Whatever one thinks of The Dark Knight Rises, it is quite clear that we owe Christopher Nolan a big debt because he basically saved and reinvented the Batman franchise.
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.
Anne Hathaway stands ready for more Catwoman action.
The final Nolan Batman film is mostly what I expected it to be. I'm not sure it would be possible for any film to live up to this film's hype, but it comes close.
One of the biggest concerns I've had with the latest Dark Knight film is Catwoman.
It's way too easy to ruin the character by making her too silly and camping it up.
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.
One of the most awaited verdicts in geekdom is finally in.
It's truly amazing that security on The Dark Knight Rises set has been so effectively maintained.
It's obviously the "no sh*t Sherlock" statement of the year, but people are going to be flocking to theaters in droves when The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20.
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.
The current round of Batman films are due to end this July with The Dark Knight Rises, and it's really too bad we won't see Christopher Nolan bringing to life many of the villains we still haven't seen on the big screen.
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.
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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.
The opening segment of the original Dark Knight with the Joker pulling off the bank robbery really was quite a remarkable sight.
How cool would it be to be one of the few people on earth to have seen The Dark Knight Rises last week?
Audiences at the IMAX showings of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol were recently treated to an extended prologue for Dark Knight Rises, which featured the first scene of the film.