG_3471.JPGThe Matrix Revolutions

IMG_3467.JPGWayne’s World

IMG_3459.JPGApocalypse Now

IMG_3443.JPGThe Goonies

IMG_3448.JPGJaws

IMG_3477.JPGThe Amazing Spider-Man

IMG_3432.JPGThe Shining

IMG_3441.JPGTerminator 2: Judgement Day

IMG_3444.JPGRaging Bull

IMG_3464.JPGPee-wee’s Big Adventure

IMG_3430.JPGEdward Scissorhands

IMG_3431.JPGThe Blues Brothers

IMG_3475.JPGPlanet Of The Apes

IMG_3457.JPGAll The President’s Men

IMG_3447.JPGTitanic

IMG_3454.JPGThe Godfather

IMG_3446.JPGE.T.

IMG_3474.JPGGoldfinger

IMG_3436.JPGIndiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

IMG_3428.JPGTotal Recall

IMG_3438.JPGAlien

IMG_3456.JPGThe Rocky Horror Picture Show

IMG_3453.JPG2001: A Space Odyssey

IMG_3439.JPGVertigo

IMG_3463.JPGSixteen Candles

IMG_3452.JPGPsycho

IMG_3468.JPGStar Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace

IMG_3455.JPGChinatown

IMG_3440.JPGConan The Barbarian

IMG_3451.JPGRear Window

IMG_3461.JPGGremlins

IMG_3466.JPGBeetlejuice

IMG_3458.JPGTaxi Driver

IMG_3445.JPGStar Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi

IMG_3442.JPGRaiders of the Lost Ark

IMG_3481.JPGFight Club

IMG_3479.JPGBatman

IMG_3480.JPGBack To The Future Part II

IMG_3486.JPGCasino

IMG_3484.JPGHookIMG_3483.JPGMetropolis

IMG_3478.JPGThe Dark Knight

IMG_3482.JPGPulp Fiction

IMG_3473.JPGRebel Without A Cause

IMG_3487.JPGClueless

Fotos vía YahooMovies, Ranker, Buzzfeed & Buzzfeed

Vídeo: Audición de Christian Bale para BATMAN BEGINS; con Amy Adams

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Rumor: Josh Brolin, Joe Manganiello y Ryan Gosling entre los contendientes para ser ‘Batman” en la secuela de MAN OF STEEL

First, some words of caution. The script is still being written, so nothing has been submitted formally to reps and actors. Two, according to sources, director Zack Snyder is only just beginning to look at actors. But the real insight is the kind of Bruce Wayne/Batman that Snyder is looking to cast. According to numerous […]

Christian Bale no involucrado con película de JUSTICE LEAGUE

En una reciente entrevista con EW, el actor Christian Bale hablo un poco sobre su tiempo interpretando a “Batman”: “Fuimos muy afortunados de llegar a hacer tres películas de Batman. Eso es suficiente. Que no se vuelvan codiciosos. Chris [Nolan] siempre dijo que quería hacer una película a la vez. Y terminamos sentados allí mirándonos […]

Review: MAN OF STEEL

Los detalles… Año: 2013 Duración: 143 minutos Género: Ciencia Ficción, Drama, Acción Clasificada: PG-13 Director: Zack Snyder Guión: David Goyer Reparto: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Russell Crowe, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Christopher Meloni. Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Pictures USA La trama… Un niño aprende que él tiene poderes extraordinarios y no […]

Vistazo al diario que Heath Ledger utilizo en preparación para THE DARK KNIGHT

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Christopher Nolan reflexiona sobre su trilogía de THE DARK KNIGHT

Nolan on reboots and his Richard-Donner-SUPERMAN inspired origin take for BATMAN BEGINS:

It’s a sign of how quickly things change in the movie business, but there was no such thing conceptually as a “reboot.” That idea didn’t exist when I came to look at Batman. That’s new terminology. Warner Bros. owned this wonderful character, and didn’t know what to do with it. It had sort of reached a dead end with its previous iteration. I got excited about the idea of filling in this interesting gap—no one had ever told the origin story of Batman. And so even though Tim Burton’s film had done a definitive version of the character, it was a very idiosyncratic Tim Burton vision.

I had in mind a sort of treatment of Batman that Richard Donner might have done in the late Seventies the way he did Superman. To me what that represented was firstly a detailed telling of the origin story, which wasn’t even really definitively addressed in the comics over the years, funnily enough. And secondly, tonally I was looking for an interpretation of that character that presented an extraordinary figure in an ordinary world. So I wanted the inhabitants of Gotham to view Batman as being as outlandish and extraordinary as we do.

Nolan on the “realistic” nature of his trilogy:
The term “realism” is often confusing and used sort of arbitrarily. I suppose “relatable” is the word I would use. I wanted a world that was realistically portrayed, in that even though outlandish events may be taking place, and this extraordinary figure may be walking around these streets, the streets would have the same weight and validity of the streets in any other action movie.
Nolan on his “honest” villains:
Class warfare but also in a militaristic, dictatorial approach. If you look at the three of them, Ra’s Al Ghul is almost a religious figure, The Joker is the anti-religious figure, the anti-structure anarchist. And then Bane comes in as a military dictator. And military dictators can be ideologically based, they can be religiously based, or a combination thereof.
Nolan on the casting of Christian Bale as Batman/Bruce Wayne:
I think it was in the months after the first film was released. At the end of Batman Begins, when he turns the Joker card over, I found myself wondering, “Okay, who would that antagonist be?” seen through the prism of Batman Begins. I wanted to see how we could translate The Joker into that world. That was the jumping-off point. And the nature of The Joker’s antagonism was so utterly different to what happened in Batman Begins and was so different to Batman’s relationship with Gotham in particular. So The Dark Knight is very much a story about a city, a sort of crime drama, whereas Batman Begins is more of an adventure story. So it actually felt like a different genre, and then you know that you’re not retreading what you’ve done, you’re expanding it.
Nolan on the controversial ending of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES:

For me, The Dark Knight Rises is specifically and definitely the end of the Batman story as I wanted to tell it, and the open-ended nature of the film is simply a very important thematic idea that we wanted to get into the movie, which is that Batman is a symbol. He can be anybody, and that was very important to us. Not every Batman fan will necessarily agree with that interpretation of the philosophy of the character, but for me it all comes back to the scene between Bruce Wayne and Alfred in the private jet in Batman Begins, where the only way that I could find to make a credible characterization of a guy transforming himself into Batman is if it was as a necessary symbol, and he saw himself as a catalyst for change and therefore it was a temporary process, maybe a five-year plan that would be enforced for symbolically encouraging the good of Gotham to take back their city. To me, for that mission to succeed, it has to end, so this is the ending for me, and as I say, the open-ended elements are all to do with the thematic idea that Batman was not important as a man, he’s more than that. He’s a symbol, and the symbol lives on.

(vía JoBlo)