I’m such a fanboi. I’ve just met this editor from a publication that I’ve practically worshipped since my late teens and we actually chit chatted like normal people. At least I tried to chat like normal. It was surreal, I was trying so hard not to weird out anyone with my fanboiness but I could barely contain myself. OMG.
The Dark Knight courtesy of Nokia.
Christian Bale was awesome as expected (my ultimate hump fantasy followed by hugh jackman). Maggie Gyllanhaal was great as Rachel Dawes cause she could act so much better than Katie Holmes. And Heath Ledger, he completely took over the silver screen. He’s the best Joker ever, scary, creepy, reminds me of my Pennywise paranoia phases, utterly, totally owned it. While Jack Nicholson was brilliant, he wouldn’t come remotely close to the scariness that Heath Ledger evoked as Joker. When the film ended, I felt a hard lump in my throat knowing full well that Ledger would and could not reprise his role ever :(
I went to the screening in my batwoman suit of course. When I made the costume for Wild Live Party I didn’t even realise that I could wear it to TDK’s screening. I wore it with a skirt this time though, cause I looked a bit like a bakchang in the tights.
It’s kind of awkward to walk across Gardens from one end to the other (nice parking, ST!) but I just played along la when people stared. I was trying to do the Keaton pout as well but I don’t think it worked very well.
Ringo came as Joker and boy she was good!!!! The best costume prize of N95 8gig went to Joe though, who came as Joker. He definitely deserves it. From makeup to props to shoes! I couldn’t take any picture of him and by the time the film ended poor fella had changed into his normal clothes as he was practically baking in the suit. Am sure everyone remembers him as the King Kong from Wild Live Party too :)
Me and Ringo. Yes it’s really her!
Great film and I feel so incredibly l33t that I’m one of the very firstS in the world to have watched it. Heh heh.