Fans of the cult-classic 90's cartoon, Batman: The Animated series were elated when it was rumored that HBO Max would be bringing back the beloved program but with a different tone.
While it's still weird to have a barely 200-pound Batman running around Gotham City and kicking ass all night long (even Michael Keaton had a dad bod going for him in the '80s), Pattison aka Edward Cullen's hand skills seemed on point as he pummeled what seemed to be a Joker disciple to the ground.
Heroes become vigilantes, and vigilantes become heroes in the upcoming game Gotham Knights.
Little by little The Batman director Matt Reeves has been giving comic book fans sneak peaks into his highly anticipated Batman reboot and after showing us how Robert Pattison looks in a cape and cowl, the director has previewed what the caped crusader would be pushing around Gotham City. Hint, it’s a throwback.
Of all the Jokers we’ve gotten over the decades, from Cesar Romero’s rendition of the classic Batman villain in the 1960s. to more recently, Joaquin Phoenix’s portrayal of the Clown Prince of Crime, Jared Leto’s depiction of the “hipster” Joker in 2016’s Suicide Squad was easily the least memorable and most forgettable. Maybe that’s the […]
Just when it seemed like DC was getting their cinematic world back on track with critically acclaimed films like Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and even Shazam (who saw that one coming?), they go and polarize their fan base with a shocking new move that literally none of them asked for.
The world’s worst kept secret has finally been confirmed, Ben Affleck’s run as Batman is over. The announcement comes along with the reveal of the next Batman movie arriving June 25, 2021 Deadline reports.
The CW has found its Batwoman, and it will be none other than former Orange Is The New Black star, Ruby Rose.
After a few weeks of rumors, hype, and downright hope, it’s been made official: Joe Manganiello is Deathstroke. According to The Wall Street Journal, The True Blood and Magic Mike star is set to star opposite Ben Affleck in Affleck’s first solo Batman movie and fans – and comic book connoisseurs alike – couldn’t be happier about […]
Batman: The Killing Joke by Allan Moore and Brian Bolland is a must read graphic novel for any official Batman fan. The comic is getting a proper animated film treatment, and it sports an R-rating.