While there’s no official word just yet, David Fincher, director of Fight Club and The Social Network, is up to helm the official Steve Jobs biopic, which will be released by Sony. Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay, and now reports are burning up the net as to who could play the title role.
Last year, a lucky collector with big bucks bought one of the original Batmobiles from the ’66 TV show for millions of dollars. There’s a lot of great memorabilia fans with big money can buy, and now if you’ve got to have your own Batman tumbler, you can rip down the street in one, but it will definitely cost ya.
It took a long time, and some fans, like myself, never thought it would come to pass, but it’s now official…Batman the TV show is coming to DVD and BluRay this year.
Who cares about Batman Vs Superman? When are they going to make Batkid: the Movie? By now, everyone’s read the incredible story of Miles Scott, a five-year-old child who was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 18 months old, and is now in remission. Thanks to the Make a Wish foundation, Miles was a superhero for a day, and San Francisco transformed into Gotham City to make this special kid’s fantasy complete.
By now we’re sure you’ve read the news that Batman Vs. Superman is currently in the works at Warner Brothers for a 2015 release. This will be the sequel to Man of Steel, although ironically enough, the Batman Vs. Superman project was in the works at Warners well before Batman Begins got made.
We all hear stories about who was up for this role or that role in big movies, and how funny it would be if, say, Tom Selleck played Indiana Jones.
The Dark Knight Rises is now officially out on DVD and Blu-Ray, and it’s amazing to think that after waiting for so long, the Christopher Nolan Batman sagas are finally done.
With the DVD/Blu-Ray release of The Dark Knight Rises this week, Christopher Nolan’s Batman series has come full circle.
It's a given that The Dark Knight Rises, the last of the Christopher Nolan / Christian Bale Batman flicks, would do big business at the box office.
So the last Christopher Nolan/Christian Bale Batman finally hit theaters this past weekend. Sadly, a horrible tragedy marred the experience and is casting a long pall over the film.
After months of speculation and silence, the word is out that The Dark Knight Rises will indeed end the Christopher Nolan/Christian Bale Batman series on a good note.
It's truly amazing that security on The Dark Knight Rises set has been so effectively maintained.
Press notes are standard issue for every major movie that hits theaters these days.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Dark Knight Rises, which just wrapped and hits theaters on July 20, 2012, is truly the end of an era.
Is there pressure coming up with another Batman movie, especially when the last one set the bar incredibly high? What do you think? Of course there's pressure!
The recent news that The Dark Knight Rises has finished filming is both exciting and rather depressing.