The Dark Knight Rises, which just wrapped and hits theaters on July 20, 2012, is truly the end of an era.
The recent news that The Dark Knight Rises has finished filming is both exciting and rather depressing.
The major publishers of super hero comic books are clearly going through some steep transitions. There are ups and downs, and neither DC or Marvel is immune to woes.
During a recent interview about the Dark Knight Rises, Christian Bale, who plays Batman in the film, discussed his castmates, his personal investment in the franchise and future acting plans.
Recently there’s been much speculation about what Christian Bale will be doing once the Dark Knight franchise ends next July.
Leaked set photos have finally revealed Anne Hathaway’s full costume for Catwoman - in all of its Dark Knight Rises glory.
Sure, we'd all love the current incarnation of Batman to last forever, especially with the winning combination of Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan.
By the time you read this story, the third Transformers movie will have made a ton of money at the box office.
Super 8 has reportedly cost $50 million dollars, which shouldn't be hard to recoup, but you also get the sense there may be a slight panic that the mystery behind the film isn't working to its advantage.
This week we discovered that J.J. Abrams’ Person of Interest has been picked up by CBS for their fall line-up. Today we get to see a lot more about it.
Christopher Nolan, one of the hottest names in Hollywood thanks to his successful films like The Dark Knight and Inception, hates 3D. But apparently the studio he works for couldn't care less what he thinks.