Created by the folks over at Buho Graphics using Adobe Illustrator CS6 and Adobe After Effects CS6, the following animation takes a small selection of villains from Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight franchise and presents them in a truly minimalist fashion.
Check out the beautiful-looking debut episode of Bat Man of Shanghai, a series of anime-styled shorts by Wolf Smoke Studio, which has begun airing on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation block of programming. Set in an alternate universe, the short takes place in “1930 China and featuring an alternate version of Catwoman and a cameo by…
While speaking in an interview with GQ, The Dark Knight Rises costume designer Lindy Hemming discussed one particular deleted scene from the film that would have slightly expanded the origin story of Bane. According to Hemming, the scene would have involved a flashback sequence where the audience would have seen Bane go through training for…
A brand new IMAX poster for The Dark Knight Rises has surfaced on the web, featuring a striking black and white image of Bane. The new banner will be distributed to fans (while supplies last) at select midnight screenings for the film when it finally arrives in theaters at 12:01am on July 20th.
Following the release of three new character posters from earlier this morning, three more international posters have now surfaced for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. Included in the banners are new shots of Batman (Christian Bale), Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) and Bane (Tom Hardy).
Three new character posters have arrived for the principle superheroes (and villains) of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, featuring Batman (Christian Bale), Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) and Bane (Tom Hardy). The new one-sheets arrive on the heels of a fiery new poster released yesterday for the upcoming superhero movie.
Yet another fan-made mashup trailer has surfaced on the web, taking the audio track from the latest trailer for The Dark Knight Rises and matching it with select scenes from Batman: The Animated Series. We never get tired of watching these.
The third official trailer has arrived for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises and you know what that means. Another round of 50+ screen captures!