Anyone familiar with the career of Christopher Nolan is aware of the Dark Knight director's fondness for the ultra high fidelity IMAX film format, in which he shot over one hour of his new Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. As such, attendees of midnight IMAX presentations of the film will
Warner Bros. in partnership with Nokia have released a new full-length trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, the third and final Batman film by Christopher Nolan. The clip, which you can see below, features previously released footage along with a number of new shots and dialogue and a thrilling piece of music by Hans Zimmer to create the most exciting -- and indeed, most humorous -- trailer we've seen yet for the film.
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The most recent Batman film, The Dark Knight, rode to tremendous commercial and critical success due in large part to Heath Ledger's Academy Award-winning reinvention of Bob Kane, Fill Finger and Jerry Robinson's iconic DC Comics villain, The Joker. Ledger died of an accidental overdose of
On sale now, the newest issue of Empire continues the film magazine's reporting from behind the scenes of The Dark Knight Rises, the final film in director Christopher Nolan's Batman cycle. This time, the filmmaker confesse
Although I'll be damned if I can find it, we're reliably informed by Batman News that one of the teaser banners released last week in support of The Dark Knight Rises came with a hidden QR code that, when scanned, directed visitors to the film's official website and yet another poster for the new Batman film, this one featuring Catwoman. Or at least, Catwoman's stiletto heel. Check out the full image below, as well as some additional images and video.
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Warner Bros. concludes a weeklong promotional blitz of television commercials and cinema posters with two more banners in support of The Dark Knight Rises, the new Batman film by Christopher Nolan. The latest images contin
Yes, yes, Avengers: You've had your day, being much-beloved and breaking box office records and everything. But this summer superhero movie showdown is only getting started, as Warner Bros. is pati
Following two characteristically chilling teaser images, Warner Bros. has released the first theatrical poster for The Dark Knight Rises, the new Christopher Nolan film based on the Batman character originally created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. The poster maintains the series' tradition of displaying the Batman symbol in violently whimsical ways, and