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Looking for Vengeance– We get a look at the “fighting style” of this Batman, broken down into layman’s terms by Reeves and Pattinson. overhead presence of heavy rain and the original score by Michael Giacchino, which gets an awful lot of mileage out of two notes. (Original joke, I
focusing on story construction and development while also touching on casting, visual design, and other fundamentals, while lots of candid on-set essentially zero compression artifacts or banding... but the latter could be spotted during a few fleeting moments, such as high-beamThe Batman” is the latest film featuring “The Caped Crusader” (or “The Dark Knight”) but this time around he went more by what most remember the character citing from the comics: “ Vengeance.” In fact, that was actually the working production title for this film.
The Batman Junior Detective Challenge (HD, 6 Mins.) - A fun little trivia game for those Batman enthusiasts.Yes, this is a very visually dark film and the addition of forms of high dynamic range only adds to that darkness but in a realistic manner. Admittedly, the Blu-ray version of the film is brighter but it just doesn’t feel the same as this 4K visual presentation with HDR. The fact that the almost 3-hour film gets to use nearly all of a BD-100 disc with 90 gigabytes for the movie is one reason that you get a perfect 4K video presentation with zero signs of any compression flaws. The Batmobile– The new Batmobile is explored from concept to completion, complete with some cast and crew who chime in with their .02. Vengeance in the Making” (53 minutes, 41 seconds – HD) serves as an almost hour-long making-of feature. This serves a bit also as a production diary, starting on January 20th, 2020 at the Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, UK. The first actual day of shooting was on January 27th, 2020 for an interior shot, as seen in the opening of the film. Here you get lots of behind-the-scenes and on set footage, concept art, camera tests, and interviews with cast and crew members such as: Greig Fraser, ASC ACS (director of photography), Matt Reeves (writer/director/producer), Zoë Kravitz ( Selina Kyle), Robert Pattinson ( Bruce Wayne/ The Batman), Paul Dano ( The Riddler), Dylan Clark (producer), Jeffrey Wright ( Lt. James Gordon), Colin Farrell ( Oz/ The Penguin), John Turturro ( Carmine Falcone), Glyn Dillon (Batsuit costume designed by/Batsuit chief concept artist), David Crossman (Batsuit designed by/costumer supervisor), Pierre Bohanna (HOD costume FX), Andy Serkis ( Alfred), James Chinlund (production designer), Jayme Lawson ( Bella Reál), Peter Sarsgaard ( District Attorney Gil Colson), Toby Hefferman (first assistant director/associate producer), Lee Sandales (set decorator), Anita Gupta (assistant set decorator), Naomi Donne (makeup designer), Jacqueline Durban (costume designer), Malcolm Humphreys (visual effects associate supervisor – ILM), Dan Lemmon (VFX supervisor), and Dominic Tuohy (special effects supervisor). Lastly, the costume department that designed the new Batsuit would like to thank you all for ‘thinking’ that the symbol is made of a gun handle, specifically by the character “Joe Chill” [from the comics’ origin story], but it was NOT. Even though they thought that was clever but admitted it wasn’t at all intended. It was made to function as a knife.