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.
If anyone has been out of touch with the gaming world since the eighties, they’d probably laugh at the fact that there are actual game screenwriters in this day and age, let along great ones. In fact, some of the biggest writers in the business, like David Goyer (The Dark Knight), have written for games, and the storytelling has gotten much more sophisticated in recent times.
We’re barely into the new year and already there’s buzz about Comic-Con, which hits the San Diego Convention Center on July 24, and runs through the 27th. But the current buzz right now is the fact that there will no longer be four day passes.
It was just announced that Joseph Gordon Levitt has expressed keen interest in the big screen version of Neil Gaiman’s classic graphic novel Sandman. Now it is indeed confirmed he’s onboard, not just as a star but as a director as well.
Both director Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale have sworn they’ll never go back to Batman, and Nolan has already started shooting on his next movie, Interstellar, his science fiction epic about wormholes.
Last time we checked on Pacific Rim, it finally opened in China, and a lot of hopes have been pinned on the film’s release there. It hasn’t been doing well in the States, and if the film ever hopes to break even, or have a sequel, it’s all contingent on the film’s gross in China.
This news has come straight out of Comic Con, and frankly we’re surprised to read it, but apparently Batman will be appearing in the next Man of Steel film. We’re surprised because this has been a tough summer for blockbuster movies, and while Man of Steel has made money, $622 million world-wide so far, it hasn’t exactly been well received by the critics or the fans.
When it comes to Batman, Warner Brothers is certainly very protective of its multi-billion dollar franchise.
One of the greatest things about movies is they can make us feel heroic in times of despair.
It's certainly always a trip to see Robert Downey Jr.’s mansion and all the incredible technology at his disposal in the Iron Man franchise.
In a season where The Avengers and The Dark Knight are the big boys at the box office, Ted is surprising a lot of people.
Two new books about the gothic world of the Dark Knight offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse of gritty Gotham, the caped crusader, his allies and enemies.
Of all the superhero movies hitting theaters this summer, The Dark Knight Rises is probably one of the most anticipated - and teased.
At this point, is there anyone on earth who’s not aware The Hunger Games is hitting theaters this weekend?
If I want to see a new movie, I have absolutely no problem laying down my hard earned money for 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.