The Joker will be adopting a brand new look when the DCEU comes to fruition, and not all the other villains are too thrilled about it in How It Should Have Ended's latest video. Click the jump to watch now!
Over the years, many actors have portrayed Gotham's Dark Knight in his many blockbuster outings. One such actor is Michael Keaton, but did you know the role was actually originally offered to Pierce Brosnan instead? Click the jump for details on what Brosnan recently said about turning down the role, as well as his thoughts on a gay or black 007!
Over the years, many actors have portrayed Gotham's Dark Knight in his many blockbuster outings. One such actor is Michael Keaton, but did you know the role was actually originally offered to Pierce Brosnan instead? Click the jump for details on what Brosnan recently said about turning down the role!
Batman's rule in the comics of not taking a life has not always extended into his movies. Hit the jump for a count of all the times he's killed somebody in every live action adaptation. And be sure to sound off on whether you think all of them actually count.
Today, at the Wizard World Chicago GOTHAM Panel, Ben McKenzie (who plays Jim Gordon in the hit series) has revealed just when fans can expect to see The Dark Knight himself on the series! Click the jump to find out when!
From Gene Hackman to Jesse Eisenberg, from Cesar Romero to Jared Leto, next, we take a look at who's played who of the dastardly evil-doers of the DC Universe
Next week, Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass owners can dive into brand new DLC based on Tim Burton's two Bat-films, 1989's Batman and 1992's Batman Returns. Check out awesome new Batmobile gameplay (plus Robin in action) in this Arkham Insider video!
Since Comic Con is now over, the question everyone ask is "Who won Comic Con?". Not only I'm answering this question, but I think my answer is going to surprise you.
Rocksteady has revealed what DLC will be coming to Batman: Arkham Knight in August. One of the packs will include playing in the legendary Tim Burton Batsuit and Batmobile with race tracks inspired by Burton films. Click to check it out.
According to screenwriter, Harley Quinn was slated to appear in the follow-up to ''Batman & Robin'', and a ''Sons of Anarchy'' actress lobbied for the role!
Check out the most outrageous NSFW review of one of the most iconic superhero films ever made!
At the 30th Santa Barbara International Film Festival Michael Keaton was participated in a Q&A where he briefly talks about how he felt when there was uproar over his casting in Tim Burton's Batman
While doing press for Big Eyes, the Batman director told Yahoo! that he thinks it's only a matter of time before people get sick of the current superhero movie formula, mentioning Marvel Studios specifically. He also addresses the possibility of him stepping into the genre again.
This 25-minute special on the making of Tim Burton's Batman (1989) is apparently still unavailable on any home release versions of the film, and features interviews with the likes of Burton, Michael Keaton, Kim Basinger, and Bob Kane. If you're all Star Wars'd out, take a look..
The men's magazine's take on Tim Burton's Batman and how it stacks up against Christopher Nolan, Iron Man and more.
Conceptual illustrator, David Russell ("The Wolverine"), worked on designs for the Batmobile and Batwing for Tim Burton's 1989 comic book movie, Batman. Check it out!
No doubt you're all familiar with the ending of Batman '89 especially considering that movie hit cinemas twenty five years ago this year. However there was an unofficial version aired that cut the finale dramatically short. Find out the details after the jump!
A fan made trailer for the groundbreaking 1989 film.
After Batman Begins it was also time to take a look at how the original posters for Tim Burton's Batman looked like. How different are they from today's standards? Have they aged well? Check it out right here!
In celebration of The Dark Knight Rises, I decided to watch what I feel will always be the definitive classic Batman film, one that surely defined my childhood.
In honor of another Batman franchise completing it's storyline I felt it was appropriate to look at each of the theatrically released Batman films starting with Tim Burton's take on the character.
Today in DanQuixote's Corner we dance with the devil in the pale moonlight. Hit the jump for the Batman
Kiefer Sutherland sat down to talk about his newest television series Touch when he revealed that he was almost cast as Robin in Tim Burton's Batman and talked about the 24 Movie script.
I decided to revisit the first Tim Burton Batman movie this time, is a little bit hard to review such a classic and beloved movie, but it was a great fun.
Is Keaton a good batman, or a never utilized Joker? Tim Burton would know.