Poor 'Justice League.' It just can't catch a break. When news broke that Warner Bros. wanted their own version of Marvel's 'The Avengers' to hit the big screen, fans of the DC universe were in hysterics, but the project has been seesawing back and forth between "Yah, we will make it" and "Nah, it's dead." Now, the biggest report we've heard so far, referring of course to Christ
We're going to pretend all of these people are hilarious and not morons. When the 2013 Super Bowl was delayed by a power outage, most people took it as a chance to actually talk to the people at their football party. These people decided to make jokes on Twitter that the half hour of darkness was actually 'The Dark Knight Rises' villain Bane's fault.
While 'The Avengers' may have opened in theaters before director Christopher Nolan's epic conclusion to the 'Batman' trilogy, 'The Dark Knight Rises' is by far the better movie.In the eternal battle between Marvel and DC superheros, Nolan and his cast are the clear victors in this round. Don't believe us? Read on for the top five reasons why 'The Dark Knight' wins the victor's laurel wreath.
'The Dark Knight Rises' hits DVD and Blu-ray on December 4th (just in time for the holidays!) and a few early copies have leaked in advance of the official release. One of the behind-the-scenes documentaries included on the discs shows off some behind-the-scenes photos of Tom Hardy as Bane plus some concept art on what Bane almost looked like.
'The Dark Knight Rises' may be gone from theaters but that doesn't mean that we're not getting new posters. Or at least getting old posters. As the film prepares to hit Blu-ray and DVD next month and a potential Oscar push, we get a rare look today at three 'Dark Knight Rises' posters that were never actually used in the film's marketing campaign.
Clouds gathered above the Aurora cinema after Sunday night’s vigil for the victims in the tragic ‘Dark Knight Rises‘ shooting, believed to be shaped like an angel. Crystal Fuller snapped a photo of clouds and wrote on Facebook:
“I took this picture last night after I left the vigil…Looks like an Angel in the clouds above Century 16. Touching!”
Sometimes in the wake of a tragic event, the only thing a person can do is just throw caution to the wind and continue to live life.
That is exactly what 16-year-old Justin Davis did – after less than a day since narrowly escaping the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting, the hardcore Batman fanatic got himself back in front of the big screen at another Colorado theater to finish ‘The Dark Knight Ris