The Dark Knight Rises Joker versus Bane

The Dark Knight Rises Joker versus Bane

Bane actor Tom Hardy compares Batman’s nemeses, The Dark Knight’s Joker and The Dark Knight Rises’ Bane. Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises is in cinemas 20 July 2012.

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Theatrical review: The Dark Knight

Theatrical review: The Dark Knight

Released: 25 July
Certificate: 12A
Director: Christopher Nolan
Screenwriter: Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan and David Goyer
Cast: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart
Distributor: Warner Bros
Running Time: 152 mins

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Batman 3 casting rumours

Batman 3 casting rumours

With Christopher Nolan taking a well deserved break, rumours aplenty have been flying as to who will be filling the villain boots in the sequel to The Dark Knight. Angelina Jolie, and our personal fave Cher, have been bandied around as possibles for Catwoman and now Michael Caine has thrown in his tuppence worth, too, … Continued

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Johnny Depp as The Riddler

Johnny Depp as The Riddler

The Dark Knight is still screening, Chris Nolan is on holiday refusing to comment as to whether he will return for a sequel, but this hasn’t stopped the internet rumour mill churning away with casting proposals for the sequel. Angelina Jolie is lined up for Catwoman, supposedly, as is Johnny Depp for The Riddler, which … Continued

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Knight in New York

Knight in New York

Among many other things, this weekend’s New York Comic Con saw the debut of a new Dark Knight trailer. A surprise addition to the convention’s preview line-up, the two-minute sneak-peak had fans desperate for more. There was a notable shift in focus from the last trailer, with Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) coming to the fore. … Continued

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Podcast: Episode 2

Podcast: Episode 2

Listen for in-depth discussions and opinion on The Clone Wars, Predator, The Dark Knight and more…

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New season underway in the States

New season underway in the States

So the new season is underway in the States. That didn’t take long. One of the less frequently cited differences between TV and film is that you don’t usually have to wait as long for next the part to come along on the small screen. Take, for example, next summer’s The Dark Knight – Batman … Continued

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