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Comic Book Movie

CBM's own Brent Sprecher interviews Profiles in History's Brian Chanes about the Warner Bros. collection of comic book movie costumes and props and why 007's most iconic gun isn't what it appears to be!
While doing press for her new film, Les Miserables, Anne Hathaway was asked about a spin-off of The Dark Knight Rises which would be about Catwoman. Click to find out what she said.
The debate surrounding The Dark Knight Rises is still going strong at CBM and it seems that the POTUS wants to join in the discussion. So what exactly did the President of the United States have to say about the film?
Did you love Anne Hathaway's portrayal of classic Batman rogue/ally Catwoman? Hathaway says she's definitely interested but only if the project has the right people and by right people, people named Christopher Nolan.
Well, this couldn't have come at a better time! Check out this safe for viewing trailer for the latest "porn parody" from Bluebird Films featuring Katwoman, Super Chick, Jo-Kerr and many more..
Speaking to Complex Magazine, the fame writer shares his thoughts on Catwoman, The Dark Knight Rises, and the new DC 52.
I asked you to decide who out of Anne Hathaway, Halle Berry, Michelle Pfeiffer, Lee Meriwether, Eartha Kitt and Julie Newmar was the sexiest Catwoman, and over 3000 of you cast your vote! Who came out on top? Find out here...
The first image of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman may have been released to a mixed response, but it gives us all the chance to decide which of the live action femme fatales is the most desirable...
I've decided to go back over the bad ones for my next few revisits. Let's start with the baddest of the bad, a movie widely regarded as of the worst of all time,2004's Catwoman starring Halle Berry..
Bruno Schwobthaler, Seinor Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Warner Brothers, says the company will be introducing key characters in movies over the next three years starting with Green Lantern.