We're months away from meeting Ben Affleck's Batman as a new era for the Caped Crusader begins. Warner Bros. will obviously need to do a lot to top The Dark Knight Trilogy, and Jonathan Nolan has now addressed a Batman Begins mystery which has bugged some fans for years...
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
Just as I make peace with the fact that this won't be the Jack Kirby spectacle I long desire, Bruce Wayne stands up, clinks his glass, and sarcastically thanks me for coming here tonight and drinking all his booze.
If you haven't seen or heard of this YouTube critic before, imagine Mr. Plinkett and RiffTracks had an illegitimate son from Long Island who constantly makes digs at Zack Snyder and Marc Webb, and has reviews for every Marvel movie ever made and every DC movie ever made. Relive all the good & the slightly less good of The Dark Knight Trilogy, after the jump!
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.
Happy Canada Day everybody! For the occasion, here's a comedic analysis of the best Canadian characters in Tv and Movies.
Take a look back at the movie that kicked off the Nolanverse on its 10 year anniversary.
The Mother Flickers take this time to review ALL of the Batman films within 2 minutes...check it out!
In a new discussion with The Hollywood Reporter, the revered filmmaker has spoken at length about his life, influences and body of work. Hit the jump to read what he had to say about his early interest in rebooting Batman, ambition, origin stories, sequels and the sound of Interstellar.
Mashable have posted a sneak peek of the artwork that will on display at Mondo's Batman 75th Anniversary Gallery show, which takes place Oct. 24th at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas. Come see artist Kevin Tong's poster for Chris Nolan's Batman Begins.
With the current release of Batman Arkham Origins it seemed to be the perfect time to also take a look at the posters of Batman Begins. How did everything start off for the advertising for The Dark Knight Trilogy? Check it out!
CinemaSins present us with their latest "Everything Wrong With" and this time it is Christopher Nolan's 2005 film, Batman Begins!
Here's part 6 of my look back on the Batman franchise as I continue with Nolan's first film with the Caped Crusader
In my very first review for a feature film on this website, I take a look at Christopher Nolan's 2005 hit, "Batman Begins."
Included on the Blu Ray and the Double DVD Versions of the movie, these awesome posters were never officially used by Warner Bros Pictures to promote the movie, while they're pretty awesome, the quality is not that great.