Jonathan Nolan explains why he thinks the open-ended conclusion of The Dark Knight Rises is important, and why he and brother Christopher Nolan decided to include Robin.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group has at last revealed the details for the Dec. 4 Blu-ray and DVD release of director Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
Warner Bros. has announced that director Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises will be available on Blu-ray and DVD and for digital download on Dec. 3. Expect more details soon.
Contrary to earlier rumors it appears as if fans of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman series won’t get an extended edition of The Dark Knight Rises on Blu-ray. Instead, they’ll have to be satisfied with the version they saw in theaters.
Rumors suggest The Dark Knight Rises director’s cut and Blu-ray will include Bane origin scene and more footage of Liam Neeson as Ra’s al Ghul.
The holiday weekend gave Marvel’s The Avengers and Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight Rises the chance to surpass $1.5 billion and $1 billion worldwide, respectively.
After one week at the top, The Bourne Legacy falls to the second spot as Lionsgate’s The Expendables 2 wins the North American box office with a $28.75 million opening weekend.
The Dark Knight Rises co-star Joseph Gordon-Levitt discusses the possibility of returning for another Batman movie. “I always choose scripts the same way,” he says. “If it’s a great script and a great filmmaker, then I’m interested.”
A resurgent weekend at the box office finally unseated The Dark Knight, rocketing The Bourne Legacy and The Campaign to the top two spots.
Industry analysts expect Universal Pictures’ The Bourne Legacy to topple The Dark Knight Rises from atop its box-office perch with a $25 million opening weekend.
With a global haul of $732 million, The Dark Knight Rises slipped past Ice Age: Continental Drift on Sunday to become the second-highest grossing film of the year, behind Marvel’s The Avengers.
The Dark Knight Rises grossed another $36.4 million in its third weekend, easily beating new release Total Recall, which opened in North American theaters to just $26 million.