Is Jared Leto’s Joker the Poochie of the DC movie universe?
Great Scott! This is the Batman V. Superman trailer Gotham deserves.
Predator Vs Batman? Shut up and take our money!
Sometimes a sequel isn’t the best idea.
We know, this summer has been Batastic (you’re welcome).
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Long before Tim Burton’s Batman or Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, there was the Batman television series.
The 1960s Batman TV series is famous for its colorful rogues gallery. Part of the fun was seeing which celebrity guest star would stop by each week to ensnare Batman and Robin in some nutty deathtrap.
Catch a double-airing of Batman Begins this Saturday at 8/7c.
Catch The Aviator on Sun, Feb 2 at 5:15PM EST.
In IFC’s The Spoils of Babylon, Jonas Morehouse, an ambitious family patriarch, gets into the oil business and strikes gold. With his money he builds an empire – one of the biggest ever seen in movies and television. Who rivals him as far as fictional fortunes go? Let’s take look. 10. Smaug This dragon has…
With Ben Affleck getting tons of nerd flack over taking the role of Batman in Zack Snyder’s upcoming Batman/Superman team-up, we thought it might be fun to take a look back at other casting announcements that ruffled some feathers. 1. Daniel Craig as James Bond The concept of a blonde 007 was reviled by many…
It’s official! Rugged, respected Ben Affleck will don the cape and cowl for Zack Snyder in Warner Brothers’ upcoming Batman vs Superman. Here are some predictions for how it will go down. 1. Batman Will Have a Boston Accent Rather than speak in an affected growl, Affleck’s Batman will speak in a thick Boston accent…
Spend the night arguing about whether Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer or George Clooney was the best Batman when we show back-to-back- Batman movies. We’re kicking things off with George Clooney suiting up to play Gotham’s Dark Knight in Joel Shumacher’s take on “Batman & Robin” at 5:15 p.m. ET/4:15 p.m. CT. Batman faces off against…
Article: 10 reasons to love Michael Keaton
A look at one of the most eclectic actors in Hollywood.
Article: The Batman is coming to IFC
Tonight at 7:15 p.m. ET we are lighting up the sky over Gotham with the Bat Signal, because the Dark Knight is coming to IFC. Tim Burton’s 1989 “Batman” is the big-screen response to the serious (and seriously violent) revisionist comic book tales of the ’80s. The film reimagines Gotham as a foreboding industrial metropolis…
Guess what we’re showing tonight at 8/7c. Here’s a hint: That’s right, tonight we are showing “The Prestige.” Christopher Nolan’s film focuses on the tense relationship between two turn-of-the-century magicians Rupert Angier (Hugh Jackman) and Alfred Borden (Christian Bale). Yep, it’s Jackman versus Bale: Okay, so they aren’t Wolverine and Batman (except for forever in…
Article: Ten funny things about Batman
The Caped Crusader isn’t dark and gritty all the time. Here are ten instances of him loosening the cowl.
No matter how good “The Dark Knight Rises” is, we’ll never forget these strange moments.
From “Knightfall” to “The Dark Knight Returns,” here are five stories that will add to “The Dark Knight Rises” experience.
“The Avengers” is going to be the big hit of the whole year, certainly, but while it has its fair share of funny moments, there are actually superheroes whose stock in trade is comedy. One of the most glaring omissions from the otherwise solid Sam Raimi “Spider-Man” films are the crucial element of Peter Parker’s…
Sure, everyone’s talking about “The Avengers” these days, but even Marvel’s record-breaking superhero team-up movie could face some stiff competition at the box office when “The Dark Knight Rises” finally hits theaters. Only adding to the anticipation surrounding Christopher Nolan’s franchise-ending film is a new poster that arrived online today for the third — and…
“[Christopher Nolan] has created an epic disaster film,” Anne Hathaway says.
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Article: The top 5 Batman villains
In The Dark Knight Rises, Batman faces an incredibly brutal villain named Bane, a behemoth well known to readers of the graphic novel. “He’s a big dude who’s incredibly clinical, in the fact that he has a result-based and -oriented fighting style,” actor Tom Hardy said of Bane, the character he plays, in Empire. “It’s…