The conclusion to Nolan’s Batman trilogy is finally here!
Nearly a decade after taking the fall for Harvey Dent’s death and disappearing into the darkness, a fugitive Batman (Christian Bale) watches from the shadows as the Dent Act keeps the streets of Gotham City crime free. Meanwhile, an elusive cat burglar seizes the chance to strike, and a masked anarchist plots a devastating series of attacks designed to lure Bruce Wayne out of the shadows. Determined not to abandon the people who he once risked his life to protect, The Dark Knight emerges from his self-imposed exile ready to fight. But Bane (Tom Hardy) is ready, too, and once Batman is within his grasp, he will do everything in his power to break Gotham City’s shadowy savior.
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As Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy comes to a close, Batman faces his toughest challenge yet in Bane. Does the final film provide the proper ending for an epic trilogy or has Nolan run out of gas? Major Spoilers has the review.
Everyone has been looking forward to the end of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy, so much so that reviewers who dared to not like the movie have been met with death threats, and Rotten Tomatoes actually turned off comments on their website due to the dull roar of hatred over a movie that the vast majority of the world hadn’t even seen yet. Though I’m sad to see the end of the latest Batman series, it’s mostly because I know that they’ll probably reboot with a new origin movie before the end of 2015, and I think Kim Kardashian’s brother is interested in the role.
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) doesn’t shy away from controversy, asking: Christian Bale: Great Batman, or the GREATEST Batman?
With The Dark Knight Rises at the box office and Christopher Nolan’s imminent departure from the helm of the Bat-franchise, what better time to do a fantasy casting call for one of the most beloved, cinematic arcs in all of Bat-dom? Of course, we are talking about Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns, a seminal DC tale that took Batman to the brink of old age while at the same time reinvigorating a franchise with vital new energy.
With the upcoming release of The Dark Knight Rises, the much-anticipated ending of the Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy, we at Major Spoilers have been discussing what we believe to be the most awesome Batman moments of the character’s nearly 90 years of history. Stephen and I clashed over what the best Batman story EVER would be (I say ‘Joker’s Laughing Fish,’ Stephen’s votes have lately been turning towards the Court of Owls, and Rodrigo likes Justice League Unlimited Bats) but we agree on one thing: The guy gets around! I guess when you haven’t got super-powers, one has to get by with a little help from one’s friends…
As the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises draws near, we’re seeing more and more Batman related stuff pop up on the Intardwebz. Gene Gonzales has an interesting take on Batman that combines bits and pieces of some of our favorite aspects of Batman through the years.
The HUB has been running Batman: The Animated Series (and Batman Beyond) on and off for a while now, and this Friday, the cable channel is running 10 episodes of the series back to back. To promote the event, the HUB put together this television spot that puts a different spin on The Dark Knight Rises trailer.