Has anything been said about this scene on the fanboy sites?
If it is green screened no doubt someone has commented on it.
Ok, JD. What have you done to Doc? ;)
OK so yea Morgan Freeman puts his hand on "Alfred", but we never see his face until the reverse shot which is clearly done with a green screen.
Look it's not a big deal and I'm not saying it ruins the movie for me.... it's just the thing that got me thinking about how little Michael Caine appears in the movie and then I started thinking about how that if he didn't want to be as available as other actors that it might affect HOW his part was written. Then you start thinking about concerns that DC/WB might have for things like toys and that start you thinking about stuff like "The Bat" and then that influences the ending (which is thematically identical to The Avengers) and before you know it you're left with a typical studio/super hero movie that's made with more artistry than usual but is ultimately just the same old same old story, song and dance.