Win, lose or draw, The Dark Knight Rises was going to make a ton of money, and it's currently one of a handful of films that's made over a billion dollars world-wide.
Everybody knew that The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises would do huge business, but could either eventually dethrone Avatar as the #1 movie of all time?
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.
The Dark Knight Rises has been the number one film in the country now for three weeks straight, and good, bad or indifferent, you knew it was going to make big bucks.
While I have mixed feelings about The Dark Knight Rises, there’s a little touch I really appreciated about the film: You never saw Bane without his mask.
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.
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.
As we all know by now, the Internet is not the most reliable source of accurate information, and can be exploited to quickly spread rumors - whether they are true or not.
It's no big news flash that The Dark Knight Rises is one of the most anticipated movies of the year. And you obviously don't need to be Nostradamus to predict it's going to generate a ton of cash.
Warner Bros. has posted a new full-length trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Rises.
With so many genre movies already making their box office mark (Hunger Games, Avengers), it almost seems like everyone has forgotten the latest Spider-Man reboot which hits theaters on July 3.
Aside from The Dark Knight Rises and Prometheus, it's hard to think of a genre movie that's more anticipated than the big screen adaptation of Ender's Game, originally written by Orson Scott Card.
You knew The Avengers was going to have a good second weekend, but this good?
As we've been reporting in recent weeks, fan anticipation for The Avengers is borderline insane.
This week CinemaCon was held in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace, with practically every big, upcoming genre movie making an appearance.
The opening segment of the original Dark Knight with the Joker pulling off the bank robbery really was quite a remarkable sight.