The award-winning composer talks with SPINOFF about his successful collaborations with Christopher Nolan, and keying in on the human side of superheroes.
James Franco and friends create a video mashup of The Dark Knight and Beetlejuice for AOL’s Making a Scene series.
The Sin City: A Dame to Kill For co-director explains why he’s not able to enjoy the Caped Crusader on film, even in the hands of Christopher Nolan.
The Dark Knight actor talks with Spinoff Online about training to play Frankenstein’s monster, leaving roles behind, and how he could destroy you in three swift moves.
The Dark Knight actor kept a diary to fuel his inspiration for playing Batman’s greatest nemesis. Footage of the journal is now online.
Ahead of tonight’s Oscar ceremony, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert imagines what the nominees for best picture might have looked like over the past five years if the Academy actually embraced science fiction and fantasy.
The costume designer for The Dark Knight Rises reveals there were scenes shot exploring the backstory of Tom Hardy’s Bane that never made it into the final film. Warning: Spoilers!
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.
On Tuesday, we asked which of the many live-action Batman movies was your favorite, but that was just a warm-up for the real question… By now, you’ve seen Bruce Wayne and his alter ego being personified by five different actors, each one bringing something different to the role. But which one brought the most? That’s right: We want to know the identity of your top movie Batman?
Warner Bros. has released a new full-length trailer for The Dark Knight Rises that serves as retrospective for director Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, tracing Bruce Wayne’s journey from 2005′s Batman Begins through 2008′s The Dark Knight and on to the July 20 finale.