Sunday, February 08, 2009

Guess what chilling line of dialogue has made it into the WATCHMEN movie!

EXTREMELY encouraging word from the Watchmen panel at New York Comic Con yesterday. The thousands in attendance were treated to the first 18 minutes from the movie, which shows the fight between Edward Blake and his assailant, and then a montage of the Watchmen world's history playing out to Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are-A Changin'", followed by Rorschach's initial investigation of the murder.

And then, the audience at New York Comic Con got to behold something that I know for darn near certain that every Watchmen fan has been hoping and praying would make it into the movie...

Two words: "Prison Cafeteria".

And yes: Rorschach says it. We are finally going to get to hear him say the line, on the big screen.

I've a lot to do tomorrow, but I plan on spending a little time seeing if there's a theater in Greensboro that's gonna have a midnight premiere of Watchmen. It'll be worth staying up late, just to see that scene along with a few hundred other rabid Watchmen fans, and watch everyone go crazy when he says it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So what's the line?

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Guess what chilling line of dialogue has made it into the WATCHMEN movie!

EXTREMELY encouraging word from the Watchmen panel at New York Comic Con yesterday. The thousands in attendance were treated to the first 18 minutes from the movie, which shows the fight between Edward Blake and his assailant, and then a montage of the Watchmen world's history playing out to Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are-A Changin'", followed by Rorschach's initial investigation of the murder.

And then, the audience at New York Comic Con got to behold something that I know for darn near certain that every Watchmen fan has been hoping and praying would make it into the movie...

Two words: "Prison Cafeteria".

And yes: Rorschach says it. We are finally going to get to hear him say the line, on the big screen.

I've a lot to do tomorrow, but I plan on spending a little time seeing if there's a theater in Greensboro that's gonna have a midnight premiere of Watchmen. It'll be worth staying up late, just to see that scene along with a few hundred other rabid Watchmen fans, and watch everyone go crazy when he says it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So what's the line?