You can't throw a rock (or a bulb of garlic, or a wooden stake) these days without hitting a sparkly, angsty, pale-faced teenage...
New photos and a video have been posted online of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises, but beware—potential spoilers loom ahead!
It seems as though not a week goes by lately where DC Comics doesn't do at least one thing that offends nearly everyone ... but especially women. This week, Judd Winick and Scott Lobdell add to the parade of questionable female characterizations with Catwoman and Starfire respectively.
Superheroes can't go around saving the world every waking moment. Same thing with supervillains—they need their downtime from trying to conquer the world as well. So what do they all do on their days off?
Who doesn't love a good crossover? Whether it's Batman facing off with a Predator or the Muppets dressed up like superheroes, there's something fun about dreaming of a world in which all our favorite fictional mythologies somehow blend together in a hilarious, improbable and sometimes just plain epic mesh.
Bruce Wayne isn't just a millionaire playboy; he's also Batman. And Batman isn't just Gotham's caped crusader; he's also a detective. But as we see in this video ... he's not a particularly good one.
Captain America: The First Avenger earned reasonably good reviews for star Chris Evans' charm and its retro look. But at least one team of animators believes it could be improved with a simple tweak at the end.
Do you think that Christopher Nolan's Batman films are truly bloody brilliant but are just a tad too dark? Do you miss the 'good old days' of the 1960s Batman series, with Adam West as a swinging Batman and when everything looked like a full-on kitch, psychedelic drug-induced dream? Do you believe Batman was much more fun back then?
Some new pics of what may be Batman's (Christian Bale) new Batcave in director Christopher Nolan's upcoming opus The Dark Knight Rises have found their way online. And Holy C**p Batman: it looks awesome.
Marvel has set the bar high when it comes to superhero team-up films, what with The Avengers ready to make superhero movie history next year, which leaves DC to play catch-up with its own strategy of combining big name characters into one film project.