Batman. It’s always been about Batman. But what about everyone else? Like Robin. Fans have been dying to see Robin come back to life on the big screen. The closest fans got to the real deal was in Chris Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. It was a “fun” Easter Egg at the end of the movie, […]
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Of the many horrifying things about Donald Trump’s inauguration speech, one of the weirdest was its similarity to the speech Bane makes in The Dark Knight Rises about taking power from the corrupt elites and returning it to the people. Show More Summary
After the internet lit up upon discovering that a line from Donald Trump's inaugural address was incredibly similar to Bane's speech in The Dark Knight Rises, the Trump-Bane comparisons went viral. The Hollywood Reporter asked two of Bane's creators — comic-book writer Chuck Nixon and artist Graham Nolan — if they'd ... More »
President Donald Trump’s 2017 inauguration speech has reminded people of the speech Bane delivers in “The Dark Knight Rises.” The speech, which was delivered on Friday, has a paragraph which is eerily similar to a portion of the speech given by the villain Bane in the 2012 Batman flick. Show More Summary
Trump's inaugural speech echoes Bane from The Dark Knight Rises. The post Trump Promises to Take Gotham Back From the Corrupt, the Rich, the Oppressors of generations…Wait, What? appeared first on RedState.
pic.twitter.com/dYECwneW1R - Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) January 20, 2017 President Donald Trump (yes, it's official) appeared before the country during his inauguration ceremony on Friday, and either his speech writers are giggling among themselves or someone is in trouble. Show More Summary
The president professed his love for the film in 2012 and came close to quoting the lead villain on Friday.
Side-by-side video comparison show that Donald Trump may have plagiarized part of his Inauguration speech from DC villain Bane in Dark Knight Rises.
Donald Trump invoked a number of popular culture references during his inauguration festivities this week, notably copping a line from Batman villain Bane in the 2012 movie “The Dark Knight Rises.” A number of observers, including Deadspin’s Timothy Burke, via...
The internet was quick to point out the similarities between Batman villain Bane’s speech from The Dark Knight Rises and Donald Trump’s inauguration speech. The excerpt concerned giving power back to the people. https://www.facebook.com/t… Read The post Trump’s Inauguration Speech Echoed Batman Villain Bane from ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ appeared first on Towleroad.
A small part of President Donald Trump's inaugural address may have sounded familiar to those who remember 2012's The Dark Knight Rises. As a side-by-side comparison by Deadspin's Timothy Burke points out, part of the new President's populist message was similar to what Bane told the people of Gotham after taking control of their city. Show More Summary
The 45th President of the United States channeled the villain from The Dark Knight Rises in his address. The post Trump May Have Quoted Bane in His Inaugural Speech appeared first on CBR.com.
In the 2012 Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises, the villain Bane, played by Tom Hardy, leads an uprising against the entrenched powers that be in Gotham City. He installs himself as the city's leader and expropriates the property of the wealthy. Show More Summary
Fans of Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises noticed very quickly that Donald Trump (accidentally) quoted the Batman villain Bane in his 2017 Inauguration speech. In his speech, the 70-year-old President said, about power, “giving it back to you, the people.” In The Dark Knight Rises, Bane, played by Tom Hardy, says, “we give it [...]
Comic book movies have become popular today for bringing larger than life characters to the big screen. However, it some cases there can be a price to pay for transforming one's self into somebody so over the top.
If only this Dark Knight-inspired LEGO playset were available in stores... The post The Dark Knight Rises in This Fan-Made LEGO Batman Set appeared first on CBR.com.
Almost five years ago, what should have been an escape to the movies for a group of people in Aurora, Colorado turned into a nightmare when a gunman opened fire in a theater showing The Dark Knight Rises. He killed 12 people and injured more, leaving a scar on the suburban community. Show More Summary
“A haunting, artfully understated critique of American gun culture,” Tim Sutton’s third feature is loosely based around the 2012 massacre in Aurora, Colorado that took place during a multiplex screening of The Dark Knight Rises. Employing...Show More Summary
Like 'The Dark Knight Rises' before it, Pixar and Disney's 'Cars 3' appears to be a riff on 'Rocky III.'