Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road", "The Dark Knight Rises") is ready to board another big-screen comic book franchise. The actor has been chosen to star as Eddie Brock aka the villain Venom in the... For more, visit our blog !
Tom Hardy, who previously portrayed Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, is joining the Marvel Universe as a different supervillain with weird stuff on his face.
Variety is reporting that Tom Hardy, who played Bane in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, will next play another iconic comic book villain, Venom. The frequent Spider-Man villain is getting his own film next year, which will be directed by Ruben Fleischer, who made Zombieland. Read more...
The Dark Knight rises... in time to get to Citi Field to apologize to his teammates for going AWOL.
By Maggie Mae Fish Published: May 03rd, 2017
The Dark Knight Rises star reportedly chased down a moped thief in southwest London, climbing walls like Batman himself. The post Bane Actor Tom Hardy Turns Superhero to Stop Thief appeared first on CBR.
Are you ready for the moment when Gotham returns, Batman begins, and a Dark Knight rises? If not, you's better get ready, as the new teaser for the Spring Premiere of Fox's Bat-prequel is riddled with Easter eggs from the movies -- as...Show More Summary
While most fans will say that The Dark Knight is the best movie, CBR takes a look at 15 reasons why Rises is the better Batman film. The post 15 Reasons The Dark Knight Rises Is The Best Of Nolan’s Batman Trilogy appeared first on C...
Wisecrack convincingly argues that the Nolan brothers bit off way more than they could chew for the Dark Knight trilogy’s finale. Despite being nearly 3 hours long, the movie didn’t have enough time to be both a remake of A Tale of Two Cities and a conclusion to the trilogy.
Batman's on a mission to unite Earth's heroes as the Justice League in the new film's latest teaser video. The post Affleck’s Dark Knight Rises in Batman-Themed Justice League Promo appeared first on CBR.
By Dan burns Here's another excerpt from my TV sitcom series, “Saving Zero." My writing partners are Sandra Williams, theater director and Artist in Residence with the Oklahoma Arts Council, and Robert Reynolds from the Actors Studio, NYC. We’ve outlined...
Hushme is a mask that looks like the one Bane wore in The Dark Knight Rises. It also looks like something they would slap on a serial killer so he doesn’t bite you. However, it’s actually…
Hushme is a mask that resembles the one Bane wears in The Dark Knight Rises, but is actually used to silence the wearer’s voice for phone privacy in public places. The device covers the wearer’s mouth and covers up the sound of their voice with “masking sounds” that can be selected and customized from the […]
The Best Events From March 1-June 6 by Stranger Things To Do Staff Note: Some parts of this article are not optimized for the mobile app and will open in a new web browser. MARCH 1 Dark Night In 2012, viewers of The Dark Knight Rises were gunned down by James Holmes in an Aurora cinema. Show More Summary
While Suicide Squad may not have been the most beloved film of 2016, it still managed to snag an Oscar at last night’s Oscars ceremony, making it an objectively better movie than, say, The Dark Knight Rises. Kidding. Okay, in all seriousness,...Show More Summary
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, […]
Looper takes a look at a handful of films that were nearly destroyed by one bad scene. They dig up scenes from The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar, and The Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition. Related Laughing Squid PostsBreaking Wars! Star Bad! – Star Wars / Breaking Bad Mashups on Photoshop Phriday‘2014: A Year in Movies’, […]
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