It’s amazing to think that one of the biggest movies of the year centers around a teddy bear, but Ted is fast becoming one of the biggest comedies of all time, if it isn’t there already.
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.
Nolan has indeed been very clear that this is the end of his version of Batman, just like the surviving members of Zeppelin swear up and down they won’t reunite.
Warner Bros. has posted a pair of clips from the upcoming Blu-ray release of The Dark Knight Rises.
While I couldn’t recall hearing or reading anything about the new Superman flick, Man of Steel, being up for a 3D conversion, it makes sense the movie would be on the fast track for 3D treatment.
If the name David Goyer seems familiar, that's probably because he co-wrote Batman Begins and boasts story credits on The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises.
To today’s generation, darker versions of favorite superheroes are a given. Some fans look back at the 60’s TV version of Batman and can’t believe the Dark Knight used to be so silly.
It may not be here to stay, but 3D is still going to be around for while - whether you absolutely love or hate the format.
Everyone has probably already seen the teaser trailer for Man of Steel, which played before The Dark Knight Rises.
The official novelization of The Dark Knight Rises is the best film novelization I've ever read. Yes, I know that's not saying much, but the book is most certainly accurate.
An extra 30 minutes of Dark Knight Rises? Yes, please!
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.
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.
Anyone who has spent time reading or writing online comments knows rabid fanbois are quite capable of becoming angry or nasty without any real provocation.
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 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.
The hotly anticipated Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20th. Fortunately, Warner Bros. Pictures seems intent on keeping geek interest piqued with trailers, teasers and viral content - right up until the movie actually opens.
Warner Bros. has been doing a pretty sweet job generating slick viral campaigns and teasers for The Dark Knight Rises.