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Now that principle photography for Watchmen has wrapped, Zack Snyder updated his blog to thank everyone involved, including the legion of Watchmen fans who have supported everything he has been doing.

While I’m in the process of thanking people, I figure it’s a good time to say thanks to the Watchmen fans for all of their continued support. Since the crew got wrap gifts, I figured you deserved a little something as well. So, to bring a little closure to the previous “Storyboard” blog, I’ve included a frame from the film that shows what it looks like when it all comes together. Thanks!

Oh yeah, you wanna take the jump for this one!

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Head over to Zack’s site for an image twice as big.

via Zack Snyder Blog

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3 Comments

  1. the mask BETTER change, else i’ll feel SERIOUSLY ripped off…. that was one of the best (and IMO, most defining) things about Rorschach’s character, as well as the attention to detail Moore put into the book. if we’re stuck looking at the same “cool” pattern for the whole movie, it utterly removes the notion that the mask reflects the face’s current expression, or lack thereof… since the fabric it’s made of shows heat, it’d refelct things like anger, surprise and shock. i don’t know this Zack Snyder guy from a hole in the wall, but does anybody know if he’d be “geek enough” to insist on that level detail?

  2. @~wyntermute~

    Zack Snyder directed 300. He’s pretty much geek all over. Try looking over the book while watching the movie and you’ll see what I mean.

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