Is Christopher Nolan's last Bat-flick the threequel we wanted, or the threequel we deserve?
From The Dark Knight Rises to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Star Trek Into Darkness - filmmakers have gone out of their way to keep fans in the dark. Is that a good thing?
Director Christopher Nolan managed something almost impossible in the modern Internet era: he kept the ending of The Dark Knight Rises a secret until the movie came out. How did he do it?
The folks at the BBC set out to name the greatest film score according to fans, and wouldn’t you know it, a sci-fi classic took the top prize.
You know how just about ever sci-fi trailer these days try to play up the “epic-ness” of the story? This is what happens when you chop them into a 6+ minute masterpiece of intensity.
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.