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Re: Mad Max - Fury Road
« Reply #600 on: 20 June, 2018, 08:09:56 pm »
Sure they look a little goofy in those particular pictures, but overall I much prefer those costume designs to the current ones in the DC movies.

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Re: Mad Max - Fury Road
« Reply #601 on: 20 June, 2018, 09:38:44 pm »
Sure they look a little goofy in those particular pictures, but overall I much prefer those costume designs to the current ones in the DC movies.

As I said in the Justice League movie thread: DC/Warner badly need to fire their entire production/costume design department. The aesthetic manages to be simultaneously boring and ugly, which is quite a feat. As overpowering as the Burton/Furst designs of the Batman movie were, at least there was a sense of coherence to them.
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Re: Mad Max - Fury Road
« Reply #602 on: 21 June, 2018, 05:05:04 pm »
Just had to post higher res versions of the costume test images from George's JL:Mortal.

So, so happy this film never got made. Though seeing Megan Gale as Wonder Woman was a pleasant experience. Poor bloody Immortan Joe nearly expired under all those Martian Manhunter prosthetics though.

It is somewhat sobering to think that it was Happy Feet that finally enabled Fury Road to get made...

Yeah, this looks a little stiff and Superman looks like one of the guys hanging around Hollywood Blvd forcing you to pay him money when you take a pic with him but I trust Miller. We'll never really know how this would have looked once it was polished up but Miller's got a good head on his shoulders. He'd have pulled this off. I mean, honestly, could it have ended up any worse than what's currently going on in DC-land...?
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Re: Mad Max - Fury Road
« Reply #603 on: 22 June, 2018, 12:28:22 am »

Yeah, this looks a little stiff and Superman looks like one of the guys hanging around Hollywood Blvd forcing you to pay him money when you take a pic with him but I trust Miller. We'll never really know how this would have looked once it was polished up but Miller's got a good head on his shoulders. He'd have pulled this off. I mean, honestly, could it have ended up any worse than what's currently going on in DC-land...?

I probably should have pointed out that only the actors playing Wonder Woman and Martian Manhunter are shown here, the rest of them are Weta Workshop guys...

Armie Hammer was playing Bruce Wayne/Batman - the guy is 6' 4" on his own, with the Batsuit on he was nearly 7 ft. It was - impressive.

On the other hand, DJ Catrona as Superman was about 5' 7"...

Plenty of apple boxes on set...

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Re: Mad Max - Fury Road
« Reply #604 on: 22 June, 2018, 12:44:29 am »

Yeah, this looks a little stiff and Superman looks like one of the guys hanging around Hollywood Blvd forcing you to pay him money when you take a pic with him but I trust Miller. We'll never really know how this would have looked once it was polished up but Miller's got a good head on his shoulders. He'd have pulled this off. I mean, honestly, could it have ended up any worse than what's currently going on in DC-land...?

I probably should have pointed out that only the actors playing Wonder Woman and Martian Manhunter are shown here, the rest of them are Weta Workshop guys...

Armie Hammer was playing Bruce Wayne/Batman - the guy is 6' 4" on his own, with the Batsuit on he was nearly 7 ft. It was - impressive.

On the other hand, DJ Catrona as Superman was about 5' 7"...

Plenty of apple boxes on set...

Oh shit. haha! Well, that explains Superman!
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Re: Mad Max - Fury Road
« Reply #605 on: 22 June, 2018, 02:56:27 am »
Armie Hammer would have (and still would, in fact) make a great Bruce Wayne.