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.'
Tom Hardy is out of character. The 39-year-old Englishman became famous by playing intense, often frightening men: the titular convict in Bronson, the psychotic Kray twins in Legend, the backbreaker Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, and Fitzgerald in The Revenant, who left a grizzly-maimed Leonardo DiCaprio to die in ... More »
The trailer for the 2017 reboot of The Mummy is, unsurprisingly, pretty standard franchise fare: There’s an opening action set piece (straight out of The Dark Knight Rises), then a tiny smattering of plot (semi-empowered female sidekick,...Show More Summary
Not since Anne Hathaway's Catwoman costume in Dark Knight Rises have we seen the actress in such a form-fitting ensemble. On Friday afternoon, the 34-year-old Oscar winner was turning heads on the set of Ocean's Eight in New York City, when she stepped out in a tight, cleavage-baring burgundy dress, a matching leather jacket and nude heels. Show More Summary
Marion Cotillard finally opens up about her much criticized death scene as Talia al Ghul in The Dark Knight Rises.
Image via Warner Bros. There’s no doubt that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight was an amazing film — one that managed to become both a critical and mainstream sensation. It was The Godfather Part II of comic book movies, and no matter what followed, it would have had a hard time living up to that performance. Show More Summary
Great actors become great actors by doing one great scene after another. However, nobody is ever entirely perfect. Marion Cotillard is a great actress. However, when people think of her, they often think of her death scene from The Dark Knight Rises which is less great.
After appearances in "Batman Returns" and "The Dark Knight Rises," it looks as if Selina Kyle will sit this film out. The post Ben Affleck’s Batman Movie (Probably) Won’t Include Catwoman appeared first on CBR.com.
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Suspension of disbelief has its limits, and movies like The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises have such ridiculous plot elements that viewers can't help but be put off by these oversights. Let's start with The Avengers- why did Loki...Show More Summary
The Bat-equipment used by Christian Bale netted over $600,000 combined, and Bane's costume took in six-figures. The post Dark Knight Rises Batsuit, Batpod Net Record-Setting Auction Bids appeared first on CBR.com.
First introduced in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, the Batpod is without doubt one of the coolest vehicles we've ever seen Batman use on the silver screen. It's so cool, in fact, that many a superhero fan would surely love to own their very own version of the motorcycle, regardless...
A midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises ended in tragedy several years ago. The legal battle over the events of that night have continued since then, however, it now appears that they are coming to an end.
In 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises, Anne Hathaway reinvigorated the Catwoman character for a new generation, following the mixed reviews Halle Berry received for her version of the frisky feline in 2004’s Catwoman. Sadly, Hathaway hasn’t returned to that role since her first outing, but that may change, if Anne gets her way. Show More Summary
Anne Hathaway loved playing Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises, but doesn't think her character can exist in the DCEU.
Yes, the wise and wonderful Christopher Nolan always intended "Batman Begins," "The Dark Knight," and "The Dark Knight Rises" to be the entirety of the "Dark Knight" trilogy. 'Cause, you know, trilogy means three. But come on. It ended just as Joseph Gordon-Levitt's John Blake stepped into the Batcave! That was his beginning. Show More Summary