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The Dark Knight Rises (movie)

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  • ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’: Batmobile center stage in clip from 2015 game

     
    Batman is getting a next-gen makeover — and so is the Batmobile. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment unveiled […]...
  • NBCUniversal Inks Deal with Tom Hardy's Production Outfit

    LONDON -- NBCUniversal Intl. Television Production has inked a two-year first-look pact with Hardy Son & Baker, the production company set up by actor Tom Hardy ("Dark Knight Rises," "Inception") and production partner Dean Baker. JoAnn Alfano, executive...
  • Mass killers hold culture -- and country -- hostage

    Can we please stop holding the country hostage to crazy people? Every year a tiny number of mentally ill people go on horrific killing sprees. It just happened in California. I won't name the person because I think the media attention lavished on these...
  • Box Office: 'The Other Woman' to Ensnare 'Captain America,' 'Heaven Is for Real'

    The lull before the summer box office storm begins next weekend sees a trio of modest newcomers bow nationwide Friday. Tracking in the mid-to-high teens, Fox's femme-driven PG-13-rated comedy "The Other Woman" leads the pack of new entries, expected to...
  • Cannes: Tom Hardy Gangster Movie 'Legend' Acquired by Cross Creek (EXCLUSIVE)

    Cross Creek Pictures has acquired Northern American rights to the gangster film "Legend" starring Tom Hardy. "42′s" Brian Helgeland is writing and directing with Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Christopher Clark and Quentin Curtis producing for Working...
  • Less is so much more in suspense drama 'Locke'

      Less is so much more in suspense drama 'Locke'
    It should be incredibly dull, just a man in his car on the phone. Yet the new British film "Locke" is gripping in its simplicity, wringing deep, suspenseful drama from a man making difficult decisions from which there will be no turning back. As he drives...
  • ‘Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham’ trailer takes Batman, Superman to space

     
    Lego Batman fans: Ready for an all-new challenge? This fall “Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham” hits stores. A new trailer […]...
  • 'Batman Vs. Superman' Director Unveils New Batmobile

     
    I shot this with my @Leica_Camera M Monochrom. #Batman #Batmobile #Gotham http://t.co/WPHKLxgBLM pic.twitter.com/p5DEf6fLzJ ??? ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) May 13, 2014 If we may appropriate the popular way to describe a mullet haircut in describing the...
  • Review: Tom Hardy's acting will keep your eyes locked on 'Locke'

    It sounds contrived, and it is. It sounds like a bit of a stunt, and it is that too. It may even sound boring, but that it is not. In fact, whip-smart filmmaking by writer-director Steven Knight and his team combined with Tom Hardy's mesmerizing acting...
  • 20 Billion-Dollar Composer: For Hans Zimmer, 'The Real Risk Is Playing It Safe'

    Composer Hans Zimmer -- the first creative to raise Variety's Billion-Dollar milestone 20-fold since the series was introduced in 1993 -- likes to take chances. Who else would have: » Recorded a London brass section, electronically processed their...
  • Reel Critics: 'Spider-Man' does whatever a sequel can

    Reel Critics: 'Spider-Man' does whatever a sequel can
    "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" is jam-packed with all the razzle-dazzle special effects possible. The noisy action scenes are louder, stronger and longer than ever. The quiet moments between CGI circus acts show the softer side of Spidey's life. Andrew...
  • Marion Cotillard on Her 'Two Days, One Night' Role: 'I Had Written Her Whole Life Before We Meet Her'

    It is the voice -- lilting, lightly French-accented -- that one notices first, even before fully registering the famous face. You notice it because, in the movies, Marion Cotillard so rarely sounds like herself, whether affecting Edith Piaf's nasal warble...