It's hard to imagine anyone other than Christian Bale as Christopher Nolan's Batman, but as we all know, lots of other folks were up for the role at the time. One intrepid YouTube-er has taken it upon himself to imagine how the audition process might have gone, and put together this hilarious fake audition tape showing everyone from Clint Eastwood to Adam Sandler reading for the title role.
For The Dark Knight Rises, Batman got a little air superiority in the form of a sleek Lucius Fox invention called "The Bat." The vehicle's got a big role to play in Batman's latest adventure, but according to an expert military researcher, the thing probably wouldn't even get off the ground.
Already saw the Dark Knight Rises? Twice? You still want more? Well, yeah, us, too. And it looks like that something more might just be the adaptation of Frank Miller's classic Dark Knight Returns.
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Do you love superheroes? Of course you do. Do you love unlikely mash-ups of superheroes with large sea creatures? Well, if you didn't before, you will now. Thanks to one intrepid artist, we get to see what some of our favorite DC and Marvel characters look like as manatees.
Think you have the right stuff to fill the Caped Crusader's Teflon-fiber tights? You should probably think again, because doing so would cost you some serious coin. This infographic proves crime may not pay but fighting it can leave you totally broke.
After three Batman movies, actor Christian Bale may have donned his cowl and cape for the last time as the caped crusader in The Dark Knight Rises. But that doesn't mean he's not interested to see what the next guy will do with the famous character. Au contraire!
Though he'll likely continue to be asked to look back at his wildly popular Batman trilogy, Christopher Nolan seems to have already written his moving final word on the Dark Knight, and you can read it right now.
With Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy complete, fans are chomping at the bit to know what's coming next. Well, a few low-budget filmmakers got tired of wondering—and they've put together this Nightwing short to keep us entertained.
The release of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises has been accompanied by a massive official marketing machine driven by trailers, virals, action figures and, of course, posters. But even as Warner Bros. rolled out its promotional imagery, talented fans were cooking up their own interpretations of the final installment in the Dark Knight trilogy, and the results are stunning.