Designs for costumes, characters, the Batmobile and gadgets revealed for Darren Aronofsky’s proposed superhero film Batman: Year One.
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Val Kilmer dressed as Batman once again in a hilarious scene from Life’s Too Short, but his costumed appearance didn’t go quite as he expected.
A new rumor contends Warner Bros.’ planned Batman reboot film might be pushed back even further because of Justice League‘s production delays and the success Man of Steel.
During a conference call with investors, Time Warner’s chief financial officer confirmed the third installment of Warner Bros.’ blockbuster Batman Arkham video game franchise will be released later this year.
Warner Bros. continues to open up the ’60s Batman TV series to collectibles by announcing partnerships with NECA, Funko, Mezco and Mattel.
The CW President Mark Pedowitz reveals that Batman is still off-limits for live-action television, meaning he won’t be getting his own Smallville-like series or hanging out with Oliver Queen on Arrow.
Michael Caine details the backstory he created for Alfred Pennyworth in the Batman trilogy that received the stamp of approval from director Christopher Nolan.
News of a Mattel toy line based on the 1960s Batman television series suggests Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox have finally come to an agreement about the rights to the show. Can DVD collections be far behind?
Marion Cotillard, who repeatedly lied about her role in The Dark Knight Rises, insists she would do it all over again. Warning: Spoilers?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is rumored to have signed a deal to appear as Batman in Warner Bros.’ long-developing Justice League film, fueling speculation about a possible cameo in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
The Master director Paul Thomas Anderson reveals he admires Christopher Nolan’s ability to combine “the highest level of artistic skill and a kind of commerciality” with his Batman movies.
Warner Premiere and DC Entertainment have released the first trailer for Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Part 2, the animated adaptation of the seminal 1986 miniseries by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. The direct-to-DVD movie arrives early next year.