The Dark Knight (2008)
The 10-episode Pennyworth will begin production October 22 at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden in the UK, becoming the first series to film in the Warner Bros.-owned studio complex north of London which has housed production for such movies as WB’s Harry Potter/Fantastic Beasts franchise, The Dark Knight, Inception and Wonder Woman as well as outside productions such as Jason Bourne, Kingsman, Paddington and the most recent Mission Impossible installments.
Based on DC characters created by Bob Kane with Bill Finger, Pennyworth follows Bruce Wayne’s legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth (Bannon), a former British Sas soldier in his 20’s, who forms a security company and
Now, chatting to BamSmackPow, Stephens has been discussing the design of Gotham’s Batsuit, stating that it will be similar to the one worn by Christian Bale’s Batman in The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises, as well as the pressure of living up to fan expectations when it comes to Batman’s costume.
“It’s inspired by, if I had to compare to any one costume, I’d say it’s closer to The Dark Knight Rises,” said Stephens. “It’s a little more metallic Bat battle-y looking rather than something
Boasting a star-studded cast — including some familiar faces from the Mad Men world — the series spans eight episodes, the next six of which will roll out weekly following Friday’s two-installment debut. The episodes are all Black Mirror-esque mini-movies, each one telling a self-contained story about people who believe themselves to be descendants of the Russian Romanov family, famously
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In an interview on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the actress known for playing Rachel Dawes was asked about her favorite memory of working with Ledger, prompting the star to recall the first time she saw the actor’s manic, Academy Award-winning performance.
“I remember coming to work and seeing him – that scene where the Joker throws me off a roof – and seeing him come in and start to do what he was doing,
“They’ve started shooting, they’ve been very nice to me,” Chalamet said of the “Little Women” team. Chalamet is playing Laurie in Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott. He told Variety‘s Marc Malkin he’s set to start shooting in a few weeks. “They’ve basically let me try and get [‘Beautiful Boy’] out to the world.”
“I would do anything Greta wanted me to be a part of,” the Oscar nominee continued. He worked with Gerwig previously on her directorial debut “Lady Bird.”
“I knew ‘Little Women’; I hadn’t read it,
A set video released last month already showed us a crowded subway scene where a fully made-up Arthur Fleck casually strolls away from the chaos unfolding around him. Now, this new batch of pics indicates a similar series of events, as Phoenix is seen walking away from an off-camera crime scene while police officers run down the hall in the opposite direction, paying little mind to the man in the clown costume who’s presumably responsible for the trouble.
A scene from the #Joker movie was
Fans know that this is just enough time for the arrival of one major character ….. possibly The Dark Knight, himself!
The network also revealed a new trailer for “Gotham’s” final season and both Stephens and Sean Pertwee, who plays Alfred Pennyworth, teased some of the Bane’s forthcoming plot points.
“He has a nice showdown with Alfred,” Stephens said, shooting a gaze to Pertwee.
“We have an altercation, and Cat’s involved, and we give very good account of ourselves,” Pertwee said, “but I get my back broken.”
The story will follow the
We would never change some of the greats, like Christian Bale as Batman and Heath Ledger as the Joker in The Dark Knight, or Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad - but there were plenty that missed the mark too. Remember Halle Berry as Catwoman, or George Clooney as Batman in Batman & Robin? Well, sometimes even the biggest stars can't save terrible renditions of a character. When all hope seems lost, and a franchise seems destroyed, the fans are here to remind us that there's a light at the end of the tunnel.
Thankfully there are a
Venom centers on Journalist Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy), who, despite being good at his job, has hit a few roadblocks, mostly of his own doing.
It’s really strange seeing this character brought to life. He’s such a crazy and interesting looking character. While they completely nailed the look of the character here, it still a little weird seeing him in live-action form. Make sure to let us know what you think of the character design:
The character is described as possessing super-human strength, a genius level intellect in matters of warfare, and immortality. It’s explained that Lobo “will keep coming until the job is finished. His word is the only thing that Lobo holds sacred; although, he’ll never violate the letter of an agreement,
Matt Ferguson “Jurassic Park” screen print, 36 x 24 inches, numbered edition of 250, co-Released with Vice Press, available for $50
Matt Ferguson “Jurassic Park” variant screen print, 36 x 24 inches, numbered edition of 100, co-Released with Vice Press, available for $60
Laurent Durieux “E.T.” screen print, 24 x 36 inches, numbered edition of 300, co-Released with Vice Press, available for $65
Laurent Durieux “E.T.” variant screen print, 24 x 36 inches, numbered edition of 125, co-Released with Vice Press,
Lobo was created in 1984 by Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen. He is a blue-skinned, 7-foot-tall, heavily muscled anti-hero alien who works as an interstellar mercenary and bounty hunter and drives a space-faring motorcycle across the universe. I should probably also mention that he murdered his entire species. He has superhuman strength and is virtually immortal.
I’m not really familiar with Scanlan’s work, but he appeared in Netflix's Safe, opposite Michael C. Hall, and The Fall, with Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan. He was last seen in Guardians of the Galaxy.
"...principal photography has begun on Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Joker', starring Oscar nominee Joaquin Phoenix in the title role...
"...directed, produced and co-written by Oscar nominee Todd Phillips.
"Joker” centers around the iconic arch nemesis and is an original, standalone story not seen before on the big screen.
"Phillips' exploration of 'Arthur Fleck' (Phoenix), a man disregarded by society...
"...is not only a gritty character study, but also a broader cautionary tale.
"The film also stars Zazie Beetz, Bill Camp, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen, Glenn Fleshler, Douglas Hodge, Marc Maron, Josh Pais and Shea Whigham.
"Phillips directs from a screenplay he co-wrote with writer Scott Silver based on characters from DC.
"The film is being produced
”I don’t feel like we compromise much,” Fleischer recently told Polygon about the rating, admitting he is baffled over the fact everyone expected the film to be rated R. “I’m not sure why [people thought that], other than maybe just a bloodthirst for Venom.”
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”We didn’t want to make a movie that excluded any fans,
In this exclusive preview of Batman #56, The Dark Knight takes on his deadliest foe: election interference. Lol/jk he's an assassin.
I'm not one to get excited for solicitations, but when DC sent over this exclusive first look at the next issue of Tom King's Batman, the solicit text took me on a bit of a roller coaster ride.
See for yourself...
Batman #56 written by Tom King
art by Tony S. Daniel
enhanced foil cover art by Tony S. Daniel
variant cover by Francesco Mattina
The Dark Knight’s looking to drop both the hammer and sickle on the KGBeast, whose rampage across Gotham City takes a toll on Nightwing when he’s injured in the fray. Blaming himself for his ward’s fate, Batman gets grimmer than usual—and vows to take the Russian assassin down like the Berlin Wall. Is even Gotham City ready for that much violence?
Other times, we are shouting over nothing. Ultimately, however, we know our arguments are falling on deaf ears. It is still, sadly, highly unlikely that a superhero movie will be nominated for Best Picture anytime soon. “Infinity War” included, as good as it is and as deserving as it is, in this writer’s opinion. But that’s okay. Because the Oscar that “Avengers: Infinity War” deserves the most is not Best Picture. It’s Best Adapted Screenplay.
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As a hopeful screenwriter myself,
There are some great franchises, like those I’ve just mentioned, and there are some not-so-great ones. *Cough* “Transformers” *Cough.* But, with the release and success of “Infinity War,” this writer believes the McU has cemented its place as the best film franchise to have ever graced our screens. And here are six reasons why:
Every character is important
The best franchises make every single character, no matter how small or large, feel important. They ensure they have their own distinct personality and will be remembered along with the story’s main characters. “The Lord of the Rings
There’s little room to deny the dearth of quality found in recent DC movie offerings. For the most part it’s been lifeless, corny, directionless, and haphazard. The last six years have been a sorry state of affairs, to say the least. Ever since master filmmaker Christopher Nolan decided to move away from the genre post The Dark Knight Rises, a considerable, and demonstrable, diminution in quality has been seen and I see little opportunity to argue the contrary.
There was a time when one thought of great (not just good) superhero movies, that you instantly thought of Batman, that you thought of DC. This is no longer the case, but could it be again? It seems to me it very well could be, thanks to a film that has gotten a lot of people talking,
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