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Christopher Nolan recently praised Tom Hardy’s performance as "The Dark Knight Rises'" Bane, who the director described as "a primarily physical villain." SPINOFF has the details.
Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" promotional tour continues as the director presented the film's fabled six-minute opening sequence to an IMAX theater filled with New York journalists.
More than seven months before the premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises," Warner Bros. has unveiled a second teaser poster featuring the ominous words "The Legend Ends."
Director Christopher Nolan screened about 8 minutes of footage from "The Dark Knight Rises" for journalists Thursday night in Los Angeles and CBR News was there to take it all in.
Warner Bros. has officially announced the six-minute opening sequence of Christopher Nolan’s "The Dark Knight Rises" will premiere on select IMAX screens in North America on Dec. 16 and in the United Kingdom on Dec. 21.
New photos from the set of Christopher Nolan’s "The Dark Knight Rises" reveal more images of Christian Bale as Batman and Tom Hardy as Bane.
The new issue of "Empire" magazine sports covers featuring Christian Bale as Batman and Tom Hardy as Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises." Inside, Christopher Nolan reveals details about the movie's timeline. Warning: Spoilers!
More video emerged over the weekend from the Pittsburgh set of Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" revealing Batman’s new vehicle in "flight." Warning: Potential Spoilers!
Two newly arrived spy videos from the Pittsburgh set of Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" offer additional insights into the story. SPINOFF has the spoiler-filled clips.
Hours after the first official image of Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle in "The Dark Knight Rises" debuted, photos have surfaced of her stunt double driving the Batpod, revealing a better look at Catwoman's costume.
Warner Bros. has debuted the first image of Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle in "The Dark Knight Rises," the conclusion of director Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.
A flurry of photos and videos from the Pittsburgh set of Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" show a chaotic battle at the snow-covered steps of Gotham City Hall. SPINOFF has the spoiler-filled details.
A week after bootlegged footage hit the Internet, Warner Bros. has released the official teaser trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises," the epic conclusion of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.
Warner Bros. has unveiled the first teaser poster for Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises," which places the iconic Batman symbol inside a crumbling city scape.
The award-winning Aussie actor is reportedly in negotiations to take over for the late Marlon Brando as Superman's birth father in the Kryptonian portions of Zack Snyder's incoming "Superman: The Man of Steel" film reboot.
Never mind the DC Universe comics reboot, Chris Nolan is about to leave the Batfranchise! SPINOFF wonders, who should handle the cinematic Dark Knight once he's finished?
To coincide with the start of principal photography in Christopher's Nolan's anticipated Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises," Warner Bros. has launched a viral game whose first prize is an image of actor Tom Hardy as Bane.
Warner Bros. has officially announced the beginning of principal photography on the conclusion of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, "The Dark Knight Rises." SPINOFF has the details.
As the Christopher Nolan-directed "Dark Knight Rises" wraps up its location shoot in India, more images and possible story details leak from the Jodhpur set. SPINOFF has the potentially spoilery details.
Warner Bros. President Jeff Robinov confirms plans to develop a live action "Justice League" movie for 2013 reinvent the Batman franchise post-"Dark Knight Rises." SPINOFF has details.
After weeks of negotiations, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is officially on his way to Gotham City as a cast member of "The Dark Knight Rises," though his role in the movie remains a mystery.
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in talks to join the cast of "The Dark Knight Rises," reuniting him with his "Inception" director Christopher Nolan and co-star Tom Hardy. His role in the film is currently unknown.
Following the announcement of Tom Hardy signing to portray the complex villain Bane in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises," CBR News takes a look at the origins and life of the man that broke the Bat.
Zack Snyder's new Man of Steel spent years losing out on some of the biggest movie franchises in pop culture, but now British actor Henry Cavill is bulking up for his shot at the spotlight and Superman.
With the casting of Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises," SPINOFF ONLINE takes a look at the on-screen history of the sexiest cat burglar to prowl through Gotham City.
The star of such films as "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Brokeback Mountain" will join Christian Bale for the next installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman franchise as the eventual Catwoman along with Tom Hardy's Bane.
Though still in pre-production, the incoming "Dark Knight Rises" feature will be Christopher Nolan's final Batman movie chapter as he preps an "Inception" video game.
While promoting his work in David O. Russell’s "The Fighter," actor Christian Bale has also begun breaking his silence on Christopher Nolan’s developing sequel to "The Dark Knight." SPINOFF has the details.
If rumors are true, Warner Bros is considering spinning a television series out of Christopher Nolan’s third and final Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises." SPINOFF has some suggestions we’d happily watch.
Relaunch producers Christopher Nolan & David Goyer along with director Zack Snyder are ramping up their search for the next Superman with an eye towards a no-name actor.
Director Christopher Nolan is reportedly meeting with actresses to take on two new female roles in "The Dark Knight Rises." One is said to be a new love interest for the title character while the other will be a villain.
The Dark Knight will "Rise" when he returns to theaters in 2012, but while he'll be bringing back much of the cast from his previous adventures, Batman won't face the Riddler in Christopher Nolan's next film.
Warner Bros. has tapped the director of "Watchmen" to helm its reboot of the Man of Steel's screen exploits from a David Goyer script featuring General Zod as Christopher Nolan watches on.
Christopher Nolan has confirmed that he is on board to direct the next installment of the Batman series, a franchise he resurrected with "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight." SPINOFF has details.
An already rich genre movie season has just become even wealthier with news that Christopher Nolan's third Batman film is to open in the summer of 2012, joining new Spider-Man and Star Trek films plus "The Avengers."
Secrets were revealed at WonderCon about the arsenal of dark and twisted films slated for release by Warner Bros. this year, including first looks at “Inception,” “Nightmare on Elm Street,” “The Losers,” and “Splice.”
The director of "The Dark Knight" will produce a new screen franchise for the Man of Steel based on a screenplay by David S. Goyer that takes Superman, Lois Lane and the rest in a brand new direction while also keeping them separate from Batman.
With the film fate of the Man of Steel still in doubt with fans, the rumor mill continues to circle around the "Dark Knight" creative team with new word popping up that David Goyer will pen a Kryptonian-themed action flick.
Word is out that the "Dark Knight" director has been tapped to oversee the Man of Steel's next foray into film as well as the fact that a third Batman picture is already in the works at Warner Brothers.
At a worldwide gross of $1.84 billion and a $533.3 million domestic, "Avatar," a 20th Century Fox Production, is now the second highest grossing movie domestically. A spot previously held by the "Dark Knight."