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Hathaway to be Catwoman

by on Jan.19, 2011, under Movies

Teh Kitteh is in! Anne Hathaway (Alice In Wonderland, The Princess Diaries) will be the next Catwoman in the next installment in the Christopher Nolan Batman franchise, The Dark Knight Rises, Warner Bros. announced today. Hathaway beat out Keira Knightley, Jessica Biel and others who tested for the role opposite Christian Bale. She joins a pantheon of previous kitties: Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt and Lee Meriweather from the 1960s Batman TV series (and movie), Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns, and Hally Berry in the failed Catwoman spinoff movie.

WB also identified the role that Tom Hardy (Inception) will play – Bane, a more recent villain created in 1993 for the comic and is best known for breaking Batman’s back in the Knightfall serial.

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Third Batman movie confirmed

by on Apr.30, 2010, under Movies

Another case of the IMAX announcement that got out a little ahead of the studios, although it shouldn’t be a surprise for anyone: A third Batman feature from Christopher Nolan has been confirmed by Warner Bros. with a release date of July 20, 2012 – although there aren’t any further details than that, including a production start date.

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The Dark Knight Blu-Ray Disc review

by on Dec.06, 2008, under Video/DVD

The best of the Batman franchise movies so far (both in my opinion and by box office receipts) gets its Blu-Ray and DVD release this Tuesday…Read More for a review of both the movie and the Blu-Ray disc…and if you are interested in some web-based Batman diversions, check out The Dark Knight Widget and The Dark Knight Puzzle.

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Steve Vertlieb reviews Batman: The Dark Knight

by on Jul.27, 2008, under Movies

The Thunder Child writes “Steve Vertlieb is a film writer who has contributed several articles to The Thunder Child, from the music of Miklos Rosza to his first meeting with The Blob, and now, he discusses the new movie, The Dark Knight.

If you’re a fan of Steve’s, or if you want to see a different view of this new entry in the Batman ethos, please check out:

Other articles from Steve are on the work of Boris Karloff:

the music of Bernard Herrmann:

Miklos Rosza:

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