Zero Teapot Zero in on your love of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas with the ceramic Zero Teapot from the NeatoShop. This frightfully fun collectible looks like Zero the ghost dog, with the handle and the lid designed to showcase his floppy white ears. Show More Summary
Back in 1989, the superhero movie wasn't exactly a thing like it is now, many of today's ardent Batman fans were much too young to see Tim Burton's movie, and most people's Batman knowledge was dominated by Adam West. So, Warner Bros. Show More Summary
John Nolte mentioned that Tim Burton's epochal "Batman" film is now 25 years old, which immediately made every aching joint in my aging body flare up, and more of my remaining hair turn white. Twenty-five years ago? Really? The nifty...Show More Summary
Tim Burton's 'Batman' Turns 25 Fifty years after 1939, an unprecedented year of cinematic masterpieces, 1989 gave us an extraordinary year in popcorn cinema -- just good old-fashioned entertaining movies. I spent that summer at the drive-in. Show More Summary
Want to read and see some fun stuff about the 25th anniversary of Tim Burton‘s Batman? Could Mr. Freeze show up in Gotham? What is the Wonder Woman costume in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice going to look like? How is Black Widow‘s...Show More Summary
In 1989, June 23rd to be exact, the world was introduced to a Batman that was not Adam West. Tim Burton’s Batman paved the way for the wave of comic book movies that came after: Spider-Man, X-Men, The Avengers, The Dark Knight, and their many sequels. Show More Summary
I thought it might be fun to wrap up today's Topless Robot broadcast day with a gentle reminder that time only moves forward and we are all on a slow, inevitable march towards oblivion. And what b...
The whole film; the way it felt, the way it looked, the way it made me feel.
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Tim Burton's Batman. Let's take a look back all the way to the summer of 1989 when the superhero genre saw a resurgence and the Dark Knight was reborn again for a new generation of moviegoers. Show More Summary
I think we can all agree that Tim Burton’s 1993 stop motion classic The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of the greatest holiday films for our genre. But something that drove me a little bit up the wall was just how much merchandise was released. I honestly don’t think a full-sized shipping container could hold […]
If you were around and old enough to know anything in the summer of 1989, you remember what a phenomenon the release of Batman was. Tim Burton‘s comic book movie was almost as significant to blockbuster history as Star Wars, only in a different way. Show More Summary
In case you hadn't heard from the rest of the internet, today marks the exact 25th anniversary of the theatrical release of Tim Burton's 1989 adaptation of the classic DC Comics superhero Batman. It's tough to remember a time when comic book superheroes weren't guaranteed box office champions, but when Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Here’s something to make some of you feel old, Tim Burton‘s Batman was released 25 years ago today! The film marked a turning point for comic book films specifically and blockbuster level films generally. Batman was a game changer, and it seems fitting that we not let that anniversary pass without notice. I guess others […]
Wait 'til you get a load of these pictures from the world premiere of 1989's "Batman." Tim Burton's film debuted in theaters 25 years ago today, and the blockbuster helped usher in this current era of superhero franchises. There are plenty of fun features dedicated to the legacy of "Batman," so go ahead and read those. Show More Summary
Holy milestones, Batman! Twenty five years ago today, director Tim Burton's "Batman" swooped to the rescue of not just Kim Basinger's Vicki Vale, but of an entire genre and its fans.
In honor of the 25th Anniversary of Michael Keaton starring in Tim Burton's "Batman," CBR asks: Which actor gave your favorite big screen Dark Knight performance?
A lot can happen in 25 years. When Warner Bros. was pushing Tim Burton‘s Batman, released on this day in 1989, changed the landscape for superhero movies. But at the time, the studio had to convince many people that there was good reason to make a Batman movie. Show More Summary
When Tim Burton’s Batman hit theaters 25 years ago, it was more than just a pivotal film in the superhero genre. It was a pivotal film in any genre — largely due to its phantasmagorical sets and vehicles. The 1989 vision of Gotham City,...Show More Summary
Holy crap. Has it really been 25 years since Tim Burton's first Batman film came out and proved superhero movies could be serious? People forget this seemed impossible at the time, which is why WB made this fascinating behind-the-scenes promo video in 1988. Read more...