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Adam West and William Shatner reunite for the first time since Alexander the Great!
Two-Face Shatner by Ian McLean, on Flickr
What excellent news. And a little uncanny that my recent customized Two-Face, from a FTC Jimmy Olsen figure, is not far removed from a young Shatner. Had I known, I could have used a Mego Kirk head.
Two-Face and Batman by Ian McLean, on Flickr
Therin of Andor
(aka Ian McLean, from Sydney, Australia)
Is this going to be based off of the famed "lost episode" of the TV series which would have featured Two-Face?
If they go into production of a full series - or maybe even a third movie - I'm sure Batgirl will show up. Had Yvonne Craig not passed away I'm sure she would have already been involved. But, seeing as how she will now just be impersonated they likely do not see her character as vital as they do some of the older actors.Jthree wrote:Still hope Batgirl, and some other 60's villains show up.
Speaking of which, I wonder if we might see another appearance by Van Williams' Green Hornet.
Sounds like a great project to tackle! Be sure to post pictures when you are done.Therin of Andor wrote: What excellent news. And a little uncanny that my recent customized Two-Face, from a FTC Jimmy Olsen figure, is not far removed from a young Shatner. Had I known, I could have used a Mego Kirk head.
Trust me, Batfans. You are going to LOVE what's about to transpire!
Stay tuned kiddos!
You know, I always thought Tina Lund from "Land of the Giants," and appeared as a henchgirl in John Astin's Riddler two-parter would have made a great Poison Ivy. Really. And she probably wouldn't have cost as much as Ann Margaret.The Boss wrote:Perfect choice! I like the idea of using actors/actresses from the 60s. As I said in another thread, I hope they will eventually use the voice/likeness of Ann Margret for Poison Ivy.