Though Batman prides himself on the fact that he doesn’t typically kill anyone, Patton Oswalt (as the Penguin!) has a bone to pick with him.
A Friday dose of cosplay adorableness so you can start off your weekend with a smile.
Wanna know the endings of all of 2012's biggest flicks without actually watching them?
Check out some strange Dark Knight Rises promo posters that never made it out of development.
Ever since the ambiguous ending of The Dark Knight Rises, rumors have been swirling that Joseph Gordon-Levitt might show up in Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman flick Man of Steel.
We just love the guys at CinemaSins with their awesomely cool (and hilarious) videos that show us everything wrong with some of the hit movies we've seen this past year, including The Amazing Spider-Man and The Avengers. Unsurprisingly, they've now set their lofty sights on The Dark Knight Rises.
We already know which TV shows were the most pirated of the year, but what about movies? A lot of sci-fi hits made the cut for 2012, but first place will definitely surprise you.
We've all heard that Christopher Nolan was never too keen to include the character of Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, in his Dark Knight trilogy. So it's pretty interesting to see how the character evolved during the development phase. Want to see the Catwoman that could have been?
With only a few weeks left until the end of 2012, it's time for everyone to reflect back on the year in entertainment. One editor decided to do it with a supercut, and her seven-minute montage that ties together more than 300 of the year's releases is a reminder that this was a huge year for genre flicks.
Seems everything's coming up in Danish bricks these days. Now, to add to its universal domination, here's an amazing Bat-Trailer served up LEGO-style, just as you like it.