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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
Knight Frank this week released its quarterly Global Cities Index, which measures rising house prices in major cities around the world. The survey covers the second quarter of the year, April-June. It measures how much higher average...Show More Summary
Vampirella is getting revamped as a new series launching in February 2017, from writer Paul Cornell and artist Jimmy Broxton, who previously teamed for DC's Knight and Squire and Vertigo’s Saucer Country. Continue reading…
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.
Regardless of your stance on the Christoper Nolan-helmed Batman series, I think we can all admit that the vehicles employed by Batman in the Dark Knight trilogy are excellent. The Tumbler is amazing. The flying machine simply called The Bat saved Gotham from certain doom. And the Batpod motorcycle took over when the Tumbler was disabled, and it's...
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.
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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
Prop Store is auctioning off one of the six Batpod motorcycles that were made for and used in The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises. It’s in display-only setup and is slightly damaged, but this one-of-a-kind ride is expected to fetch at least $80,000.
If you saw The Dark Knight or The Dark Knight Rises, then you no doubt remember the Batpod – the fat-tired motorcycle on which Batman tore through the streets of Gotham. Well, if you're a true fan (and a rich one), you'll soon have the chance to own it for yourself. Show More Summary
In an era when it feels like there's a mass shooting in the news every other week, it's hard to stretch your mind back all the way to 2012, when a gunman killed 12 people and wounded 70 during a screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado. It was a horrific incident that confronted... Continue reading
Cinderella and Four Knights actress Park So Dam recently gave a tell-all interview about her journey to becoming one of K-Drama’s stars on the rise. The 24-year-old actress recalled what inspired her to get into acting and some of her early roadblocks to becoming a Korean drama star at The Medici 2016, a cultural event... Show More Summary
The Dark Knight Rises is arguably the weakest installment of Christopher Nolan‘s Batman trilogy, but star Joseph Gordon-Levitt thinks there’s one thing the movie got very, very right. In a recent interview, the actor praised the last...Show More Summary
Joseph Gordon-Levitt thinks filmmaker Christopher Nolan had the perfect ending to The Dark Knight Rises, as opposed to the never-ending MCU.
The "Dark Knight Rises" star articulately breaks down how the film differs from DC and Marvel's cinematic universes. The post Gordon-Levitt Says Dark Knight Rises’ Ending Is Perfect appeared first on CBR.com.
From the very beginning of The Dark Knight Rises' production, director Christopher Nolan made it very clear that he was constructing the movie as a finale.