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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."
Actor Christian Bale talks to CBR News about “Terminator Salvation,” working with the film’s director, and why Christopher Nolan will not tell him anything about the next Batman movie.
Though Heath Ledger gets a much deserved posthumous nod for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as The Joker, Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" has been shut out of nearly every major Oscar category.
"The Dark Knight" deflected competition from the crusty "The Mummy" franchise and has now passed the $400 million mark in the US in just 18 days, breaking another record and putting it that much closer to sinking "Titanic."
With an estimated $18.5 million earned since its opening at 12:00 this morning, Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" has broken the "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith" record for biggest earnings for a midnight opening.
Editor Lee Smith and First Assistant Editor John Lee discuss exclusively with CBR their task of bringing Christopher Nolan’s Batman epic to the IMAX screen, and confirm once and for all that Heath Ledger completed all his work for the film.
Director Christopher Nolan talks with CBR News about the challenges of technology and casting in “The Dark Knight,” shares his designers' reactions to the notion of the Batpod, and talks Harvey Dent.
The new Rachel Dawes, Maggie Gyllenhaal, talks with CBR News about taking over the role from Katie Holmes, the differences between "The Dark Knight" movies and independent films, and 300-storey drops.
“The Dark Knight” producers Charles Roven and Emma Thomas tell CBR News about the benefits and difficulties of using IMAX cameras to film the Batman sequel, including what sequences were shot in the oversized format.
In this first of a series of interviews with the cast and crew of "The Dark Knight," CBR's Andy Khouri goes in-depth with director Christopher Nolan about his vision of the Joker, Batman's detective acumen, and themes of violence and escalation.