Usually we see our favorite sci-fi stars at work battling zombies, robots, vampires, orcs and even Predators, but sometimes their heroics cross over into real life.
So you think that the team that brought us the Dark Knight trilogy is going its separate ways now that the saga has ended? Think again.
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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!
Most everything we've seen from The Dark Knight Rises to this point has shown off the drama and action we can expect from Christopher Nolan's final Batman flick—but a new trailer shows off the lighter side of Bruce Wayne.
Christopher Nolan's take on Batman has been lauded for a lot of reasons, one of which is its grounded realism, despite being based on a comic book hero. But, it seems that ultra-realistic Bat-outfit doesn't work exactly like in the comics, and it nearly knocked star Christian Bale out cold while filming The Dark Knight Rises.
With the world all in a tizzy overThe Avengers, leave it to Christopher Nolan to try and steal some of Thor's thunder with this, the third and final theatrical trailer for Christian Bale's third and final Batman film. Are you ready for one more trip into Gotham City?
Hot on the heels of the jaw-dropping and totally freakin' awesome The Dark Knight Rises trailer come new high-def pics of the caped crusader, played by Christian Bale, and his new, mortal enemy, Bane (Tom Hardy).
Fair warning: It's not an "official" version—word on the street is that the HD trailer will hit Apple on Tuesday and we'll swap in the real deal as soon as possible—but if you want a slightly shaky look at Bane's big entrance, Selina Kyle's slink and Christian Bale's final time in the cape and cowl, click on through.
While in China to promote his upcoming period drama The Flowers of War, Christian Bale took it upon himself to try and visit a political detainee—a blind lawyer who stood up against the government's abusive family-planning practices—and was beaten for his trouble.