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.…
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.
You know how awesome Superman looked? Anne Hathaway's Catwoman is like the opposite of that. Like, seriously what the heck. Does she have on 3D glasses? Where's the sexy? Where's the cat?! Where's the woman!?
It's finally here! The first ever official look at Chris Nolan's final Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, is out in this striking teaser poster. It promises a dark day for Gotham City.
After releasing The Dark Knight and Inception as iPhone apps, Warner Bros. is breaking even more new ground by releasing The Dark Knight on Facebook. It costs 30 Facebook Credits ($3) to rent the movie for 48 hours from the official Facebook page. It can be watched full-screen, but also lets viewers use Facebook at…
Interestingly, Warner Bros has released The Dark Knight and Inception as downloadable apps on the iPhone. It starts as a free app with a 5-minute preview and extra features and becomes a full movie with an in-app purchase ($10, $12 respectively, you can choose whether to download or stream).
Starting with Shrek Forever After, three AMC theaters in New York will begin selling $20 adult movie tickets on their IMAX screens. Even for a loose-moneyed film buff like me, that's just too much. UPDATE
Somehow I can't picture a rugged, tattooed and bearded biker squeezing into this officially licensed Dark Knight armor replica. More like Comic Book Guy riding on a moped.
There are only three movies in the category, but the competition should be fierce. Should the Oscar go to the Dark Knight, Iron Man or the Curious Case of Benjamin Button?
We're not gonna deny it—we love special effects. It ranks right up there with plot and concept as the reason why we go see movies.
We talk about Batman a lot in these parts, but with 200 men an women signed up in the World Superhero Registry, his time in the
dim light may be over.
Chris Nolan just hosted the live, on-demand substitute for a Dark Knight commentary track last night. So why was I left unsatisfied after squinting at my TV for two and a half hours?
Warner Bros has been trying some pretty cool, experimental stuff with their first BD Live movie, The Dark Knight. And now, that list includes watching the movie with Christopher Nolan.
I don't claim to think that I can in any way influence your purchase of The Dark Knight on Blu-ray ($24) or DVD ($15/$21). In fact, I don't really want to. I couldn't care less if you buy it, rent it or stomp any loose copies you spot at the store.