I never thought of Bruce Wayne to be a gambler, but I would bet Batman would take a gamble on Cat Woman! My old time friend from high school posted this picture on her Face Book page and with her permission, is letting me post it to my blog.
The two were painting the town that night when this picture was taken. Although, she forgot to bring her Cat Woman outfit, they had a great night out.
Here is what she relayed to me about this picture...
A funny story
was we were staying at Bally's and knew nothing of the shooting at
midnight. We got in the elevator and he was all costumed (I forgot my Cat Woman costume). Everyone stared which he was hoping for and the next thing you know, a lady screeched, "I hope
you don't have a gun!"
And me being me said "Calm down Lady~The Dark
Knight doesn't carry a gun OR Kill people...but I might...
"The next event was when he sat down at a slot machine for a photo and within minutes we were swarmed by guards. "Sorry, sir~no
We proceed to ride down the boardwalk in a push-basket when I spied all the security from casino to be waving and saying, "It's
BatMan!" They were taking his photo and passing it on to other security!
By the time we got to the The Tropicana in Atlantic City IMAX Theatre, he was greeted,escorted without his cowl
to the lobby and was told he was more than welcome to put it back on
when he got off the floor. Since we seemed to be the only ones in all of Atlantic City unaware of the shooting when he dramatically entered the IMAX
lobby using his Christian Bale voice~"Hi, I'm Batman." Naturally, everybody thought
he was hired....
I'm glad to see that Batman can still go into a theater to enjoy his movie. If anyone else has a favorite Batman story to tell, please contact me!
Sunday, January 13, 2013
When it comes to Jokers, here are my two favorite actors who I feel portrayed this villain the best. I'm not sure if Jack Nicholson would care for this photo since it was reported back in 2007 that he was furious that he wasn't even approached for the role in "The Dark Knight."
Heath Ledger on the other hand thought that he had landed a dream come true to act the part of this demanding role as The Joker. Many feel that Heath let his character consumed him. He couldn't sleep at night and the aide of prescription drugs weren't helping him. Sadly, this nightmare only ended with his death.
Jack Nicholson, who played the Joker in 1989 - and who was furious he wasn't consulted about the creepy role - offered a cryptic comment when told Ledger was dead.
"Well," Nicholson told reporters in London early Wednesday, "I warned him."
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/jack-nicholson-warned-heath-ledger-joker-role-article-1.340786#ixzz2HrIasrVt