The 86th Academy Awards celebrated movie heroes with a montage that was presented by Captain America: The Winter Soldier star Chris Evans. What you didn't see was a planned appearance by Batkid (Miles Scott). It was nixed at the last minute.
Fox's Gotham tv show has finally cast its preteen version of Bruce Wayne, who of course will eventually don the cape and cowl of the Caped Crusader, Batman. A young Selina Kyle (Catwoman) has also been cast. Read on to find out what actors will give life to these key roles.
Whozean? Don't expect a Riddler or a Black Mask - like his boss Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett-Smith), it seems this Gotham bad guy will be a new character created just for the Fox tv show. Read on for more details.
Hishe has finally debuted their short for Christopher Nolan's critically acclaimed Batman Begins. Hit the jump to check out the their hilarious take on the Batman reboot!
Wanna ride around the streets with the Batman tumbler, Just simply pay One Million Dollars! James Edition - Luxury Marketplace Just announced that the Tumbler is for sale and you will be able to ride it in the streets. Hit the jump for more details!
iO9 reckon they've come across a (later) draft of the script for the pilot episode of the Batman prequel tv series. As long as you don't mind major SPOILERS, click on to find out which villains we may see, as well as what the first ep will be about overall.
Fan films are everywhere, but one of the most impressive is this animated short from filmmaker Mitchell Hammond which postulates Batman emerging 30 years after Skynet's ascent to power and taking on the resulting world of the Terminators.
Jada Pinkett-Smith took to facebook to share her excitement about joining Fox's Batman prequel show, Gotham but in her enthusiasm, she may have inadvertently revealed a spoiler.
According to Deadline, the Matrix: Reloaded actress will be facing off against Ben McKenzie's Jim Gordon as one of the villains in Fox's upcoming Batman prequel series. Who will she be playing? You'll have to hit the jump to find out!
Seth Green, co-creator of Robot Chicken and the voice of Chris Griffin on Family Guy, doesn't believe that Ben Affleck ("Gigli") is the right actor to play the Dark Knight in Zack Snyder's untitled Batman/Superman film. Come check it out.