the dark knight rises
A new trailer for 'The Dark Knight Rises' premiered during the MTV Movie Awards last night. Plus, we have two new TV spots and the running time for the film.
The Dark Knight Rises revelations: studio had different idea for the villain, Nolan had no intention of using Catwoman, and more juicy details.
In a recent interview with director Christopher Nolan, co-writer Jonathan Nolan and actor Christian Bale, the filmmakers addressed whether or not 'The Dark Knight Rises' is truly the end of the fan-favorite franchise.
Watch the latest TV spots, extended previews and featurettes for big summer movies like 'The Dark Knight Rises', 'Prometheus' and 'Ice Age: Continental Drift'.
'Dark Knight Rises' stars Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy, along with producer Emma Thomas, discuss the film's characters, fighting styles, shooting in IMAX, and Pittsburgh as Gotham.
New 'Dark Knight Rises' international banners and a 'secret' Catwoman poster are now online. Meanwhile, a children's tie-in book reveals the initial connection between Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle.
Additional banners and promo art has emerged for 'The Dark Knight Rises'. Meanwhile, new footage from the film is slated to air during the 2012 MTV Movie Awards.
The latest images and first two TV spots for 'The Dark Knight Rises' offer unseen footage, more humor, and a better look at Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) than the film's theatrical trailers did.
New 'Dark Knight Rises' Character Poster give us official looks at the darkness surrounding Batman, Catwoman and the nefarious terrorist, Bane.
Batman (Christian Bale) stands strong, even as Gotham City burns in the third (and possibly final) poster for Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises'.
Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard talks about her role as 'Miranda Tate' in The Dark Knight Rises and challenges longtime rumors a secret identity.
Tim Burton compares his 'Batman' movies to Christopher Nolan's rebooted series, while Marvel's Kevin Feige heaps praise on Nolan's 'Batman' trilogy and what it has done for the superhero genre.
One Screen Ranter praised 'Avengers' over 'Dark Knight Rises', but another Ranter offers his rebuttal, stating why he is more excited for Batman's finale than Marvel's superhero team-up.
While we wait for the new 'Dark Knight Rises' trailer coming with Marvel's 'The Avengers', a new Batman viral game provides insight into the climate of Gotham City and scenes from trailer #3.
A lifelong Batman fan offers 5 reasons why he's more excited for 'The Avengers' than 'The Dark Knight Rises.'