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if the movie is played in the 30's it should be black and white
it is a part of the atmosphere
cus back then everything was black & white on screen
but if they do it in colour... that would be great to!
yeah but not a Jim Carrey movie. i dont like colorless movies. And it is destoying the atmosphere in a Tim Burton movie. I liked Ed Wood but the only I didnt like were that it was colorless.
I think they're cut from the same cloth, our Tim and Jim!! They both like to do stuff thats different, never been seen or done before. In that, I think they are a perfect pairing!
I also get the feeling the film may have a 'creepy' vibe to it. Tim loves that stuff. Plus, Jim might bring a bit of the old "cable guy" creepiness back.. How cool!!
Last edited by Linda Marin on Sun Jun 04, 2006 11:01 am, edited 1 time in total.
I hope he changes his mind on this one. I'm not a big fan of biographies. I just can't get into a fictionalized account of someone's life.
Why is there such a creative void in Hollywood these days???
The truth shall set you free.
Black and White, or with Color, it's all good.
I want the movie to be sorta darkish themed like most Tim Burton movies, god hes an amazing Director. Can't wait to see how this turns out!
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