Adrian Veidt: It doesn't take a genius to see the world has problems.
Edward Blake: No, but it takes a room full of morons to think they're small enough for them to handle.
In "The Ultimate Cut" version of the film (and perhaps the original), Laurie and Dan have a discussion in a restaurant about the attack on Ozymandias. Outside, across the street we see people milling about. As the camera cuts between shots of both characters at the table, then close ups of Spectre, then of Night Owl, and back again, the positions of these people vary randomly, including a seated girl that appears instantly out of nowhere, then a man in a brown jacket walks over to join her, but instantly is seated next to her, then he's seen approaching and sitting down with her. (Timecode is for The Ultimate Cut). See more...
The plot to force peace by uniting against a common enemy is similar to the Outer Limits episode, "The Architects of Fear." A nod to this is that just after the scenes in Antarctica, you see a TV with the classic Outer Limits opening. See more...
Popular blog posts:
Other great sites
Add film information to Watchmen
This page lists everyone currently associated with this title (if any), together with spaces for you to submit someone new. Click here for a cast listing if you want to double check spellings - names MUST be spelled and capitalised correctly.
This isn't supposed to be a full cast list, just a few of the the most prominent actors/characters - as such not everyone nominated will get online. If you need to submit more than 5 names, just repeat the process after submitting the first batch.
If you've changed your mind, you can go back to Watchmen.