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Entrevista com um dos roteristas de Gotham Knight, que também escreveu Marcas da Violência. Ele fala que seu capítulo mostrará vários versões do Batman de acordo com as interpretações crianças de rua. Vai ter Morcego humano, batman robo, etc. Parece ser o mais interessante dos curtas:

Josh Olson Talks BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT

 

 

 

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irt=batmanonfil0f-20&ampl=as2&ampo=1&ampa=B001614E68 Hollywood tradition dictates that an Academy Award

nomination begets lucrative offer after offer, and the nominee usually

reaps the immediate seven-figure benefits. But sometimes, boyhood

dreams take precedence.

 

Buoyed by his Oscar nod for scripting A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE,

Josh Olson has become one of the most sought-after writers in

Hollywood. But amidst the offers following his nomination came the

opportunity to pen a chapter of BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT

– and that was an offer simply too tempting to resist. The result is an

impressive opening segment to the film that not only arrests the

imagination with visually stunning perspectives of Batman, but sets the

thematic tone for the entire six-chapter film.

 

In the segment, entitled “Have I Got a

Story for You,” Olson tells the story of how chance encounters with

Batman by a group of street-wise youngsters leave each kid with a very

different impression of The Dark Knight.

 

Olson will join fellow BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT writers Brian Azzarello, Greg Rucka and Alan Burnett, along with executive producer Bruce Timm, on the panel following the film’s premiere at Wizard World Chicago on June 28. BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT

will arrive July 8, 2008 on DVD and Blu-Ray disc, and will also be

available that day On Demand via digital cable and for download through

broadband sites.

 

So without further ado, the Q&A with Josh Olson…

 

 

S1-bat_02.jpg

 

You have

arguably the most visually diverse chapter in the film. How did you

communicate the direction in your script for your variety of Batman

looks, and how detailed did you go?

 

Josh Olson: "My feeling was that I’d never worked in animation before, so if I was going to write a cartoon,

I wanted it to BE a cartoon. I tried to come up with something that

would be as visually entertaining as possible. Having worked on film

crews in the art departments and around the digital effects guys, I

know the best people for creating those visuals are the people that

actually do it. So I was specific in relation to the story – I

described a creature that grows out of shadows, a creature that is more

bat than man, things like that. But I didn’t get into too much detail

because I wanted the directors and designers to knock themselves out.

The animators got the chance to go nuts – and with them, and for this,

nothing is too wild."

 

Are they any particular moments in your segment that exceeded your vision?

 

Josh Olson:" Honestly, I love them

all, but there are some little flourishes that the director

incorporated that really make me happy. In the robot batman segment, I

love the way Batman hops off the building, and the way he sort of skids

when he’s turning around. There’s a wonderful sense of whimsy in that

direction that I really love."

 

Most folks

leverage an Academy Award nomination into seven-figure deals, but you

opted to draft one-sixth of an animated direct-to-DVD? What were you

thinking?

 

Josh Olson: "I’m a comics kid going way back, and we’re talking about my favorite character. I got offered a lot of jobs after VIOLENCE,

but I’m picky. I have to really love the subject to write it. You’re

supposed to take your big money-making job right after you get a

nomination, but I took this Batman project because it was an absolute

no-brainer. You don’t buy a house off this, but I was absolutely

thrilled to do it. I got the chance to write the cartoon I would have

wanted to see as a kid, and would still be entertained by today as an

adult. I always wanted to write Batman – and when Chris Nolan is done

with them, I’m ready."

 

 

S1-bat_gas.jpg

 

Did you take a different approach to writing for animation than you normally take to live-action?

 

Josh Olson: "This is so much more

about the visual, and you have to be keyed into that. You have to

justify the medium you’re working in – in other words, it’s animated

for a reason. It’s not an arbitrary choice. So I had to do something

that justified that medium, and this one definitely does."

 

Is there anything in your segment that we might not see if we weren’t looking for it?

 

Josh Olson: "There are all sorts

of little in-jokes. When the girl is describing the fight sequence, and

she’s saying “biff!!!” and “pow!!” -- that’s my little tribute to the

on-screen sound effects from the old Batman television show.

But one of the words they had on screen back then was “flrbbbb!” – that

drove me nuts as a kid. That’s not a sound effect! So I had to throw

that in."

 

"As a nod to Chris Nolan and MEMENTO,

I thought it would be fun to approach this by telling the story

backwards. So you’ll notice that each time the villain appears, he

seems to be gaining weapons instead of losing them. That was an

intentional nod to Chris Nolan’s film, and I love playing with that

type of structure."

 

 

S1-batty_bat_03.jpg

 

Where did the inspiration for your segment initiate, and how did that play into your approach?

 

Josh Olson: "The idea that was

pitched reminded me of a great old 1970s Batman comic – Dick Giordano

drew it, but it could have been Jim Aparo – that was a short story

about three kids, each of whom saying what they thought Batman looked

like. I remembered there was also an animated version that had three

kids describing him in different iterations. Now you get a third story,

so it becomes a legitimate genre. I always loved that story – kids

sitting around a campfire talking about Batman, and he shows up. I

thought it would be fun to make it more active."

 

How did you decide on the street slang the kids used in describing their brushes with Batman?

 

Josh Olson: "That was tough

because I didn’t want it to be completely locked into contemporary

slang. I used some writer’s tricks to cover up the fact that I’m way

too old to know how kids are talking today. I wanted it to be timeless

and a little futuristic, so I used classic street kid slang tossed in

with contemporary slang. I thought that was it would become clear that

this was not set yesterday – it would be more likely take place

tomorrow or the day after, at the latest."

 

Was there anything you definitely wanted to include that you’re particularly proud made it into the final film?

 

Josh Olson: "Just because it’s a

cartoon, and because of the nature of the story, I wanted to do the one

thing you’d never see in a Batman segment: a decapitation. I was so

happy they let me keep it. I thought, ‘I’ve gotta get it in there.’ The

director did such a beautiful job. Batman never kills anyone. I wanted

to have him do something really grotesquely inappropriate, and yet get

the point across that Batman never kills. That was fun … very dark

fun.""

 

 

S1-robo_bat_04.jpg

 

So, ultimately, how did you feel about your segment and the overall film?

 

Josh Olson: "It’s fun – really visually pleasing. It was the best version I could possibly hope to see. I’ve never seen a movie

that so honored the script – it’s up there word-for-word, perfectly

translated, and it’s really exciting to see that it worked. I’m a huge

fan of this film – the visions of Batman are amazing, and the visuals

are incredible. I especially enjoyed Alan Burnett’s segment – there’s a

visual of Deadshot on the Ferris wheel with these balloons and

fireworks – it is really amazing. This project was an absolute blast."

 

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desde aquele video de bastidores com a capotagem do caminhão fiquei curioso pra ver como se capota um troço desse tamanho sem explodi-lo e levar o set pelos ares 02

 

agora vejo esses cabos na foto, legal, maravilhas do cinema

 

 

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Muito bacana o vídeo viral de Tropic Thunder. 06

 

Cara, é impressão minha, ou TDK será o último grande blockbuster do verão estadunidense? 17

 

Fica no ar aquela sensação: "Vocês acham que já viram o melhor filme do ano? Esperem até ver TDK. Deixamos o melhor pro final". 03

 

Ou como diria o Renato Gaúcho, adaptando sua declaração após a vitória sobre o Boca:

 

"Homem de Ferro? Indiana Jones? Prazer, sou O Cavaleiro das Trevas!" 16
Alexander_Bell2008-06-05 15:18:50

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E impressão minha ou no trailer o Coringa entra no batmóvel/tanque do Batman em determinado momento ? pelas fotos teremos um triangulo amoroso entre Wayne,Dent e Rachel seja qual for o desfecho vai ser trágico e vai marcar a série tornado Bruce averso a relacionamentos sérios

 

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essa moto ai' date=' putz 07

e ainda com esses chifrões inuteis 07[/quote']

Bom, podem achar qualquer coisa, mas inútil aquilo não vai ser não... nada nos filmes de Nolan está ali só 'por estar'. Aliás, o próprio trailer já mostrou isso.

Isso aqui está começando a fica movimentado novamente... 06

 

é, não é inutil, afinal, com o poder de premonição que o Batman tem, ele soube que em uma noite fria, na lua cheia, no dia tal, ele iria precisar desses canhões para atirar em PILARES ameaçadores 13 09

 

 

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Entrevista com um dos roteristas de Gotham Knight' date=' que também escreveu Marcas da Violência. Ele fala que seu capítulo mostrará vários versões do Batman de acordo com as interpretações crianças de rua. Vai ter Morcego humano, batman robo, etc. Parece ser o mais interessante dos curtas:

Josh Olson Talks BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT

 

 

 

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irt=batmanonfil0f-20&ampampl=as2&ampampo=1&ampampa=B001614E68 Hollywood tradition dictates that an Academy Award

nomination begets lucrative offer after offer, and the nominee usually

reaps the immediate seven-figure benefits. But sometimes, boyhood

dreams take precedence.

 

Buoyed by his Oscar nod for scripting A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE,

Josh Olson has become one of the most sought-after writers in

Hollywood. But amidst the offers following his nomination came the

opportunity to pen a chapter of BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT

– and that was an offer simply too tempting to resist. The result is an

impressive opening segment to the film that not only arrests the

imagination with visually stunning perspectives of Batman, but sets the

thematic tone for the entire six-chapter film.

 

In the segment, entitled “Have I Got a

Story for You,” Olson tells the story of how chance encounters with

Batman by a group of street-wise youngsters leave each kid with a very

different impression of The Dark Knight.

 

Olson will join fellow BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT writers Brian Azzarello, Greg Rucka and Alan Burnett, along with executive producer Bruce Timm, on the panel following the film’s premiere at Wizard World Chicago on June 28. BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHT

will arrive July 8, 2008 on DVD and Blu-Ray disc, and will also be

available that day On Demand via digital cable and for download through

broadband sites.

 

So without further ado, the Q&A with Josh Olson…

 

 

S1-bat_02.jpg

 

You have

arguably the most visually diverse chapter in the film. How did you

communicate the direction in your script for your variety of Batman

looks, and how detailed did you go?

 

Josh Olson: "My feeling was that I’d never worked in animation before, so if I was going to write a cartoon,

I wanted it to BE a cartoon. I tried to come up with something that

would be as visually entertaining as possible. Having worked on film

crews in the art departments and around the digital effects guys, I

know the best people for creating those visuals are the people that

actually do it. So I was specific in relation to the story – I

described a creature that grows out of shadows, a creature that is more

bat than man, things like that. But I didn’t get into too much detail

because I wanted the directors and designers to knock themselves out.

The animators got the chance to go nuts – and with them, and for this,

nothing is too wild."

 

Are they any particular moments in your segment that exceeded your vision?

 

Josh Olson:" Honestly, I love them

all, but there are some little flourishes that the director

incorporated that really make me happy. In the robot batman segment, I

love the way Batman hops off the building, and the way he sort of skids

when he’s turning around. There’s a wonderful sense of whimsy in that

direction that I really love."

 

Most folks

leverage an Academy Award nomination into seven-figure deals, but you

opted to draft one-sixth of an animated direct-to-DVD? What were you

thinking?

 

Josh Olson: "I’m a comics kid going way back, and we’re talking about my favorite character. I got offered a lot of jobs after VIOLENCE,

but I’m picky. I have to really love the subject to write it. You’re

supposed to take your big money-making job right after you get a

nomination, but I took this Batman project because it was an absolute

no-brainer. You don’t buy a house off this, but I was absolutely

thrilled to do it. I got the chance to write the cartoon I would have

wanted to see as a kid, and would still be entertained by today as an

adult. I always wanted to write Batman – and when Chris Nolan is done

with them, I’m ready."

 

 

S1-bat_gas.jpg

 

Did you take a different approach to writing for animation than you normally take to live-action?

 

Josh Olson: "This is so much more

about the visual, and you have to be keyed into that. You have to

justify the medium you’re working in – in other words, it’s animated

for a reason. It’s not an arbitrary choice. So I had to do something

that justified that medium, and this one definitely does."

 

Is there anything in your segment that we might not see if we weren’t looking for it?

 

Josh Olson: "There are all sorts

of little in-jokes. When the girl is describing the fight sequence, and

she’s saying “biff!!!” and “pow!!” -- that’s my little tribute to the

on-screen sound effects from the old Batman television show.

But one of the words they had on screen back then was “flrbbbb!” – that

drove me nuts as a kid. That’s not a sound effect! So I had to throw

that in."

 

"As a nod to Chris Nolan and MEMENTO,

I thought it would be fun to approach this by telling the story

backwards. So you’ll notice that each time the villain appears, he

seems to be gaining weapons instead of losing them. That was an

intentional nod to Chris Nolan’s film, and I love playing with that

type of structure."

 

 

S1-batty_bat_03.jpg

 

Where did the inspiration for your segment initiate, and how did that play into your approach?

 

Josh Olson: "The idea that was

pitched reminded me of a great old 1970s Batman comic – Dick Giordano

drew it, but it could have been Jim Aparo – that was a short story

about three kids, each of whom saying what they thought Batman looked

like. I remembered there was also an animated version that had three

kids describing him in different iterations. Now you get a third story,

so it becomes a legitimate genre. I always loved that story – kids

sitting around a campfire talking about Batman, and he shows up. I

thought it would be fun to make it more active."

 

How did you decide on the street slang the kids used in describing their brushes with Batman?

 

Josh Olson: "That was tough

because I didn’t want it to be completely locked into contemporary

slang. I used some writer’s tricks to cover up the fact that I’m way

too old to know how kids are talking today. I wanted it to be timeless

and a little futuristic, so I used classic street kid slang tossed in

with contemporary slang. I thought that was it would become clear that

this was not set yesterday – it would be more likely take place

tomorrow or the day after, at the latest."

 

Was there anything you definitely wanted to include that you’re particularly proud made it into the final film?

 

Josh Olson: "Just because it’s a

cartoon, and because of the nature of the story, I wanted to do the one

thing you’d never see in a Batman segment: a decapitation. I was so

happy they let me keep it. I thought, ‘I’ve gotta get it in there.’ The

director did such a beautiful job. Batman never kills anyone. I wanted

to have him do something really grotesquely inappropriate, and yet get

the point across that Batman never kills. That was fun … very dark

fun.""

 

 

S1-robo_bat_04.jpg

 

So, ultimately, how did you feel about your segment and the overall film?

 

Josh Olson: "It’s fun – really visually pleasing. It was the best version I could possibly hope to see. I’ve never seen a movie

that so honored the script – it’s up there word-for-word, perfectly

translated, and it’s really exciting to see that it worked. I’m a huge

fan of this film – the visions of Batman are amazing, and the visuals

are incredible. I especially enjoyed Alan Burnett’s segment – there’s a

visual of Deadshot on the Ferris wheel with these balloons and

fireworks – it is really amazing. This project was an absolute blast."

[/quote']

 

Se não me engano, existe um episódio da Série Animada do Batman dos anos 90, que é exatamente assim.

 

Tem um menino que imagina o Batman galhofa como nos desenhos dos anos 70 e a série dos 60. E uma menina que imagina o Batman identico a "The Dark Knight Returns".

 

Muito bom. Vou prcurar no Youtube.

 

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Não sei se já é costume com a roupa, mas nessa foto ela agradou demais!!

 

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Nossa, q foda q deve ser esse episódio heim??

 

Quando vi esse traço no trailer, achei q o batman iria enfrentar o morcego-homem hehehe

 

Além de ter achado esse batman gordo o mais feio de todos!

 

Ainda bem q será a imaginação de alguém!

 

Realmente deverá ser o mais interessante dos episódios!

 

poder ver o mito do Batman na perspectiva de um morador de gotham
Scud2008-06-06 00:01:59

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Baixem esse video! Depois vcs deletam essa barra do megaupload!

 

tem cenas mais empolgantes que nos trailers! Coringa começando a risar insanamente no interrogatório, Dent com uma moeda em mãos, Batman puto partindo pra cima do Coringa na Batmoto.

 

Vou tentar arranjar o outro video.

 

 

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