Seeing him as tyler durden, do you guys think he could pull of a dark knight joker???
I know this upcoming batman movie is the final batman movie but had they decided for someone else to do the joker role, do you guys think brad pitt could pull it off since he was tyler durden???
02-25-2012, 04:00 PM #1
Could Brad Pitt pull of the Joker role???
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There will be another Batman movie featuring the Joker in production within a year or two. They reboot constantly now.RIP mainsqueeze530
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No way, Pitt is pretty limited as an actor. Most of his roles have him as a southerner (Assassination of Jesse James, Legends of the Fall, Inglorious Basterds, Curious case of Benjamin button) - which he naturally is being from Oklahoma.
Cool, suave guy - (Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Oceans 11,12,13, the Mexican, fight club)
Period piece/drama - Interview with a vampire, Troy, Tree of Life, Meet Joe black, Babel
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A role liek the Joker requires him to stop being himself in every capacity. Heath killed the role because he was unrecognizable in it. Every role Brad has ever had, hes basically playing himself in differetn ways.
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02-25-2012, 04:32 PM #16
Pitt could definitely play the Joker. His role was pretty fukin chaotic in the Fight Club and he pulled that one off really nicely, but just like other said I think that we are not going to see another Joker for a long time, simply because the way Ledger performed was fukin breathtaking.
Can't wait for this one
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It would probably just be like his 12 Monkeys character.. so no.
Anyway, if they had to replace the Joker, then Mark Hamill would be bawse as ****.Lifts:
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LOL @ brad pitt as joker, are you phuckin high or something? no chance in blue hell.
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