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Promoting a movie can be hard work. Movie stars find themselves sitting in the same hotel room all day, looking at the same movie posters and being asked the same questions by a bunch of people who have been flown in from all over the world to pester them.
"What was it like working with so-and-so?" "Tell me about your character." "Any funny stories from the set?" "Who is your celebrity crush?" Zzzzzz. In this case, literally. Get More »
DVD commentary tracks are really hit or miss. Sure, sometimes you luck out and get one that's kind of fun and interesting, but most of the time, though, it's just some bored star droning on about nothing. All in all, it's no wonder that most people don't even bother listening to the commentary tracks.
If you're one of those people, though, we've got one commentary track that you seriously won't want to miss. Because where else are you going to get to hear about Michael Caine banging a muppet? Get More »
Gotham is under attack by the loathsome terrorist Bane (Tom Hardy), but luckily, Batman (Christian Bale) and Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) are there to suit up and punch back. As the last of Christopher Nolan's Batman films, "The Dark Knight Rises" promises to be action-packed and more hard-hitting than ever.
While we appreciate the willingness to limit the use of green screens in certain scenes (which means the use of real gas bombs and explosives), we're also thankful for the fashionable nod to great style. Bale and Hathaway don't just look good in their superhero duds and, let's be honest, that Alfred (Michael Caine) and Fox (Morgan Freeman) are dapper dudes.
Check out the latest Get the Goods for sweet looks similar to those in the film, as well as some killer superhero-inspired outfits.
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Christopher Nolan's Batman series will reach its zenith this weekend when the capper on the trilogy, "The Dark Knight Rises," blasts its way into the geekosphere.
All you need to do to rise to the occasion is to have watched the previous two films, "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight," about a thousand times like we have… or simply read our easily absorbed recap below.
Think of it as Reader's Digest, but with more grappling hooks. Get More »
IMAX cameras. Bat pods. Anne Hathaway in a tight leather outfit. Where does Christopher Nolan get those wonderful toys?
Nolan was behind Warner Bros.' hugely successful relaunch of the DC Comics icon, "Batman Begins," which proved a revelation after the cinematic devastation of "Batman & Robin." After the triumph of 2008's super-sequel "The Dark Knight" -- which garnered buckets of praise, a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, and north of a billion Bat Bucks -- a third and final chapter was inevitable. With all the key players back, it's about damn time "The Dark Knight Rises." Get More »
No, there's not going to be a "Harry Potter" and "Batman" crossover. At least not yet, anyway.
The name of the movie is "The Green Hornet," but everyone knows that the title character isn't the coolest costumed cat to appear in Michel Gondry's new flick.
That honor goes to Kato (Jay Chou), ostensibly the Green Hornet's driver and sidekick, but also a kung-fu badass capable of delivering the smackdown to evil wherever he finds it.
He's just the latest entrant in a lineup of superhero second bananas who shine as brightly as the guys they back up, so join us as we salute the guys behind the guys. Get More »
It isn't Joel and Ethan Coen's take on our favorite card-slinging X-man, but "Gambit," the 1966 British film of the same name, has funding and a director, reports Deadline.
Yes, we're bummed the two of the greatest living screenwriters still haven't sold out and penned the end all be all superhero film. But beggars can't be choosers, and this comedy caper remake has potential, too.
Crime Scene Pictures, a new studio with a humorously blunt name, will provide the dough and Michael Hoffman ("Station Agent," "One Fine Day") will direct. The film will shoot next spring in London. Get More »
Disney/Pixar's"Toy Story 3" was the biggest film of the year, racking up an impressive $414 million domestically and grabbing rave reviews that have the animated hit poised to make a run at a Best Picture Oscar. So what could Pixar possibly do to top it? Two words: Tow Mater.
The next sequel from the undisputed leader in animation is set to land next summer and now the new trailer for "Cars 2" has landed online and is poised to blow your doors off, anthropomorphic car style. Get More »
A sci-fi movie based on a Shakespeare play?
Hey, it's been done before -- remember "Forbidden Planet," the 1956 take on "The Tempest?" That was back when Leslie Nielsen was actually trying to be taken seriously as an actor.
Serious thespian types are certainly lined up for "Henry 5," a post-apocalyptic take on the Bard's "Henry V," including Michael Caine, Ray Winstone and Gerard Depardieu. Get More »