In today’s superhero movies there’s no such thing as a finite ending. Everything feeds into a sequel, spin-off or remake within Marvel and DC’s larger cinematic universes. Superhero franchises have become giant movie making machines where endings become teases for the next installment. But the one outlier of that cyclical trend was Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy, which began before Marvel dominated movie screens.
Anne Hathaway memorably played Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises, but she very nearly played another catty superhero. The Oscar-winning actress was set to play Black Cat in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 4, which would have also featured John Malkovich as Vulture. That film was canceled shortly before filming and Sony eventually decided to reboot the whole franchise. That’s just one of the facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which goes completely batty with The Dark Knight Rises!
Practically everyone loves Batman, thanks in part to Christopher Nolan's recent 'Dark Knight' take, so it's difficult to imagine any major disinterest in Warner Bros.' new Batman Exhibit, which will be on display as part of the studio's VIP tour. For $54 a pop, you can journey through the cinematic history of the Caped Crusader, examining props, ogling costumes and remembering the good times ('The Dark Knight') and the very bad times ('Batman and Robin').
We don't have a release date or any idea what it's going to contain in terms of bonus material, but if an image posted by a Polish fansite is to be believed -- and really, if you can't trust Polish fansites, who can you trust? -- we might have our first look at the 'Dark Knight Trilogy' deluxe Blu-ray box set.
If you left the theater after 'The Dark Knight Rises' not really knowing what just happened to you, but certain something wasn't right, here's a video for you! It's everything that's wrong with 'The Dark Knight Rises,' summed up in less than three minutes.
This holiday season, you'll probably be giving a geek you love a copy of 'The Dark Knight Rises,' which hits shelves on December 4. So, if you're going to be purchasing a copy anyway, you might as well get an "exclusive reward" out of it, right? Like a brand new look at 'Man of Steel,' Zack Snyder's Superman reboot?
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We've known for a while now that 'The Dark Knight Rises' would be hitting DVD and Blu-ray the first week of December (now December 4), but we didn't know the specs for this summer's second biggest hit. Would there be the thirty minutes of deleted scenes that were rumored, or any deleted material at all? The specs are in, the answer is no.
Depending on where you live, Christopher Nolan’s superhero smash ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ might still be playing in multiplexes… sometimes even on your local IMAX screen. But thanks to the ever-shrinking window between theatrical and DVD release, you now can start planning to own ‘Rises’ on December 3, and here are a few of the options that will be at your consumer-driven fingertips.
Why the gunman opened fire is still not known, but in the early morning hours a gunman opened fire on a crowd of people at a midnight showing of 'The Dark Knight Rises.' Fourteen people died and another 50 were injured.
Witnesses say that the suspect was wearing a bullet proof vest and a helmet...
Even though The Amazing Spider-Man was #1 at the box office this weekend, it will quickly (July 20) take a back seat to the summer's biggest blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises. And in case you haven't had enough yet, now you can see some behind the scenes footage from the final film in the trilogy.