Now's your chance to glimpse a rare relic from one of the most acclaimed performances in comic book movie history.
Christopher Nolan’s acclaimed Dark Knight trilogy may be over, but that doesn’t mean the most beloved entry in the trilogy can escape the wrath of the nitpickers.
Despite some recent box office success, the Batman franchise was a creative mess when Christopher Nolan stepped in to reboot the whole thing with Batman Begins in 2005. But, did you know he wasn't even thinking of a sequel when he shot the flick's Joker-teasing finale?
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.
Need a good chuckle to get through your dull Monday? Just try to keep a straight face as you watch this hilarious, six-minute superclip of Hollywood's best sinister snickers from memorable sci-fi, fantasy and horror flicks.
Most comic geeks know Bat-chicks Barbara Gordon and Cassandra Cain. But Stephanie Brown? There's little love for the third Batgirl. As tribute to the blonde brawler, adoring fans assembled this awesome teaser for a webseries. Does she deserve the spotlight? You bet your cowl.
Cat got your tongue? Julie Newmar's never had that problem. The outspoken actress, best known for playing Catwoman number one in the 1960s Batman series, is giving her two cents on Christopher Nolan's trilogy.
It's one of the most high-profile action roles in history, and the part of Batman has been played by quite a few folks over the years. But who almost made the cut as the Dark Knight in all those Bat-flicks—but didn't?
As the legendary film critic celebrates his 70th birthday today, we're going to celebrate the intelligence and depth with which he wrote about some of film's most enduring works of fantastic cinema.
As the climactic chapter of Christopher Nolan's Bat-trilogy approaches, a handful of Hollywood's most accomplished genre filmmakers look back at The Dark Knight and how it signaled a tectonic shift in how superhero movies could be made ... and received.