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fireball-mudflap:

scodaillest:

thecelestialchild:

thecdashrich:

thekewl:

danivalentine:

This gave me chills. 
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.”

That last quote gave me chills

Really? Interesting if true

I read something that said he told him not to do it. Joker is one of, if not the, most sadistic villains. He kills to kill. There’s no method. Which is why all of the previous portrails were campy or jokey.

Damn

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fireball-mudflap:

scodaillest:

thecelestialchild:

thecdashrich:

thekewl:

danivalentine:

This gave me chills. 

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.”

That last quote gave me chills

Really? Interesting if true

I read something that said he told him not to do it. Joker is one of, if not the, most sadistic villains. He kills to kill. There’s no method. Which is why all of the previous portrails were campy or jokey.

Damn

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automotivated:

Puretone | Addicted to Bass | Music Video (by Exit Films

In answer to the questions - Both the cars we used were Australian ‘76 Ford Falcon XB Coupes - the base model for “Last V8 Interceptors” in Mad Max. They started as basic junker shells, the black one was found buried at the bottom of a paddock.

Max Action Vehicles build them up from scratch and did an incredible job for the budget. Aussie Muscle cars are tough… even after jumping the yellow one through the caravan we were still able to shoot pickup shots with it driving the very next day - albeit from the rear. They were a handful to drive and sounded very ugly. 

Both cars were sold on Ebay after the shoot … for $200 each.