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The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Directing one of the most anticipated films of the year, Christopher Nolan returns to Gotham to complete his Batman film trilogy, which launched with the acclaimed Batman Begins and then broke box office records around the world with the billion dollar blockbuster The Dark Knight. Christian Bale once again stars as Bruce Wayne/Batman, leading an all-star international cast. Joining the ensemble are: Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman; Tom Hardy, as the villainous Bane; Marion Cotillard as Miranda Tate; and Joseph Gordon-Levitt as John Blake. Reprising their roles, Michael Caine plays Alfred; Gary Oldman is Commissioner Gordon; and Morgan Freeman returns as Lucius Fox.
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Playlist: The Dark Knight Trilogy
The Forbidden Love of Batman and Catwoman
Every relationship has its obstacles. It can be distance, communication, or meddling relatives, but for Batman and Catwoman, it’s a bit more complicated. Batman catches criminals,...
The Black Knights: Meet the Black Heroes of Gotham City
The Next Batman has officially arrived. Between DC Future State, John Ridley’s upcoming The Next Batman limited series, and his just debuted The Next Batman:...
Binging the Bat: HBO Max Adds New Batman Titles to its Lineup
Here’s some good news: HBO Max now has a lot more Batman shows and movies available for streaming than ever before, with the service freshly adding some of the very best...
Enter the DC Universe in the Warner Bros. Studio Tour's Newest Exhibit
You still have to be a member of the Bat-Family to get a look at the actual Batcave. But starting this month, guests who embark on the Hollywood version of the Warner Bros. Studio...
ASK...THE QUESTION: What is Bane's Ethnicity?
“When did Lex Luthor first encounter Supergirl?”
“Why does Wonder Woman have an Invisible Jet when she can fly?”
“What’s the story with that giant penny in the...
The Mantle of Batman is a Legacy
Since his debut, Batman has become a true cultural icon. Only a few fictional characters are treated with such reverence when a new actor is signed on to portray them.