Bruce Wayne has bled for his city–what will new series artist Ethan Van Sciver, teaming up for the first time with writer Gregg Hurwitz, bring to this new Mad Hatter story? Major Spoilers reviews Batman: The Dark Knight #16 to find out!
Universal Designs has announced it has acquired a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. to begin production of the Dark Knight Motorcycle suit.Â If you’ve ever wanted to impress the ladies while speeding down the highway on your souped up two wheeler, then you will want to check this suit out.Â Only 1,000 units are going to be made, so if you wanna be the cool guy in the next bike parade, you better place an order now.Â The whole set will only set you back $1,000.
I’ll let you make the “That codpiece looks a little small for me – Har-dee-har-har!” jokes.
Check out this special feature where Hans Zimmer and Christopher Nolan discuss music used in The Dark Knight movie.
According to those who know more than me, The Dark Knight movie has sold more that 13.5 million copies world-wide since its release a week ago. Even better, Warner Bros. is reporting that 1.7 million of those copies happen to be in the Blu-Ray format.
In 1989 Michael Keaton’s Batman movie hit stores just in time for the holiday season, and became the biggest seller on the VHS format for that year.Â The Batman movie is unique in that it was one of the first movies released on VHS only a few months after its theatrical run.Â Almost 20 years later, and it looks like Batman is doing that again for the HD format.
â€œWe thank the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for honoring Heathâ€™s performance in â€˜The Dark Knight,â€ said Ledgerâ€™s family in a statement. â€œThis nomination is deeply appreciated and is not lost on those of us who continue to love and miss him. We are so proud that our boyâ€™s work is being recognized in this way.â€
Well cool.Â Unfortunately, The Dark Knight was snubbed under the feature film categories.
Good news on this Tuesday – the same day the Dark Knight movie is released on DVD and Blu-Ray – finds the score for the Dark Knight movie eligible for Oscar consideration.
The branch initially ruled Nov. 10 that there were too many composers involved in the score; the Academy generally only considers scores that are the work of one or at most two composers.
I used to be really big into the scores for films, but now I’m more interested in the whole package and how all the elements work together to create an excellent product.
If you are a completist that absolutely must have everything related to a particular movie, Warner Bros. has made the script for the Dark Knight available from its website.Â The company released the script for Academy Award consideration.
What say you Spoilerite Legion, will The Dark Knight garner some OSCARs this year?Â And by this year, I mean next year when the awards show airs.
Warner Bros. has announced it will rerelease The Dark Knight to IMAX theaters in January, right smack dab in the middle of Academy Awards voting season.
Warners domestic distribution president Dan Fellman acknowledged ongoing talks with Imax executives about the prospect of restoring the Christian Bale starrer to some number of giant-screen venues in January. It’s uncertain if “Dark Knight” also will reappear in conventional venues at that point.
There’s no question the company is sending the flick back to theaters to garner more attention for votes, but don’t think it is an attempt to make a run at Titanic’s number one spot in the all time box office money makers, as the DVD release of The Dark Knight arrives in December.
It was another three day weekend that allowed movie goers to flood into theaters to catch the end of the summer movie block buster extravaganza and push The Dark Knight beyond the $500 million mark domestically.Â While not even close to the vast fortune amassed by billionaire Bruce Wayne, the film has done so well, it now sits as only the second film in history to make this much money, surpassing Star Wars Episode IV, with only Titanic left to beat.Â Considering summer is over and Dark Knight would have to make another $140 million before the DVD release, I don’t see the film ever taking the number one spot.
I’m sure by now everyone has read Robert Downey Jr.’s comments about the Dark Knight movie, and DC in general, but just in case, let’s shake that hornet’s nest again.
My whole thing is that that I saw ‘The Dark Knight’. I feel like I’m dumb because I feel like I don’t get how many things that are so smart. It’s like a Ferrari engine of storytelling and script writing and I’m like, ‘That’s not my idea of what I want to see in a movie.’ I loved ‘The Prestige’ but didn’t understand ‘The Dark Knight’. Didn’t get it, still can’t tell you what happened in the movie, what happened to the character and in the end they need him to be a bad guy. I’m like, ‘I get it. This is so high brow and so fâ€”king smart, I clearly need a college education to understand this movie.’ You know what? Fuck DC comics. That’s all I have to say and that’s where I’m really coming from.
It’s a pretty sure bet, he won’t be in any DC related movies, hopefully his statement won’t affect his employ in any future Waner Bros. movies.
I completely let this bit of news slip past me yesterday, but it is a big day for Warner Bros. as it got to thumb its nose at Sony as The Dark Knight passed the $400 million mark in just 18 days, and should have passed Spider-Man overnight.
If the box office tickets continue to roll in, The Dark Knight could reach the $500 million making it the second highest grossing title of all time, just behind Titanic.
It was a tough battle at the box office this weekend as The Dark Knight went toe to toe with Brendon Fraser’s The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.Â While the Jet Li flick was able to bring in $42.5 millon for the weekend, Dark Knight barely edged out the fight with an estimated $43.8 million. Batman’s win brings the grand total to $394.9 million.