John Alvin is responsible for painting movie posters for over 130 films, including Tim Burton's Batman and Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever. Here, we have the exclusive premiere of one of his Batman Forever sketches from Titan Books' The Art of John Alvin. Check it out!
Riddle me this, riddle me that, who is the conceptual illustrator that helped design the various weapons and gadgets that Batman (Val Kilmer) used in Joel Schumacher's 1995 film, Batman Forever? That would be Christopher Ross ("The Avengers"). Check it out!
Ignore the Bat-nipples. Put the codpieces back in your pants, and stow your rage until you've read the whole article. Watch the movie again a little less critically, and a little more for enjoyment.
The third part of my look back on Batman's theatrical releases sees Schumacher's first attemt at the franchise. Can it hold up? Click to find out.
Val Kilmer suited up as Batman in the 1995 theatrical release of Batman Forever, during the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo he talked a little bit about his experience on the film.
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The latest Rumors for both "The First Avenger: Captain America" and "The Dark Knight untitled sequel", are the female roles of the films. And both involve Emily Blunt.
Johnny Depp talks about how he almost played Batman in Batman Forever and that he is open to being The Riddler in "Batman 3."
DC Comics is asking stores around the country to destroy tens of thousands of copies of a new Batman comic book because of a "printing gaffe" that revealed obscenities, the New York Post reported.
“No one has talked to me about it--ever." That is what actor Philip Seymour Hoffman said when asked to confirm recent rumors that he'd been picked to play Batman villain "The Penguin." He went on to state, "I don't know if I'd make a good Penguin, to be honest."
Alfred actor Michael Caine has confirmed with the studio that Johnny Depp will be the Riddler, and Philip Seymour Hoffman will play The Penguin...
Commenting on the rumors that he is being cast as "The Riddler" for the next Batman movie, actor Johnny Depp responds enthusiastically.
The actor who play's Harvey Dent, a.k.a. "Two-Face" in blockbuster comic book movie The Dark Knight confirms that he won't appear in the next movie. Says Eckhart, "He's dead as a door nail."
"The Dark Knight" is on it's way to breaking Titanic's record. Go Bruce!
Dear God Noooooo! But it's in the paper, so it must be true! Senior singer and ancient actress Cher, who qualifies to be a member of AARP, is said to be 1st in the running for Catwoman in the next Batman film. Director Chris Nolan himself is supposedly the head cheerleader on this one!
Ben Stiller's hilarious new war movie "Tropic Thunder" has ended Batman's reign at the top of the U.S. box office, but not before TDK amassed enough money to pass George Lucas' 1977 original Star Wars to become the second-highest grossing movie of all-time. The only thing standing in its way now is "Titanic."
If there has been one consistent criticism of "The Dark Knight," it's Christian Bale's gravelly interpretation of what the Batman sounds like. Love it or hate it, this fanfilm will make you laugh.
London police let Christian Bale escape with a slap on the wrist over the supposed shoving match he had with his Mommy and sissy.
Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. has certainly pissed away any possible part playing a DC comics character with his recent remarks...
The Michigan man-boy who dressed up like The Joker and tried to steal a Batman display at his local theater will get a day in the slammer, 16 hours of community service, and a $685 fine for his super stupid crime spree.
Every fanboy knows (and worships at the altar of) Joss Whedon. The famed fantasy & scifi Writer/Director is best known for his Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly series. But did you know that he's had a few stabs at comic book movies as well?
The Dark Knight has just passed Spider-Man on the domestic blockbuster list to take the title, "biggest comic book movie of all-time" --in North America. Pirates of the Caribbean is its next target.
"The Dark Knight" topped the 400-million-dollar mark in box office receipts in just 18 days, shattering the record set by "Shrek 2," according to figures released on Tuesday.
They talk about the Superman curse, but Batman is now getting a curse rep all its own as the fourth tragedy happens to yet another actor involved in The Dark Knight movie.
Not only did Batman defeat the Mummy to take the top spot at the Box Office this weekend, but The Dark Knight is #8 now in the list of all-time domestic money-makers...