When Batman returns to movie theaters in The Dark Knight Rises later this month, one group of physicists will be tutting in disapproval.
This July, geek ecstasy is about to hit critical mass with two enormous events.
The last Christopher Nolan-Christian Bale Batman is three weeks away, and Comic-Con 2012 kicks off next week in San Diego.
The hotly anticipated Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20th. Fortunately, Warner Bros. Pictures seems intent on keeping geek interest piqued with trailers, teasers and viral content - right up until the movie actually opens.
Warner Bros. has been doing a pretty sweet job generating slick viral campaigns and teasers for The Dark Knight Rises.
The tales of Batman and Superman, from comics to billion dollar industries, offer rich, detailed histories that would provide a great and rewarding challenge for any writer.
It's an old saying, never say never, but Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale want everyone to know this is the end for their era of Batman.
We all knew from the tracking reports that The Avengers would be a big movie, but the film has actually been insanely successful.
Warner Bros. has posted a new full-length trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Rises.
So as we all know, The Dark Knight Rises is going to be the last in the modern Batman series with Christian Bale starring, and Christopher Nolan directing.
Warner Bros. has released a trio of TV spots for the conclusion of the Batman trilogy.
As much as we love the Christopher Nolan Batman films, they will be coming to an end this July when The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters.
When Chris Nolan took over the Batman franchise, one of the most interesting changes he made was to the Batmobile.
Warner Bros. has released a long-form trailer for its upcoming super hero action film The Dark Knight Rises.
If you've watched Batman or read any of the comics, you know the caped crusader often relies on some sort of projectile that shoots a grappling hook - allowing him to climb up the side of a building with relative ease.
Titan Books has announced that it will be publishing an adaptation of Warner Bros. upcoming Batman trilogy conclusion, The Dark Knight Rises.
It's hard time for hardcore film fans.
Celluloid definitely looks better than Hi-Def, most cinema fans agree on this, but it won't be long before they stop making film altogether, and it's going to be a sad day when that happens.
One can't help but wonder if there will ever be an R rated superhero movie released for the masses.
As much as Batman’s really come a long way in recent years, there’s no way I’d ever criticize the 1966 TV show.
One of my favorite upgrades to the Batman franchise was the casting of Gary Oldman as Commissioner Gordon.
When I saw that Sheldon Moldoff passed away, the name didn't immediately ring a bell, but once I saw his artwork, I knew who he was right away.