In The Dark Knight Rises and throughout the trilogy, we never hear of Dick Grayson, AKA Robin. Sure, Blake is insinuated as being a Robinesque character, but the former boy circus performer from other versions of Batman franchise never materialized. With no Robin, there’s no Nightwing. In this nice fan-made trailer, we see Brady Roberts… Continue reading #Video: Fan-made Nightwing trailer poses an interesting Batman sequel idea
There have been many complaints about Christian Bale’s use of “gruffy Batman voice” throughout the most recent Batman trilogy, but that’s exactly what helped him land the role in the first place according to director Christopher Nolan. He auditioned for both the role of Batman as well as Bruce Wayne and the way that he… Continue reading How Christian Bale won the role of Batman
Wouldn’t it be great to be Batman? Rich playboy by day. Gadget-toting crime-fighter by night. It’s the type of lifestyle that many would love to try out if only for a short time. His daytime job is the key to success. Being a rich playboy means having the tremendous amount of resources required to turn… Continue reading The cost of being Batman, 1939 vs 2013
Comic Con has been making headlines the past few weeks. At Comic Con, producers are known for releasing film, TV, and comic news of all sorts. The biggest piece of news to surface at this year’s event was the announcement of DC’s Superman/Batman film, set for 2015. Social media agencies have been going wild since… Continue reading Casting call for Batman: top 5 candidates for the new film
Let’s face it. Not every superhero can live the life of Bruce Wayne or Tony Stark. Some might even contend that if Peter Parker didn’t have to make a living, he could spend more time saving the world rather than doing the bidding of J. Jonah Jameson. Corporate sponsorship actually makes a lot of sense.… Continue reading To help with the cost of saving the world, superheroes should take on sponsors
The question has a pretty obvious answer. People would have been excited if Danny DeVito was the producer. Still, the funny folks at How It Should Have Ended put together a nice spoof commentary discussion between Superman and Batman, tied together by the presence of Dark Knight director and Man of Steel producer Christopher Nolan.… Continue reading Is Christopher Nolan the most appealing part about Man of Steel?
Okay… so it totally sucks that you do not have a Batmobile right? Nor do you have a right-hand man like Robin or a Butler…. Okay we get it… We can however, help you jazz up your vehicle with some batman flare and use your break lights to project the bat symbol… sound good?
It’s a shame that I didn’t see this until after Comicon was over. I might have attended had I known that this would be there. Every Batmobile displayed. Several of the actors, directors, and stunt directors who were part of the filming from the 60s television series through the end of the recent trilogy were… Continue reading Where can we get a hold of the Batmobile documentary?
It would be impossible for anyone other than a really rich person to be Batman. Sure, anyone who has the physical prowess and the willingness to train can be a strong fighter, but the gadgets, suits, vehicles, and overall systematic infrastructure that goes into maintaining the Batman presence requires money. Lots of it. This infographic… Continue reading It’s a good thing Bruce Wayne is rich…
There are two reasons to never watch trailers of movies that you already know you’re going to watch. You get to see things that make you worry that it won’t meet your expectations. In this case, it’s the last line of the trailer that acts as a stark reminder that Christian Bale, as talented of… Continue reading Dark Knight Rises trailer: “This isn’t a car”