Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight came out almost eight years ago. That’s so long! But even though it’s box office dominance feels quaint by today’s standards, it’s still fantastic, and these posters will remind you why.
If you think the posters Mondo releases are cool, wait until you see the ones they can’t. For every poster that makes it to print, several alternate versions are canceled, for a slew of different reasons. Once a year, Mondo pulls back the curtain on its most beautiful failures.
One test of a good story is that it leaves you wanting more — but some movies really leave you wanting to know what happens right after they end. Which movie’s ending left you dying to see what happened in the next few minutes?
I mean sure, Medicom's new Dark Knight Joker is a wonderful little toy in and of itself - but even with that, it's the spot-on packaging really sells it.
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Check out three brand new Dark Knight Rises clips, showing off all of your favorite citizens of Gotham — plus a few new ones as well. Watch Morgan Freeman show off his new Bat-wares, Anne Hathaway dance around as the sexy but kind of pissed Catwoman, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt get serious with Gary Oldman. Can't. Wait.
Exceptionally gifted designer Doğan Can Gündoğdu decided to go ahead and make his own opening titles for Chris Nolan's upcoming Batman movie. And we're all pretty thrilled with the end result.
Did Hans Zimmer pull inspiration for the infamous "Why So Serious" track in The Dark Knight from Francis Lai's score from the 1983 musical Edith Et Marcel? Take a listen to both and decide for yourself! [Thanks Jerome!]
A few weeks ago, there was a bat-rumor that Warner Bros. was freaking out over the public's reaction to Bane's muffled voice. Getting Chris Nolan to bend to studio will is a pretty difficult task, but this time it seems the studio has won. Bane apparently got a voice job.
It's fairly well known that Chris Nolan doesn't like to include deleted scenes or a "gag reel" on his DVDs. But this video is stuffed with slightly different takes from his now-classic film The Dark Knight, along with a few new scenes.
Aw it's a wittle baby Joker! Don't you just want to pinch its cheeks and coo "why so serious?" at his creepy smeared lips? Let's hope this adorable Joker Doll inspires the internet masses to clamor for a Dark Knight Rises Baby Doll line. It can't be any worse than Baby Voldemort!
We waited with a herd of anxious Batman fans for the first public IMAX screening of the The Dark Knight Rises prologue that's running before Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol. It was seven minutes of action and intensity — with lots of good, and one big bad.
Last Saturday, Steve Buscemi's hosting stint on Saturday Night Live bore a delicious digital short. Watch as Buscemi and Andy Samberg take you inside the strange relationship between Commissioner Gordon and Batman. Plus, you get to see Aquaman's junk! Sort of!
Last night, Community launched an epic foosball battle that was so intense it turned Jeff and Shirley into screaming Anime figures (complete with hyper speed lines and a random kitty)! Plus last night also marked the return of Abed's take on The Dark Knight. So much amazing in one package. Seriously folks, let's…
I don't know about you, but I found the truck chase in The Dark Knight to be the film's high-octane centerpiece. Jim Emerson was less enamored of it and made a meticulous, 20-minute critique explaining the scene's many flaws. Namely, the chase's disjointed characters close-ups and off-kilter editing. He does bring…
Loki terrorizes Cleveland, in set pictures from The Avengers. New teasers will make you hunger for The Walking Dead. And finally, some hints at when Peter Bishop will return to Fringe.
Zachary Quinto has a totally off-the-wall speculation about what could happen in the next Star Trek. In the True Blood season finale, Sookie steps up at last. Plus, massive set footage shows the havocWorld War Z will wreak on Philly.Plus more are available over at…
Here's the first official still from the TV pilot based on Powers, the comic-book police procedural set in a world of superheroes. There have been a lot of attempts to create a successful superhero show on television lately, but this could be the one that hits.