Bale, Ledger, Hardy, Gordon-Levitt, Hathaway, and most of the rest of Nolan's Bat-cast--right down to Anthony Michael Hall--reprise their Bat-roles, but now in high school, and in a '90s comedy, in the skillfully-edited Gotham High. You will never be able to see The Dark Knight, nor half-watch 10 Things I Hate About You when it's on cable, the same way again.
To a day that's already shined a light on the harsh lie of Bat-flight and the true, haunting face of Mountain Dew sponsorship, we can now add a couple more Batman revelations with two new Dark Knight Rises videos. At Xfinity, there's a trailer that follows threads from the firs... / Continue →
Finally putting an end to the long silence on whether or not a third Batman movie exists, this 13-minute featurette goes behind the scenes and interviews the director, writer, producers, and stars of Christopher Nolan's superhero series to confirm, yeah, there's a third Batman ... / Continue →
The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters July 20, and we're all already planning to see it, but still our over-excited televisions continue describing scenes and important plot points in an attempt to convey how fucking awesome it is. Here's TV latest divulgence: a thirty-second spo... / Continue →