This week, discover whether Max Schreck in “Batman Returns” was originally written as Harvey Dent!
The reinvigorated Oscar frontrunner reflects on his professional highs, from creating the Dark Knight’s signature whisper-voice to developing the look and character of Beetlejuice and more.
Guillermo Grispo assure that when the confrontation occurs, the Man of Steel won’t simply squash the Dark Knight “like a bug.”
The actor best known for playing Jon Snow revealed he would want to lighten the mood if he were cast as the Dark Knight.
The “Kingsman” director cites the recent success of Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” as a sign that audiences are ready for a different tone.
The actor, who played The Riddler in 1995’s Batman Forever, say’s he’d like to return to the franchise, although probably not in the same role.
The Batman director wonders how long filmmakers can use the same formula, saying, “Yes, we all know that superheroes are damaged individuals.”
Twenty-five years after the release of Tim Burton’s Batman, the actor remains “very secure” in his role as the Dark Knight.
Batman: The Complete Television Series disc problems have been fixed by Warner Bros., which will offer replacements with even more features.
Warner Bros. has debuted a clip comparing an original episode of Batman with the newly restored version from next week’s DVD and Blu-ray release.
The director recounts his experiences helming the Bat-franchise for two pictures, and addresses the controversial Batsuit nipples.
James Franco and friends create a video mashup of The Dark Knight and Beetlejuice for AOL’s Making a Scene series.