The Dark Knight is very probably the best superhero movie of all time and that has a lot to do with Joker being the best villain and Christopher Nolan being a fantastic director but it also has to do with... Michael Mann? Here’s a video from Glass Distortion that shows scenes from The Dark Knight next to scenes from…
When you think of mash-ups, I bet Chris Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy and Edgar Wright’s kinetic take on Scott Pilgrim vs. The World are not what you’d think of as easy bedfellows. And yet, as this brilliant trailer proves, they’re pretty bloody great together.
San Diego Comic-Con is getting nearer, and day by day we’re getting to see more of the exclusive goodies that will be available at the convention. Sometimes, they delight us. In this case, they scare the living bejeezus out of us.
Is there really any doubt that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight is the best Batman movie? Sure, arguments can be made for others but, with his second film, Nolan was able to strike a perfect balance of all things Batman, and thus anchor a legendary trilogy.
Film editor Miguel Branco has gone and taken most of the films adapted from DC Comic properties, and it makes them all look pretty good together, even if they’re not part of the same cinematic universe.
While out on publicity for his latest movie, The Knight of Cups, Christian Bale has expressed some second thoughts about his portrayal of Bruce Wayne/Batman for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy.
Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight came out almost eight years ago. That’s so long! But even though it’s box office dominance feels quaint by today’s standards, it’s still fantastic, and these posters will remind you why.
If you think the posters Mondo releases are cool, wait until you see the ones they can’t. For every poster that makes it to print, several alternate versions are canceled, for a slew of different reasons. Once a year, Mondo pulls back the curtain on its most beautiful failures.
One test of a good story is that it leaves you wanting more — but some movies really leave you wanting to know what happens right after they end. Which movie’s ending left you dying to see what happened in the next few minutes?
I mean sure, Medicom's new Dark Knight Joker is a wonderful little toy in and of itself - but even with that, it's the spot-on packaging really sells it.
Growing up outside of St. Louis, there was a Six Flags only a forty-minute drive away. You could look right off the highway and see the sprawling parking lot, the giant Ferris wheel, and the twisted metal of all the roller coasters. The most imposing snake-like construction was Batman: The Ride.
In what is quite possibly the most comprehensive look at the financial cost of being Batman, Movieclips Trailers analyzed the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy and compared Batman's gear to current market prices to come up with the definitive price it would take to be the dark knight. The final tally? $79,237,480.98.…
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Here's an Apple Maps parody that's absolutely hilarious: what if Batman used Apple Maps in The Dark Knight to find Rachel Dawes? Yeah, that wouldn't have been good. Siri would have sent Batman down wrong turns, parking lots and malls just to see everything get blown up.
Check out three brand new Dark Knight Rises clips, showing off all of your favorite citizens of Gotham — plus a few new ones as well. Watch Morgan Freeman show off his new Bat-wares, Anne Hathaway dance around as the sexy but kind of pissed Catwoman, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt get serious with Gary Oldman. Can't. Wait.
Exceptionally gifted designer Doğan Can Gündoğdu decided to go ahead and make his own opening titles for Chris Nolan's upcoming Batman movie. And we're all pretty thrilled with the end result.
Did Hans Zimmer pull inspiration for the infamous "Why So Serious" track in The Dark Knight from Francis Lai's score from the 1983 musical Edith Et Marcel? Take a listen to both and decide for yourself! [Thanks Jerome!]
A few weeks ago, there was a bat-rumor that Warner Bros. was freaking out over the public's reaction to Bane's muffled voice. Getting Chris Nolan to bend to studio will is a pretty difficult task, but this time it seems the studio has won. Bane apparently got a voice job.