Tuesday, July 12, 2016

"You Ever Dance With The Thin White Duke Underneath The Pale Moonlight?"

You know how you sometimes hear these cool backstories about popular films or movies, or what not, about what could've been included or recorded on there or who could've been cast instead what was?

Yeah, this is exactly like that:

Someone created this, and I so wish it had been a reality somewhere, sometime.....

Word is that back in the day, David Bowie was one of many actors who was considered to play the Joker in Tim Burton's Batman movie.

Seriously. Let that just sink for in for a couple of minutes,

David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust himself......The Thin White Duke....The Goblin King, The Man Who Sold The World, might've been the Joker we saw fight Michael Keaton.

I think even though things worked out the way they were supposed to, there's no denying the appeal of having a Bowie Joker.

That one.....that one would've been in a whole entire class and level of itself.....


Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

did you know that at one point OJ Simpson was considered for the role of the original Terminator movie? rather ironic i'd say.

Dale Bagwell said...

Ha ha, yes, YES! That is definitely crazy in hindsight, and apparently an unfortunately appropriate moniker.

"Father and Son"

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