While Christian Bale wants audiences to interpret ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ ending for themselves, he doesn’t think it was a dream.
The actor thought he screwed up his audition by using the controversial voice. Plus, he looks forward to seeing what Ben Affleck will do as Batman.
Plus, see Aaron Eckhart and Tom Hardy’s early makeup test photos from The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, in stores today.
The director and Warner Bros. president Jeff Robinov discuss how this blockbuster trilogy finally got off the ground after years of development.
Amy Adams stepped in for the actor’s screen test before he won this coveted role in director Christopher Nolan’s trilogy.
This six-disc set will feature all three of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies, along with hours of new special features.
Warner Bros. has registered domain names such as ArkhamUniverse.com, which may be for a new movie or video game.
Take a look at the what the actors had to say about making the infamous fight scene from Christopher Nolan’s Batman finale.
Producer Emma Thomas and Anne Hathaway discuss what went into portraying Selena Kyle in this behind-the-scenes video from the Blu-ray.
Take a look at how Tom Hardy transformed into Bane, plus get an early look at the villain’s iconic mask in Christopher Nolan’s Batman finale.
Break down this memorable sewer fight scene between Christian Bale and Tom Hardy before the Blu-ray and DVD debut December 4th.
These three one-sheets were created for the theatrical run of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman finale, but were never used.
All six Batmobiles and the Batpod will be on display starting Saturday, October 27 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
This 90-second video highlights some of the special features included on the highly-anticipated Blu-ray and DVD release, debuting December 4th.
Warner Bros. has also announced plans to released ‘The Dark Knight Trilogy Gift Set’ on December 4 with all three Batman blockbusters.
Director Christopher Nolan’s Batman finale will also come in a limited edition ’broken cowl’ collector’s set.
The final installment of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD just in time for the holidays.
‘Total Recall’ takes second place with $26 million, followed by ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days’ at $14.7 million.
Do the likes of ‘Total Recall’ or ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days’ have what it takes to take down the Batman finale?
Director Christopher Nolan’s Batman finale took in $8.7 million yesterday, bringing its domestic total to $304 million.