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CS! berichtet über das Ende der Dreharbeiten in Pittsburgh...
Bei SHH! gibt es Spoiler-Bilder vom Dreh...
Bei CS! gibt es weitere Spy-Videos...
Bei CS! gibt es Spy-Videos vom neuen Bat-Wing...
Bei CS! gibt es Spy-Bilder von einem neuen "Batman"-Vehikel...
Shockya.com zitiert Anne Hathaway...
They just released your first official still, but we also got a ton of unofficial material from the fans hanging around the set. How does that make you feel? Is it stealing your thunder and is there any concern about revealing too much about that final product?
It’s disappointing. I think everyone feels a slight frustration with it because those stills so undercut the work that’s being done. No, no one’s nervous about it. I mean, honestly, like, wait till you see this movie. Chris is doing insane things in it. And it’s gonna be marvelous and it’s gonna be way beyond what anyone imagines that it could be. You can’t imagine the things that he’s doing, at least I couldn’t until I read the script and I was like, ‘You’re really? Okay, you’re going there!” And it’s Chris Nolan; even the picture that he released of me, that’s not everything. That’s like a tenth of what the catsuit is. And I’ve got to say, I find it frustrating and I know he finds it frustrating, but I also think that he’s having fun with it, kind of like spooning out secrets. He has a lot more control than you think. [...]
Bei SHH! gibt es ein offizielles Bild von Anne Hathaway alias Selina Kyle/Catwoman...
Bei Batman-News.com gibt es neue Bilder vom "Wayne Manor"-Set in Nottingham...
Wie HitFix wird es einen Überraschungsauftritt in "The Dark Knight Rises" geben... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!
CS! zeigt Promo-Artwork von der LX11, u.a. "The Dark Knight Rises"... Und Variety meldet, dass Josh Stewart eine Rolle übernommen hat...
Though production is already underway on multiple continents, The Dark Knight Rises' production team may be eyeing a new North American city for certain sequences. Cory Booker, the Mayor of Newark, New Jersey tweeted the news earlier today:
"Met with the producer and studio team for the next Batman Movie," he wrote, "Great people! They hope to film scenes in Nwk. Holy Brick City Batman! POW!"
He followed up his tweet with the joke that he was interested in cameoing as Nightwing in the Warner Bros. production.
"They just smiled politely & looked at their watches," he added. [...]
Two more have been added to the cast of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Variety reports that Brett Cullen and Chris Ellis have signed on for the film as a judge and a priest, respectively.
Cullen is best known for appearances in films like Apollo 13 and, in a very different comic book universe, Ghost Rider, where he played Barton Blaze, father to Nicolas Cage's Johnny Blaze.
Ellis, meanwhile, is also known for a part in Apollo 13 and other character roles in films like Transformers, Armageddon and Catch Me If You Can. [...]
Bei CS! gibt es ein erstes Bild von Tom Hardy als Bane...
Bei CS! gibt es die offizielle Pressemeldung zum Drehbeginn von "The Dark Knight Rises"...
Bei CS! gibt es neue Bilder vom Drehbort Jodhpur (Indien)...
Bei CS! gibt es spektakuläre Bilder vom Drehbort Jodhpur in Indien... ;-)
Heat Vision meldet...
As production on Christopher Nolan's bat-finale, The Dark Knight Rises inches closer and closer, more bits of casting are slipping out. The latest is that of Daniel Sunjata, star of "Grey's Anatomy" and "Rescue Me" who, according to The Tracking Board (via /Film) has just joined the project in an unspecified capacity.
Sunjata has previously appeared on the big screen in films like The Devil Wears Prada and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.
The Dark Knight Rises will begin production shortly in Pittsburgh and is set to feature the return of Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman, along with roles for Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Juno Temple and Josh Pence. It is set for release on July 20, 2012.
UPDATE: Variety has added a bit more information, suggesting that Sunjata will play a special forces operative. They also report that two other actors, Diego Klattenhoff and Burn Gorman, are up for supporting roles.
Klattenhoff has appeared in films like Mean Girls and Lucky Number Slevin and is said to have been offered the part of a rookie cop. Burn Gorman is best known to genre fandom as Owen Harper on "Torchwood". His potential role is not specified.
Heat Vision meldet...
Josh Pence, who played opposite Armie Hammer as Tyler Winklevoss in The Social Network (where Hammer's face was superimposed on his), has been cast as a young Ra's Al Ghul in Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan's new Batman movie.
The movie's casting has been ultra-secret, although Christian Bale, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman are returning to lead a caped crusading cast, which includes Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard.
The story line has also been kept locked up in the Batcave but Pence's casting throws more than a few crumbs to follow. Ra's Al Ghul was played by Liam Neeson in Batman Begins, thus paving the way for a possible return of the supposedly dead character. Also, while the studio never confirmed Cotillard's character, it has been rumored to be that of Thalia Al Ghul, the daughter of Batman's mentor-turned-enemy.
Sources say Pence will appear in scenes that take place 30 years prior to the present story. [...]
Hero Complex meldet...
Jeff Robinov is already thinking about DC Comics movies for 2013 and beyond, and he’s got "Justice League" and a reinvented Batman on his mind.
The president of the Warner Bros. motion picture group, who recently sat down for an extensive interview with The Times, discussed his long-term strategy for DC beyond movies already in the works, such as June’s "Green Lantern" and next year’s "The Dark Knight Rises" and Superman movie. [...]
Robinov knows that the most bankable part of his superhero empire has been Nolan and his Gotham City films - the studio has yet to deliver a 21st century superhero blockbuster hit without Nolan in the director’s seat. Batman will continue to be a centerpiece property beyond next year’s "The Dark Knight Rises" and Nolan’s departure from the franchise. "We have the third Batman, but then we’ll have to reinvent Batman... Chris Nolan and [producing partner and wife] Emma Thomas will be producing it, so it will be a conversation with them about what the next phase is."
Last weekend, Jeff Sneider exclusively reported that Juno Temple was being eyed for a role in "The Dark Knight Rises" -- and now we know for sure. SHOWBLITZ has learned that the indie darling is locked in and set to begin shooting early this summer. Not 100% certain on the role yet, but we're hearing she'll play a "street-smart Gotham girl," so it' s not sounding like anything more than a small part.
Inside Movies meldet...
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, long-rumored to be joining his Inception brethren in The Dark Knight Rises, will appear in director Christopher Nolan’s third Batman film. But a source close to the situation says that recent reports that Gordon-Levitt will play Alberto Falcone (a.k.a. the Holiday Killer) - the son of former mob kingpin, Carmine Falcone (Tom Wilkinson) - are incorrect. So, Batman fans: Begin the re-speculation now!
On Friday, Variety reported that Inception co-star Joseph Gordon-Levitt had closed a deal to re-team with director Christopher Nolan for The Dark Knight Rises. The trade has since updated their article with who he will play in the anticipated film:
Speculation has run rampant regarding the role, with blogs pegging the part as The Riddler or Deadshot, but insiders tell Variety that Gordon-Levitt will be playing Alberto Falcone, the son of Mafia chieftain Carmine Falcone, the character Tom Wilkinson played in "Batman Begins."
Filming for the movie is set to kick-off soon. [...]
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has signed his deal to star, and Juno Temple (Cracks) is being eyed for a supporting role as a street-smart Gotham girl in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, reports Variety.
Gordon-Levitt's part is still being kept under wraps, writes the trade.
They are joining a cast that includes Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy and Anne Hathaway. Warner Bros. has set a release date of July 20, 2012.
CBS News meldet...
During a recent interview for his new sci-fi action film, "Battle: Los Angeles," Aaron Eckhart hinted at a surprise-return to his character, Harvey Dent, aka Two-Face in Christopher Nolan's upcoming sequel, "The Dark Knight Rises."
This would be a shock to must fans who by now are well aware of Harvey Dent's outcome in 2008's "The Dark Knight."
Getting hard information from any of the major players in "The Dark Knight Returns," from director Christopher Nolan to the actors involved, has not been easy. [...]
While doing press for his latest, Red Riding Hood, Gary Oldman spoke with MTV News and dropped a few hints about the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises.
"It's a great, great story," says Oldman, though he confirms that he hasn't read the full script yet, "You look at 'The Dark Knight' and you think, 'How's he going to top it?' But I think he has."
When questioned about the statements that Christopher Nolan has made in the past regarding the third film being the likely end of the modern Batman franchise as we know it, Oldman reaffirmed that Rises will tie up the series as a trilogy.
"The scope and also the way he brings it back to 'Batman Begins,'" says the actor when asked to described the film's climatic tone, "and really what Bruce Wayne discovers about himself. What he learns about himself at the end of this one."
While little is confirmed at this time, speculation about the pending casting of another villain, rumored to be Talia al Ghul, would certainly fit with Oldman's comments about returning to the plotline of Batman Begins. [...]
Latino Review zitiert aus einem Interview mit Rutger Hauer...
[...] revealed he is unlikely to be in the upcoming Christopher Nolan-directed "The Dark Knight Rises."
"I think not," said Hauer on his return to the Batman franchise. "I would have heard about it."
Hauer played the CEO of Wayne Enterprises in the first Nolan’s Batman series with 2005’s "Batman Begins." [...]
If there were still any doubts that Anne Hathaway would play more than just Selina Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises, the Oscar host has erased those by dropping the "Catwoman" name on the Oprah Winfrey show today. The press release announcing Hathaway as part of the cast only said she was playing "Selina Kyle" and made no mention of Catwoman. [...]
While her name has been speculated in connection with The Dark Knight Rises since well before the film even had a title, French Newspaper Le Fiagro is now reporting that Inception actress Marion Cotillard is joining the cast of Christopher Nolan's next film.
"Marion Cotillard will join the production this summer in Los Angeles," the article claims (translated from French), "where she will share the bill with Anne Hathaway."
While the newspaper's journalistic integrity certainly carries some weight, Cotillard's casting is far from confirmed and it's unclear exactly what Le Figaro's original source is on the matter. That being said, another female lead would lend some credence to persistent online rumors that Talia al Ghul, daughter of Batman Begins' Ra's al Ghul, will play a major role in The Dark Knight Rises' storyline.
Also still unconfirmed is last week's rumor that Joseph Gordon-Levitt has signed on for a part in the film. If both pieces of casting are true, Cotillard and Gordon-Levitt will join Tom Hardy in the role of Bane and Michael Caine in the role of Alfred as members of the Inception cast now heading (returning, in the case of Caine) to Nolan's Gotham City.
Though also pure speculation at this stage, Gordon-Levitt's role has been suggested to be that of Alberto Falcone, the son of Tom Wilkinson's Carmine Falcone. If the children of both Falcone and al Ghul do appear in the film, it is likely that The Dark Knight Rises will have a strong focus on sons and daughters as, in the comic book series, Selina Kyle (to be played by Hathaway) suspects Carmine Falcone of being her father. As such, the theme of children and familial legacy would theoretically offer a parallel to Bruce Wayne's own struggle against the loss of his parents. [...]
Wie Deadline meldet, wird Joseph Gordon-Levitt eine Rolle in Christopher Nolan's kommenden "Batman"-Film spielent ...
[...] Nolan keeps his films shrouded in secrecy, though he did lift the veil recently to disclose that Anne Hathaway would play Selina Kyle (Catwoman) and Gordon-Levitt's Inception co-star Tom Hardy will play Bane. What role fits Gordon-Levitt?
CS! zitiert Christopher Nolan...
[...] We listened in as moderator Pete Hammond asked where he got the title from and Nolan joked, "I banged my head against the wall."
The audience laughed and then Nolan went on to say, "We've worked on it a long time - David Goyer and myself. We're about 12 weeks away from shooting. We start in May."
It's been known that Nolan wasn't sure if he was going to do another film or not, so when Hammond asked why he decided to do a third one, he simply said, "It was about finishing the story."
Nolan still wouldn't confirm whether Anne Hathaway would play Catwoman or just Selina Kyle. When asked, he smiled coyly and wouldn't say a word. [...]
Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that Anne Hathaway has been cast as Selina Kyle (AKA Catwoman) in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. She will be starring alongside Christian Bale, who returns in the title role of Bruce Wayne/Batman.
Christopher Nolan stated, "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Anne Hathaway, who will be a fantastic addition to our ensemble as we complete our story."
In addition, Tom Hardy has been set to play Bane. Nolan said, "I am delighted to be working with Tom again and excited to watch him bring to life our new interpretation of one of Batman’s most formidable enemies."
Nolan will direct the film from a screenplay he wrote with Jonathan Nolan, from a story by Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer. Nolan will also produce the film with his longtime producing partner, Emma Thomas, and Charles Roven.
The Dark Knight Rises is slated for release on July 20, 2012. The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.
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Christopher Nolan is looking at some of Hollywood's leading actresses -- as well as a few emerging talents -- for major female roles in The Dark Knight Rises, his next Batman film.
Sources tell Heat Vision that Keira Knightley, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Biel are due to test for roles in the Warner Bros. superhero tentpole in the next two weeks. Also testing are relative newcomers Kate Mara and Charlotte Riley. Hot British actress Gemma Arterton has also scheduled to test but, as Heat Vision first reported last week, Arterton just landed the female lead in Paramount's Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters and might now have scheduling issues.
Dark Knight Rises needs to fill two big female roles, a villain and a love interest. Sources say one character is Talia, the daughter of villain Ra's Al Ghul, who was portrayed by Liam Neeson in Nolan's first Gotham-set crime pic Batman Begins. In the comic books, Talia is both Batman's lover and antagonist, ultimately siring his alter ego Bruce Wayne's son.
While Knightley, Hathaway and Biel are well-known actresses, the other two are up-and-comers. Mara had brief roles in 127 Hours and Iron Man 2 in 2010. Her sister Rooney Mara is currently shooting David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in the title role. Riley is a British actress who has done mostly TV work. She is engaged to Tom Hardy, who co-starred in Nolan's summer smash Inception and has already booked an unspecified role in Dark Knight Rises.
Despite some online reports, Naomi Watts and Eva Green have not been cast. Although there has been interest in Watts, the Australian actress can't even do meetings as she is busy shooting the tsunami disaster drama The Impossible with Ewan McGregor in Thailand. (Watts can't be completely discounted, though, since she will wrap before Dark Knight Rises begins.) Green, meanwhile, is due to star in the business drama Arbitrage with Al Pacino, which shoots in April.
The film, written by David Goyer, Nolan and his brother Jonathan and produced by Nolan, Emma Thomas and Charles Roven, is looking at a May start, with shooting to take place in London and Los Angeles, according to insiders. Christian Bale is set to return as the Caped Crusader.
Nolan and Warner Bros. declined to comment.
CS! zitiert aus einem Interview mit Natalie Portman...
[...] Two of the many movies she's been rumored to be in line for are Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment's upcoming tentpole movies, Zack Snyder's Superman: The Man of Steel and Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises.
In an interview for this week's Oscar issue of Entertainment Weekly, Portman denied the rumors about her appearing in either (or both) films.
When asked about Superman, she told them:
"What is that? (laughs) No, I haven't heard anything."
And whether she'll appear in the finale of Christopher Nolan's Batman triptych:
"Oh, I don't know anything about that." [...]
MTV sprach mit Aaron Eckhart aka Harvey Dent / Two-Face...
[...] "Chris and I had a meeting, on the beach, just the two of us," Eckhart told MTV News on the red carpet for "Rabbit Hole" on Thursday. "I said, 'Chris, a lot of people are asking me if I'm in the next 'Batman.' And Chris said, 'Yes?' I said, 'Am I?' He looked at me and he said, 'No.'" [...]
So there you have it: official confirmation that Dent won't show his two faces on the big screen come the film's July 2012 release. But, um, what of this strange beachside meeting?
"We found ourselves alone on the beach together on a stormy day and he delivered the news to me," Eckhart explained. "And I was heartbroken. I was heartbroken. But Chris has his reasons and my life must go on."
As Eckhart explained this summer, Nolan's original plan was to bring back Heath Ledger's Joker for the new film. But Ledger's death in 2008 of course changed that plan. Nolan will be starting over, with a new villain or possibly more than one. And that's fine with Eckhart.
"Honestly, it was Heath's movie to go on," he told us Thursday. "We had a great movie. I'm so honored to be a part of that movie. I know Chris has got something in store that is going to blow everybody away."
[...] Nolan, bearded and affable, explained that he’s scrambling to finish the script for The Dark Knight Rises, his third Batman movie, which he’s writing in collaboration with his brother Jonathan, mostly from his oceanfront abode in the Paradise Cove trailer park in Malibu..The script is due in January for a July release. But he wouldn’t say what the story’s about or who the villain is, other than to confirm that Inception’s Tom Hardy will play "a key role, not saying good or bad," and to shoot down reports that he’ll resurrect The Joker by including unused footage of Heath Ledger’s performance in the previous chapter. "That’s all wrong," said the writer-director, who’s also producing the next Superman movie, for Zack Snyder to direct. [...]
With the $810m smash that was Inception now firmly behind him, Christopher Nolan is back in Gotham, working with brother Jonathan to nugget out the script for The Dark Knight Rises, which will be landing on its cast members' doorsteps in January.
Alfred himself, Michael Caine, shared that news with Empire, revealing that the film's shoot will kick off in the summer and be done and dusted in six months. "Emma [Thomas], the producer, said we'd get the script in January. Christopher said: 'Script in January, shoot in May, finish in November.'"
Until then the confirmed cast members remain - fittingly - in the dark. "Christopher is the most secretive guy in the world," Caine said, "he won't tell you anything." Expect more casting news to follow in the very near future. In the meantime, for a glimpse at what may be going on chez Nolan right now, have a read of Jonathan Nolan's fascinating reflections on The Dark Knight.
Chris Nolan is lining up actresses he'll meet for two female lead roles in The Dark Knight Rises, the third installment of the Batfranchise which Warner Bros has dated release on July 20, 2012. I'm told one of the roles is a love interest for Christian Bale's Bruce Wayne, and the other is a villain. The actresses are: Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts, Blake Lively, Natalie Portman, Anne Hathaway and Keira Knightley. Nolan is keeping the roles under wraps, just the way that he did when he drafted his Inception star Tom Hardy to come aboard to likely play a villain. Deadline broke that story October 13. I'm still not sure what the role is and I believe Hardy took the job without knowing or reading a script that's still being tweaked.
Big news from the Batman camp in today’s L.A. Times: Christopher Nolan has revealed the name of the third film in his Gotham City trilogy. In July 2012, we’ll be queuing for The Dark Knight Rises.
Not only that, but in something of a bombshell, Nolan went on to dispell what many had begun to assume to be a given - "It won’t be the Riddler," reports L.A.T.’s blog Hero Complex. So easy to get ahead of yourself, isn't it? Of course, true to form, the director wouldn’t reveal who it would be.
What Nolan seemed most interested in imparting was that he’s convinced Warner Bros. to keep telling his story in 2D, and to continue down the path of hi-def IMAX sequences. And he’ll get no argument from us on the subject - if it ain't broke, etc.
The post contains one other potentially juicy, enigmatic Nolan quote: "We’ll use many of the same characters as we have all along, and we’ll be introducing some new ones." From here, you can go down two schools of thought - 1) This is a straightforward, non-commital comment. 2) You can subscribe to the oft-chanted mantra that "In comic books, no-one is ever really dead" - and we lost two big characters in The Dark Knight. But then again, of course, that doesn’t - to date - really wash with the realistic leanings of the first two films. What was that about getting ahead of ourselves? Pah! Tish! Etc.!
While Tom Hardy's plan to play Mad Max in the George Miller-directed Mad Max: Fury Road has hit another delay, the fast-rising Hardy's in the mix for another big film at Warner Bros. I'm told that Hardy has been set by his Inception director Chris Nolan for a lead role in the next Batman film at Warner Bros. Insiders are keeping the role secret and won't even say if he's up for a villain role, but that seems a reasonable assumption. Hardy has followed up Inception with lead roles in the Tomas Alfredson-directed adaptation of the John Le Carre novel Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, and he's currently starring with Chris Pine and Reese Witherspoon in the McG-directed Fox comedy This Means War. CAA reps Hardy, who's expected to return to Fury Road when it goes.
Wie CS! meldet, beginnen die Dreharbeiten zum kommenden "Batman"-Film im April 2011 in New Orleans...
Sir Michael Caine appeared on BBC Radio 1's "The Chris Moyles Show" on Wednesday to promote his autobiography "The Elephant to Hollywood" and talk turned to director Christopher Nolan's third Batman movie.
He said the movie will "probably start in May next year..." Asked if he will be part of the cast, he said, "I assume I'm there. In the movie business, you never believe anything, you assume."
He added that Chris and co-writer Jonathan Nolan are not telling anyone who the villain will be in the new film.
In related news, Chris Nolan confirmed to Empire today that he is indeed directing, in case you had any doubts.
Warner Bros. Pictures is targeting a July 20, 2012 release date for the film.
Digital Spy meldet...
Sir Michael Caine has revealed that Christopher Nolan's next Batman movie will begin production next year.
Caine, who plays Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred Pennyworth in the superhero series, told DS: "I think they're going to do it in April, that's about as much as I know." [...]
CS! zitiert aus einem Interview mit Christopher Nolan...
[...] He still hasn't officially signed on to direct new Batman movie. "No I haven't. There is a point where you're just being precious about it and people get annoyed, but the God's honest truth is I work on one movie at a time. I'm only capable of doing that, so my head will continue to be firmly in ['Inception'] for another few months."
There are some things, though, that Nolan can confirm. "My brother is working on the screenplay. We came up with a story that we are very excited about. We particularly like where we are taking the characters and what the ending is... There are things for me to be very excited about in addressing the characters again. But ultimately it always comes down to the script, and can we make a great film from this? That's something I will firmly be turning my attention to figuring out fairly soon." It will be, he said, "the finishing of a story rather than infinitely blowing up the balloon and expanding the story."
Empire asked whether the villain could be a returning (and recast) Joker. "No," said Nolan resisting to elaborate, "I just don't feel comfortable about it." [...]
Warner Bros. Pictures has set a July 20, 2012 release date for Christopher Nolan's third Batman movie in conventional and IMAX theaters! That is a little over two weeks after Sony Pictures is releasing their Spider-Man reboot on July 3, 2012.
Nolan's second Batman movie, The Dark Knight, opened July 18, 2008 and earned more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office. [...]
Cinematical sprach kürzlich mit Nolans-Haus-und-Hof-Kameramann Wally Pfister, der nicht davon ausgeht, dass der nächste "Batman"-Film in 3D gedreht wird...
[...] the acclaimed, award-winning director of photography said that neither he nor Nolan has ruled out the possibility of shooting it using the format. "What Chris and I have talked about is doing something cool and something interesting," Pfister said. "[Director] Brad Bird was [saying] 'you've got to shoot the whole thing in IMAX!' I was like, yeah, I've talked to Chris about that." [...]
Hero Complex sprach mit Christopher Nolan...
Last week, news broke that David Goyer was exiting ABC's "FlashForward" as showrunner so that he can again concentrate on his feature career.
"As my feature projects have started ramping up again, I felt I was being pulled in too many directions," Goyer said. "I'm proud of the show and excited about the relaunch. It's in great hands."
Once again buried in a story on Deadline Hollywood is the revelation that one of those features is none other than The Dark Knight follow-up:
Of course, Goyer's feature career is really heating up, since he co-wrote Batman Begins, and penned the story for The Dark Knight, and is now writing the third Batman installment with Chris Nolan's brother Jonah.
TotalFilm.com sprach mit Christian Bale...
[...] "Will we do a third movie? It's got to be the right story. You can't make something like 'The Dark Knight' and then come out with something disappointing.
"I would like it if people say, 'You'll never make a good third movie.' I say, 'OK, let's make a third movie in that case, let's prove them wrong. But that's just me. The fact is, I have to! I've signed up! Chris doesn't. So I'm in a bit of a fix if he says he doesn't want to!" [...]
Bei GameTrailers.com gibt es neues Videomaterial zum Videospiel "Batman: Arkham Asylum" Videospiel... Und Eidos meldet...
[...] diesen Sommer wird der DUNKLE RITTER in Batman: Arkham Asylum mit seiner bis dato schwersten Herausforderung konfrontiert. Doch ein Arsenal an Gadgets, werden ihm helfen, das Wohl von Gotham City zu wahren.
Im Spiel wird Batman auch sein Markenzeichen zum Einsatz bringen: den BATARANG.
In der streng limitierten Collectors Edition bildet dieser, als 35cm großes Replikat samt Standfuß, das Herzstück. Darüber hinaus bietet die deutsche Version eine zusätzliche Challenge Map und ein Bonus-Outfit.
Die Collectors Edition erscheint für PS3, Xbox360 und Games for Windows. [...]
Heath Ledger erhielt posthum den Oscar in der Kategorie "Bester Nebendarsteller" für seine Rolle als Joker !!! Einen weiteren Oscar erhielt "The Dark Knight" in der Kategorie "Beste Tonbearbeitung"...
"The Dark Knight" has become the fourth film to take in more than $1 billion in worldwide box office.
Warner Bros. made the announcement Friday afternoon, saying that the combined domestic and international gross had totaled $1,001,082,160 to date -- about $533 million domestically and $567 million overseas.
"Knight" had been about $4 million short of the 10-figure mark when Warner Bros. re-released it into Imax screens on Jan. 23, the day after its eight Oscar nominations were announced. Grosses from Ecuador also helped nudge the Batpic over the mark, a spokeswoman said.
Only "Titanic," with $1.8 billion, "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" have topped the billion-dollar worldwide mark previously.
"Knight" also is the second-highest domestic grosser of all time, trailing only "Titanic."
Warner also noted that it's the largest 2-D digitally re-mastered Imax release in the domestic market with $49.6 million and worldwide with $64.9 million.
[...] Uslan will be onboard as executive producer for the "Dark Knight" sequel, which he estimates will be theaters by 2011. As for the identity of the next round of Batman's supervillains and love interests, Uslan remains tight-lipped. "It's one of those deals where if I told you, I'd have to kill you," he says with a chuckle. [...]
"The Dark Knight" wurde für 8 Oscars nominiert...
Heath Ledger erhielt posthum einen Golden Globe für seine Darstellung des Jokers in "The Dark Knight" !!! Und MTV.com sprach mit Aaron Eckhart über eine mögliche Rückkehr von Two-Face...
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