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He received a 6 million dollar salary and a percentage of the box office and merchandise which together came to 60 million. The entire budget of the 1989 film is estimated at 35 million dollars. Now 6 million is a good chunk of that, but 60 million upfront would have been very odd indeed, hah.
I think he has about 5 good films in a very long career, Chinatown is indeed a classic but I do not credit Nicholson for that.
but because of Kubrick, whom I consider very overrated
As for Nicholson's 'comments' on the new movie, a quick search of GoogleNews doesn't show any recently reported opinions
Not asking me how to do the sequel is that kind of thing
I get the distinct impression he may not be aware its not a follow up on his Joker?
I think it might be because he just had so much fun with it - which is something that Michael Keaton didn't seem to have playing The Bat.
Well, as odd as this will sound I think the best Bruce Wayne (not the best Batman, mind you) was George Clooney in B&R. He was fun, but you could believe he was the boss of big corporation. Keaton just didn't quite give me that feel. Not that he's a bad actor, just that he didn't quite do it for me.
Is anyone else applauding giddily over the recasting of Rachel Dawes? I just about wept with relief.
Cheers.With any luck, Gary Oldman will get more than four lines this time.