With Christopher Nolan’s follow-up to the hugely successful The Dark Knight and Marvel’s unprecedented live action team-up of their biggest names, The Avengers, both hitting theaters this summer, The Amazing Spider-Man has started to feel like the odd man out. Clearly Spider-Man is one of the most popular superheroes of all time, but enough time just hasn’t passed between his last big screen trilogy and this franchise relaunch to build a level of anticipation and excitement for the film comparable to these other big, comic book-based events.
Oh boy, it’s a Marvel vs. DC throw down. Christopher Nolan’s long-time cinematographer, Wally Pfister, who shot not only this summer’s The Dark Knight Rises, but the other two Dark Knight films as well, had some choice words for Mar... Read Post
The Dark Knight Rises publicity machine has hit full throttle, and the film doesn't even reach theaters until July 2012. A newly released poster for the final installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy generated impressive bu... Read Post