Batman - Il Ritorno 1992
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David Bowie, who had been previously considered to play the Joker in Batman (1989), was the first choice for the part of Max Shreck before Christopher Walken was cast. Bowie turned down the role in favor of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992). In addition, the role of Max Zorin in A View to a Kill (1985), also played by Walken, was initially offered to Bowie.
The film's sole full theatrical trailer debuted in front of prints of Wayne's World (1992) in February 1992, and was attached to subsequent releases that year. An alternate teaser trailer, unavailable on any DVD and Blu-ray releases, appeared on selected Warner Home Video releases prior to its June 19 release date.
Producer Michael E. Uslan has stated that Tim Burton drew much of his inspiration for Batman Returns (1992) from the comics of the early 1990s. Many Batman comics of the early nineties displayed a common preoccupation with dark, supernatural narratives that blurred the line between mystery stories and full-on horror. Stories like Grant Morrison's Batman: Gothic (1990) and Peter Milligan's Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City (1990) displayed gothic sensibilities in common with those in Burton's movie. Meanwhile, the early nineties also saw the publication of several gothic horror themed Elseworld stories, such as Doug Moench's Batman and Dracula: Red Rain (1991). Screenwriter Daniel Waters has cited Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns (1986) as having left a strong impression on him
In 2015, a comic book series titled Batman '89 was pitched by Kate Leth and Joe Quinones. It would have continued from this movie and Batman (1989). The series would have brought back Catwoman, and turned Harvey Dent into Two-Face, with the likeness of Billy Dee Williams. Other characters to be introduced with Tim Burton style uniqueness included Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Robin and Batgirl. The pitch was turned down for unknown reasons. However, in 2021, the series was greenlit, with Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992) writer Sam Hamm as the main writer.
1992 was a year with a unifying theme for Steve Witting, that of getting assaulted and removed from scenes by characters played by Danny DeVito. First, in Hoffa (1992), he appears in a single scene as a representative of the federal government investigating in Jimmy Hoffa's office, where he is promptly shoved and kicked out by Danny Devito's Bobby Ciaro. Then, in his only other movie that year, he has the unfortunate distinction of a slightly meatier role, in which his nose is nearly bitten off by DeVito's Penguin in a more memorable scene of this movie.
Nome d'arte di M. John Douglas, attore statunitense. Interprete eclettico, formatosi come comico e ballerino fra teatro e televisione, recita nel 1982 in Turno di notte di R. Howard e l'anno successivo ottiene il primo ruolo da protagonista in Mister Mamma (1983) di S. Dragoti. I suoi lineamenti irregolari e la brillante presenza attirano la fantasia di T. Burton che nel 1988 lo sceglie per il ruolo del fantasma in Beetlejuice - Spiritello porcello e l'anno seguente come protagonista di Batman, film che mostra anche il lato oscuro e pacato della sua recitazione. Il successo è doppiato con Batman - Il ritorno (1992), cui seguono altri film che consolidano la sua carriera: tra questi la commedia surreale Mi sdoppio in 4 (1996) di H. Ramis (in cui interpreta un personaggio clonato tre volte)...
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