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An X-rated dating site has confirmed that suspected Colorado shooter James Holmes was, indeed, a client, having made a profile for the service on July 5 and last logging in some time this week.
Adult Friend Finder tells TMZ that it traced the profile in question back to Aurora, Colorado – the town in which Holmes is accused of killing 12 people who were attending a showing of The Dark Knight Rises – and that the address and date of birth entered match those of the alleged murderer.
The profile lists basic information, such as Holmes labeling himself a “light/social drinker,” while alsoMore >
In the wake of today’s horrific Dark Knight Rises shooting in Colorado, Warner Bros. has chosen to pull the trailer for another movie out of theaters.
The preview for Gangster Squad, which has been online since May and is posted below, was NOT played prior to this morning’s Batman feature and has NOT been attached to most of The Dark Knight Rises screenings around the country.
Still, one scene does depict mobsters opening fire inside a movie theater and, with the spot scheduled to start running nationwide this weekend, the studio thought it was inappropriate to air at such a time.More >
With all apologizes to The Incredible Hulk: Bruce Wayne is angry. And you don’t want to see him when he’s angry.
In the latest The Dark Knight Rises trailer, we see a chaotic Gotham, ravaged by Tom Hardy’s chemically-imbalance and altered Bane. There are hijacked vehicles, turned-over cars, teams of armed police officers, a few shots of Catwoman, panoramic views of the troubled city and, finally, these words from Batman himself:
“I’m not afraid. I’m angry.”
Oh, it’s on Bane. You’re in for it now…
Go here to see the original: New Dark Knight Rises Trailer:More >
Filming on The Dark Knight Rises has come to an end and, with it, so has the portrayal of this iconic super hero by Christian Bale.
“I wrapped a few days ago so that will be the last time I’m taking that [Batman hood] off,” the actor star told the Philippine Daily Inquirer this week. “I believe that the whole production wrapped yesterday, so it’s all done. Everything’s finished. It’s me and [director Christopher Nolan] – that will be the end of that Batman era.”
Bale and Nolan first teamed up in 2005 on Batman Begins, a critically-acclaimed installment ofMore >
First, we got a look at Tom Hardy as Bane.
Now, Warner Bros. has released the first photo of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman, as she takes to the streets in a fun ride:
The iconic character was introduced by Julie Newmar in the 1966 Batman TV series. Since then, Eartha Kitt, Michelle Pfeiffer and Halle Berry have all donned the slick, leather black outfit of Catwoman.
While Hathaway won’t reveal anything about her version – “I signed a blood oath,” she said upon accepting the role – at least we now have an idea of what she’ll look like. Thoughts?
The Dark Knight Rises comes out on July 20,More >
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the new box office champion. It broke pretty much every record over the weekend, knocking The Dark Knight into second place in many categories.
But for how long can Harry, Hermione and company hold off The Caped Crusader?
Christian Bale will fly into action again in July 2012, as teased in the preview that played prior to all Deathly Hallows screenings around the country over the past few days. Check it out here:
If The Joker, The Riddler and The Penguin could not slay Batman, what chance do a few young wizardsMore >
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is finally out.
As if this isn’t exciting enough for movie fans, those who attend a screening this weekend will be treated to the first official trailer for The Dark Knight Rises. What does it include?
- A hospitalized Commissioner Gordon, telling someone off screen: “You were gone. There is evil rising. The Batman must come back.”
- A shot of Tom Hardy as Bane.
- A longer shot of buildings collapsing that echoes the poster released this week.
Prepare for the “epic conclusion to The Dark Knight Legend,” hitting theaters in July 2012, below (better versionMore >
Warner Bros. planning Flash, Wonder Woman & Justice League movie and maybe a Batman & Robin Reboot too!
Justice League by Alex Ross (DC Comics)
(HMG Celebrity News) – Marvel Comics has made a clear roadmap from Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America to The Avengers ensemble. Meanwhile DC comics has had problems getting their super hero ensemble off the ground. Green Lantern starring Ryan Reynolds, is due in less than three months, but may be Warner Bros.’ riskiest bet of the year. But Jeff Robinov, who will take over as president of the Warner Bros. motion picture group this week, tells the Los Angeles Times that scripts are already being written for big screen takes on Flash and Wonder Woman,More >
(HMG Celebrity News) – It’s turning out to be a star-studded cast for Christopher Nolan’s third Batman film, “The Dark Knight Rises.” According to Variety, opposing new Oscar winner Christian Bale back as Batman, will be “Inception” and “500 Days of Summer” star Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who has officially signed on to the cast to play Alberto Falcone, the son of mob boss and major “Batman Begins” villain Carmine Falcone, played in that film by Tom Wilkinson. Alberto Falcone, in the DC Universe known as The Holiday Killer, brings Nolan’s superhero trilogy full-circle and pits anotherMore >
Who will Batman take on in The Dark Knight Rises, the wildly-anticipated third movie in this franchise to be directed by Christopher Nolan?
New spoilers leaked online claim to reveal the main storyline for this July 2012 blockbuster. Consider yourself warned: stop reading now if you wish to be surprised in the theater…
The plot will reportedly focus on the League of Shadows, a vigilante group led by the daughter of Ra al Ghul, Talia (Marion Cotillard).
As Bane, Tom Hardy will star as Talia’s muscle and possible love interest, while Joseph Gordon-Levitt portrays another villain connectedMore >
Are you ready for the The Dark Knight to rise?
Christopher Nolan has revealed the title for the third installment in his Batman series. Slated for a summer 2012 release, it will be called The Dark Knight Rises. The director has also revealed one more tidbit about the wildly-anticipated film: The Riddler will NOT be the villain.
“We’ll use many of the same characters as we have all along, and we’ll be introducing some new ones,” Nolan said of the script.
The Dark Knight is considered one of the best movies in the history of Hollywood. It earned Heath Ledger a posthumous Oscar for hisMore >