To say that I am eagerly anticipating Batman Live, the stage show in which Robin's origin is told through Cirque du Soleil-esque theatrics and horrifying moments where the Joker's teeth and eyes come to life, is a bit of an understatement. I've wanted front row tickets for this thing ev
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark may have broken the hearts of superhero-loving theater goers with its uninspired take on New York's webslinging photographer, but American audiences are in for a delightfully insane consolation prize. Batman Live, the live-action stage show that's been touring arenas in L
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I'm not going to lie, you guys: I'm getting more and more excited about Batman Live, the live-action stage show making its debut in England this month, with every piece of news that comes out about it. Mostly because ever
While American audiences are going to have to wait a full year for it to cross the Atlantic, the UK opening of Batman Live is a mere two months away! And that means that it's time for the marketing to start in earnest. As spotted on DC Women Kicking
A handful of promotional photos from the Batman Live: World Arena Tour were released on the event's official Facebook page Tuesday morning, revealing what Batman, Robin, The Joker, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, The Riddler, The Penguin and Poison Ivy will look like in the forthcoming theatrical show. Launching in the UK this
Batman Live just got some serious superhero writing cred. Today Warner Bros. Consumer Products, DC Entertainment and Water Lane Productions Ltd. announced that Allan Heinberg (Young Avengers, Wonder Woman), Stan Berkowitz (the animated The Batman,