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post #41 of 46
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Originally Posted by iKol View Post

Apple and Marvel -a dream team.
D.C. - made for Droid.

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Originally Posted by hittrj01 View Post

Seems fair, but can we petition for Batman to defect to the Marvel universe so he doesn't have to be surrounded by complete and utter garbage? He is the only thing keeping DC relevant anymore.

Batman can come, but Flash is banned!

post #42 of 46
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Originally Posted by hittrj01 View Post

Seems fair, but can we petition for Batman to defect to the Marvel universe so he doesn't have to be surrounded by complete and utter garbage? He is the only thing keeping DC relevant anymore.

Indeed. But apres-Nolan, it's right back to Bat-skates and Bat-nipples.
post #43 of 46
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Originally Posted by PBRSTREETG View Post

Thanks, so many people in their fanboi tunnel vision are ready to equate iPhone4 for a 4K camera.

In your dreams. The fanbois were all trying to find the worse looking shot in the clip. So much for your "fanbois equate iPhone 4 to a 4K camera" theory.

"Apple should pull the plug on the iPhone."

John C. Dvorak, 2007
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"Apple should pull the plug on the iPhone."

John C. Dvorak, 2007
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post #44 of 46
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Originally Posted by Suddenly Newton View Post

In your dreams. The fanbois were all trying to find the worse looking shot in the clip. So much for your "fanbois equate iPhone 4 to a 4K camera" theory.

Yeah, that wasn't the way to look for the iPhone 4 shot. It's what would have been an appropriate shot for an iPhone, like the upwards at Thor shot (a mirror and rails should do that, too). I would bet an explosions on the street shot with little CGI, but I could be wrong there, too.

The iPhone 4 and Apple credit (possibly with logo) will be priceless...
post #45 of 46
If a grip didn't have the time to walk 300 yards back to the truck for a hammer and spied a nearby rock that would do the job, would we be hailing him as a bleeding edge tool user?

This is utterly ridiculous. Show me the AD's schedule or the camera dept.'s list of gear for the day and point out the note calling for an iPhone shot that day. This was a random act of grabbing something with what happened to be in someone's pocket.

gc
post #46 of 46
Entire article was based on a misunderstanding. There are no iPhone 4 shots.
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