Wednesday, 22 May 2013 04:05
Christopher Nolan’s epic trilogy may have seen its conclusion last summer, but Batman fans will soon be able to return to the Caped Crusader’s Gotham City with the latest installment in the award-winning Arkham series. Entitled Batman: Arkham Origins and taking place years prior to the events of 2009′s Batman: Arkham Asylum, the prequel focuses on Bruce Wayne’s early years as Batman and will include clashes with a number of iconic villains from the DC universe – all of whom have been hired by crime boss Black Mask to knock off the Dark Knight. Developed by Warner Bros. Montreal in place of series stalwart Rocksteady, Batman: Arkham Origins is due out for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U on October 25th.
Thursday, 09 August 2012 16:42
The Dark Knight Rises doesn’t toss out as many wild theories as Prometheus, which we had a lot of questions about last month, and doesn’t leave nearly as much to the imagination as Inception, which we spent months discussing back in 2010. But a lot of us still walked out of The Dark Knight Rises unclear on how a few things went down, and going over our questions together, we figured we’d bring the conversation to the group. So, before we get started, and it should go without saying -- Spoilers for the movie, you have been warned. [See & Read More]
Published in TV/Film
Monday, 06 August 2012 13:31
If you’re the kind of person to root for the villain, then The Dark Knight film series was of some special importance. Hong Kong-based directors Derek Kwok and Henri Wong (of Parabucks Co.) recently produced a stop-motion animation as a tribute to one of the great super villains of our time: The Joker. They created the film using detailed action figures inspired by the second film in the trilogy. The end of the piece takes a turn for the unexpected though, and will revive the debate as to who the ultimate villain really is. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 01 August 2012 20:27
Bruce Wayne has all the money and free time in the world to build the ultimate Batpod, but what happens when your resources are extremely limited? Well, as always, this it means it's time for your imagination and creativity to take over.This one-of-a-kind replica of the "Batpod" in the Dark Knight Rises film is said to have been imagined into reality by the young Vietnamese man you see riding the bike in the video after the break. Too bad he skipped on the Batman costume. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 17:57
One of the most exciting parts of Batman besides him beating up all the villains in Gotham City is his Batmobile. The car has evolved throughout the life of Batman from a speedy, gadget-filled automobile into a brutally powerful tank-like machine capable of blasting through concrete walls and running over cars. With the release of the new Batman movie, Dark Knight Rises Warner Brothers has created and released a documentary on the history and evolution of the Batmobile. The full-length documentary will be available on Blu-Ray and digital download for the 2012 Holiday shopping season. Enjoy.
Monday, 19 December 2011 20:52
Not much needs to be said here except that Anne Hathaway is a very very good looking lady. So, after all the waiting and the lame bootlegged versions, the official trailer for The Dark Knight Rises has hit the internet in full HD.
The main question with the marketing and with this trailer specifically, is whether Batman will die by the end of this one? I can't wait for Summer 2012. Enjoy.
Thursday, 06 October 2011 18:23
Despite what you might think, it's actually quite difficult to snag pictures or videos during filming of a big blockbuster like the next Batman flick called the Dark Knight Rises, as studios hire people simply to obstruct the view of anyone trying to capture the moment on camera.
Nevertheless, VW Vortex member VadGTi overcame these problems and was able to take a few good shots of Bruce Wayne's new rich-boy toy, the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4, which replaces the Murcielago seen in the previous installments of the Dark Knight franchise. [See More]
Published in Rides
Tuesday, 19 July 2011 21:41
Here's some irony: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2," took down "The Dark Knight" for the biggest opening weekend in box office history, but before that film could play in theaters, moviegoers were treated to the first trailer for the next Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises," as if to say, don't worry, the caped crusader will be back.
Christian Bale is in his final film as Bruce Wayne/Batman, and this time around, in addition to Oldman as Gordon, he has Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a new ally in the Gotham Police Department. Whether friend or ally, Anne Hathaway will play Selena Kyle/Catwoman, while Marion Cotillard should be on the friendly side as Miranda Tate, a Wayne Enterprises employee.
Thursday, 30 June 2011 03:53
More like BROODS Wayne, amirite? Zing! Batman: Arkham City comes out October 18, by which point that blood on his hands will have hopefully dried. Put some Neosporin on that, homie!
Published in Gaming
Thursday, 30 June 2011 03:38
The Dark Knight will be racing through the mean streets of Gotham doing 0-60 in 2.9 seconds in a brand new 2012 Lamborghini Aventador for his next film, Batman: The Dark Knight Rises. For the third film in the series directed by Christopher Nolan, the billionaire bad boy has upgraded his previous Lamborghini LP640 Murcielago, which was used in Batman: The Dark Knight, for a new toy, the Lamborghini Aventador.
Someone over at Luxury4Play.com got their greasy little hands on some flicks of the Italian Stallion while on the set of the film. Aventador means “blow” in spanish, which is exactly what you’ll be on the receiving end of if you can get behind the wheel of this mean machine.
[via German Car Blog]
Published in Rides