An intriguing new image has been released for “Man of Steel,” next summer’s eagerly anticipated Superman movie. Unlocked by fans in anticipation of tomorrow’s DVD and Blu-Ray release of “The Dark Knight Rises,” the image features Superman as portrayed by Henry Cavill in full costume, but with a surprising accessory… Handcuffs.
Look for “Man of Steel” to soar into theaters on June 14, 2013.
Can’t get enough of the epic conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy? Then download THE DARK KNIGHT RISES: PROLOGUE app from DC Comics, sponsored by Nokia and available on Nokia Windows Phone devices. The app features an exclusive motion-comic from writer Joshua Williamson and artist Jorge Jimenez that serves as a prologue to THE DARK KNIGHT RISES film. The app also include social media share options and links to other apps tied to the film.
Unless you've been living on Mars, in a cave (not the Bat kind), with your eyes shut and fingers in your ears, you probably know that "The Dark Knight Rises"—the long-awaited, highly anticipated finale to director Christopher Nolan's Batman epic—hits theaters tomorrow, July 20.
Earlier today, we reminded you that comic book shops across North America will be distributing a free BATMAN comic book tomorrow in anticipation of this weekend’s highly-anticipated release of "THE DARK KNIGHT RISES" in theaters and IMAX ®.
Last month, we told you that in anticipation of “THE DARK KNIGHT RISES” opening in theaters and IMAX ® on Friday, July 20, comic book shops across North America will be distributing a free comic book to celebrate the film’s highly-anticipated arrival. More than 500,000 copies of this free BATMAN comic book will be handed out tomorrow on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tonight, DC Entertainment President, Diane Nelson was escorted by New York Times bestselling writer Neil Gaiman to The Dark Knight Rises premiere in New York City. Gaiman will be returning to the world of The Sandman with a new mini-series to be published by Vertigo in 2013.
The venom-fueled villain Bane cemented his place in comic book history with one devastating act that crippled Batman, forcing him to surrender the cape and cowl. On July 20, the man who broke the Bat breaks onto the big screen in director Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated film "The Dark Knight Rises."