Is Warner Bros. making a Batman/Superman team-up flick?
Instead of keeping everything top secret on The Dark Knight Rises - which is only eleven months away from release - Warner Bros. has been "leaking" pics of Batman fighting Bain, along with an image of Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle/Catwoman.
At Comic Con this past July, there was a big Batman reunion featuring Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar.
This summer is certainly a hot one for superhero fans, as early pictures for The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spider-Man, and the first photo of Superman in his costume for Man of Steel have all been released.
Just hours after we got to see what the new Superman looks like, Warner Bros. has released a photo of Anne Hathaway dressed as Selina Kyle for the new batman film, Dark Knight Rises.
Pittsburgh is currently the home of many of the scenes currently being filmed for Dark Knight Rises, the conclusion to the Nolan Batman film trilogy, and it seems like the whole city is in a hustle to spoil the plot for the rest of us.
This week, during SDCC, DC released a whole slew of interior images from their new 52 event, in which all 52 of their comics lines will be starting anew at issue #1.
For months we had been beleaguered by numerous versions of The Dark Knight Rises teasers and trailers, all of them fake until this weekend.
This is probably not true, but who knows at this point.
The Catwoman costumes that we’ve seen in film have hardly been practical, simply because no burglar would wear anything so skimpy or rubbery.
Joe Simon’s autobiography covers his entire life up to this point and it is filled with the comics industry.
After months of picking up on rumors and leaks, we’ve now got all the info direct from the publisher.
Frank Miller, writer of some of the best comic books and graphic novels of the last thirty years, infamously penned a work which DC would not touch.
A teaser for Dark Knight Rises has been floating around the internet since Friday, but no one can present a good case as to its authenticity.
The attempted 'viral' marketing campaign for The Dark Knight Rises is really, really bad.
When the first X-Men movie was making a mad-dash rush to the finish line, everything was so top secret, trying to get any advance word on anything was impossible.
Shooting has finally begun on the final film in the new Batman trilogy, and these grainy stills from the set give us a clue to the film’s plot.
In Stock and Trade, our latest genre fiction feature series, we’re looking at fictional corporations. Today, we’re featuring Wayne Enterprises.
New plot details for the upcoming Superman reboot movie show that it’s likely tied very closely to the current origin canon from the comics.
The decisions being made about the Justice League movie canon is worse than we ever thought possible.