Tag: The Dark Knight
When most people think about Christian books that compare and contrast pop culture figures or films with the Bible, the idea makes them sneer and say to themselves, "Here they go again. Those religious fanatics have to find God somewhere in everything to justify watching or listening to it." That could be true. However, what's wrong with examining the parallels between two pieces of literature that seem drastically different from each other?
Our big contest to win an authentic The Dark Knight script, signed by Heath Ledger, Christian Bale, Aaron Eckhart, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Gary Oldman, Anthony Michael Hall & Michael Caine, is now over. We announce the winner of our contest here.
Our good buds over at Movie Script Zone are partnering with us once again to give our readers a chance to win an official The Dark Knight script signed by the cast including Christian Bale and Heath Ledger!
The Dark Knight Rises is filming in Pittsburgh. As bad as that might seem, there's one thing good about it; those Pittsburgians sure know how to take set photos, including the full reveal of Bane's costume! Check out more shots of him, the tumbler, Gary Oldman, and Marion Cotillard in full costume after the jump.
Another villain is added to an already overstuffed film. And you know what? I'm pefectly fine with that.
[Update] It appears as though Catillard's representatives have confirmed that she is 'in talks' for a role in TDKR. No confirmation on what the role is, but we can at least elevate this above a rumor. [Update]
We've known for a while now that there will be two female leads in The Dark Knight Rises: a love interest and a villain. Since the casting of Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle a few weeks ago, Bat-fans have been waiting for the other shoe to drop. That wait may be over; a French newspaper is reporting that Marion Cotillard has been cast in The Dark Knight Rises.
After much opining and pontificating, the internet finally has its answers in regards to the new characters and cast of The Dark Knight Rises: Anne Hathaway will be playing Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman), and Tom Hardy will be playing Bane.
As Chris Nolan goes on his press tour promoting the impending release of Inception on Blu-ray and DVD, news about his upcoming Bat-sequel is seeping through. While information is still relatively scant about The Dark Knight Rises, a holistic view of what we know about the project helps give shape to the most anticipated film of 2012.