An almost 30 minute long making of featurette for Joel Schumacher's infamous 1997 Bat-flick - largely considered to be among the worst movies ever made - has found its way online, and it's a doozy. The director, cast and crew are not shy about letting their feelings on the movie known!
Why this franchise is used so much.
Alongside director Christoher Nolan, David S. Goyer helped catapult Warner Bros. Dark Knight trilogy to massive success. We know the studio are planning some kind of future Bat-flick, but would Goyer be involved? See what the writer/director had to say after the jump
The fact that The Dark Knight is considered by a lot of fans to be the greatest comic book movie of all-time hasn't stopped the guys over at CinemaSins from picking up on every single plot hole and dodgy camera angle they could find. Check it out!
I typically don't go for these kinds of things but this spoof video from PistolShrimps showed some real editing prowess. Batman in classic movie scenes equals comedy it seems. One scene spoofing Home Alone is especially hilarious.
Batman says his good-byes...
DC continues to strangle their other properties in order to keep Batman in the limelight. We examine their recent output in various mediums.
Learn to make Harley Quinn Jell-O shots!
Come check out 30 promotional images for Tim Burton's Batman (1989). The photos feature Jack Nicholson ("Bucket List") as The Joker, and Michael Keaton ("Mr. Mom") as the Dark Knight.
In this second excerpt from an interview with Dark Knight Returns director Jay Oliva, we continue our look at the momentous battle that takes place between Batman and Superman. Accompanying the interview are a number of animatic storyboards used as a foundation for the final animation.
A couple of days ago we got some pretty exciting news, that Christopher Nolan will be producing Justice League, and could possibly bring back Christian Bale as Batman. However, my source is saying something a little different, click here to check it out.
Title says it all guys. I guess I should say something... It involves Batman Begins and The Dark Knight Rises more than anything else. Also I just wrote this, so please don't complain about any errors that I missed.
While Joey King was promoting her new movie, Oz: The Great and Powerful, talk show host, Jay Leno, asked the young actress about shaving her head for the part of young Talia al Ghul in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises.
In the first of a two-part offering from Voices From Krypton, Jay Oliva, director of The Dark Knight Returns, recounts the development of one of the highlights of Part Two, the battle between Batman and Superman.
Batman documentary film is a "GO"! Fully funded in a record 48 hours, this movie should be completed by July 2013... just in time for the San Diego Comic Con!
Conceptual illustrator, Tim Flattery, had the pleasure of working on tim Burton's Batman Returns and Joel Schumacher Batman Forever. Check out his concept art for the Batmobile, Batboat, and the penguins that had rockets strapped to their backs.
Check out a trailer for what will (hopefully) become a feature length documentary, which explores the "power of heroic stories and the inspirational impact of Batman". Click on to find out how you can help it become a reality..
Warner Bros., the distributor of The Dark Knight Rises had planned animated one-sheets that featured Bane and Batman's heads sculpted from ammunition and firearms. Thankfully, the studio decided to pass on that marketing campaign. Check them 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.
In this excerpt from the second and final installment of his look at the different Robins who have teamed up with Batman, writer Vic Frederick focuses on the evolution of Jason Todd and Tim Drake, and the introduction of Damian Wayne.