If they extracted those exact cells of blood then it would show up as somebody elde.
However, that would never happen.
For a start, there are plenty of other points of DNA check. I don't know if they'd even use blood as an option. If they did, they might find some of the transfused blood mixed i, but the original blood would be a massive majority.
But surely the fact they were putting it into a dead body meant a transfusion was utterly useless anyway - to me that have been the kicker.
Unless the substituted dead body was drained of blood completely before the rushed mid-air transfusion thus leaving only Dr. Pavel's blood available for checks. Also, with regard to the other DNA checks, it's possible that the body was so badly damaged (from the crash and/or explosion) that dental records and such would most likely be useless*.
*I'm not a medically certified professional, so this is all conjecture on my part
As mentioned already, I don't think it's meant to be realistic.
If you want a better explanation though; there's no reason whatsoever that the coroner / pathologist hired by G.C.P.D. can't be a member of the L.O.S., so knows which arm to specifically draw blood from; and "send off to the lab for analysis".
(For that matter, Lucius Fox didn't personally build the Tumbler; so what about the 100's of designers/architects/engineers/welders/mechanics who put it together in the first place? How come they didn't recognise their work driving around on the 6 o'clock news?)
I was just reading Michael Caine's recent comments about how secretive Nolan is. He said that for Batman Begins Nolan came to his house and sat with him while he read the script and then took it away. Caine thought it was a bit excessive. Kinda funny considering the whole script ended up being leaked online a year before the film came out.
Coincidently I happened to read the same a few minutes ago. Mind you, with Caine's apparent loose lips I can understand why Nolan didn't leave the script with him.
any word on any new trailers or theatrical spots?
It'll probably be the summer for the second trailer. A month or two before release.
I thought it was weird that they were trying to fake a plane crash yet the wings and tail fin had come cleanly off the plane many miles back
If you are talking about Trailer #2, that has been released for months now!
Anyway, Does anyone have windows media player to download and save trailer #2 of TDKR?
You can save it on windows media player version 11 or 12 as well as saving it on Quicktime.
You click on the viewing options button and click on High Definition on either 480, 720 or 1080p. Standard Definition is not great quality IMO.
You can also download it on Flash Player as well.
The number of likes on is at 412,000 and RISING (If you pardon the expression!)
No, I meant the second proper trailer. There's usually a teaser and two trailers.
I'm guessing if they follow TDK's marketing then the 2nd trailer will be released around April.
Speaking of that, are there any new virals???
And see, that suit is bitchin. Way more agile looking. Yes I'm aware usually batman has been portrayed as a big hulking figure (typical of the American style of comics) but I really prefer the direction it's gone in, it just seems more sensible to me for a guy who gets into hands on fights and is rappelling around rooftops. And yes he just looked 'roided up and unrealistic. Like they pointed out rather pointedly at the start of TDK the BB suit lent itself to being fairly rigid and unworkable. The suit just looks more cemented in reality: replace the bat trimmings with black ops equipment and you're looking at body armor you'd expect soldiers to be wearing in 10 years time on a daily basis.
As far as the cartoons and comics went, batman beyond took that a step further (making him look almost feral at times) and the newest cartoon by the looks of this, takes a more balanced approach.
I just think they look to chunky and heavy.