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Who is the most purr-fect Catwoman in cinema history? Film.com believes there are only two possible contenders: Anne Hathaway of "The Dark Knight Rises" and Michelle Pfeiffer of "Batman Returns." Meow!
Should "American Bullsh**" be allowed to actually be called "American Bullsh**"? Moviefone makes the argument that movie titles should be permitted to contain vulgar language (as long as they keep those handy asterisks).
When there isn't anything loud and shiny like the Joker to provide distractions, the cracks definitely start to show in Gotham. SlashFilm lists 15 things that bothered them about "The Dark Knight Rises." (SPOILERS)
Holy Physical Therapy, Batman! Is Bruce Wayne's particular healing method in "The Dark Knight Rises" both sound and proper? Vulture asks a doctor to find out whether the Caped Crusader's healing powers are, indeed, superhuman. (SPOILERS)
Hopefully, the second time's the charm. Hollywire reports that "Sin City" star Nick Stahl is alive and well after missing for a month upon dropping out of rehab — and is ready to give clean and sober another shot.
Sam is six years old. He loves turtles, frogs, and comic books ... and he has acute myeloid leukemia. Find out about Superheroes For Sam, a photo project created to show him undisputed proof of the huge online community wishing him strength.