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    Batman Begins

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    For months rumors have swirled about around what the title of Christopher Nolan's new BATMAN movie would be. During most of the latter half of 2003 speculation arose that the working title for the project was the enigmatic BATMAN: INTIMIDATION GAME, suggesting that whatever was being planned for the Dark Knight this time the stakes would be higher than before. Still, through location scouting reports, leaks about the film's rumored storyline and even official casting announcements, no official title was ever announced for the project, leaving fans to wonder if INTIMIDATION GAME was nothing more than a mirage.

    But now we can exclusively report to you what the official title is for the new BATMAN. It's not BATMAN: INTIMIDATION GAME, which we've now learned was the project's pre-production code name during its early development cycle. Now that Nolan's film is moving into the active phase of its production, this title will be what Warner Bros. will be refering to the film during the duration of its shoot (which begins next month) and as it moves ever forward towards its release in the summer of 2005. Let the rumors be finally put to rest:

    The official title of the movie is BATMAN BEGINS.
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    I liked Intimidation better.
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    I agree, "begins" isn't intimidating enough

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    I really don't care what it's called as long as we get a great Batman film...
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    i like it. "Intimidation Game" sounds too b-movie like

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    Originally posted by chernabog_ca
    I really don't care what it's called as long as we get a great Batman film...
    Ditto. It's about time the darkest superhero of them all returns big time (no I'm not talking about editman ).

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    I realy hope that this movie will rock my world... the problem is that in my book no Superhero movie gets close to the 2 first batman movies.... and i hate em for making 3-4 sutch crap flicks....

    So there is no chance this one will stack up agenst Burtons masterpiace.... but ill give it a fair shot and se it with an open mind and hope for the best

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    Well, if you ask me, the movie I want to see it stack up against would be Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. The two Batman films with Michael Keaton were good but, in my opinion, they weren't good enough.

    I realize that Mask of the Phantasm was an animated movie, but it is still better than any live-action Batman movie ever made. It is just a shame that Kevin Conroy can't be Batman and Mark Hamill can't be the Joker in the new Batman film.
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    It's a lame title, but given who's involved I'll still hold out hope that this could be the best superhero movie ever.
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    Filming has begun. Gary Oldman is Gordon!

    Click here to read a summary of the WB press release on the film.

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    the cast list (according to imdb) looks good so far! in my opion that is.

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    Looks like a strong cast.

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    Gary Oldman is the greatest, Im really happy he's in this!
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    Question

    Who is he? Or rather, what has he done?

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    Originally posted by redorblue01
    Who is he?
    You don't know Gary Oldman?

    The crooked cop in The Professional?

    Dracula in Bram Stoker's Dracula?

    Zorg in The Fifth Element?

    Sirius Black in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban?

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