Tag: The Dark Knight Rises
Okay so we might have not gotten over the whole superhero hype just yet. I wanted to post this awesome clip already some time back but only managed to get a working YouTube clip now. Awesome stop motion animation featuring the Dark Knight, Batman and his arch villain the Joker. The stop motion film created by Hong Kong-based directors Derek Kwok and Henri Wong is a pretty impressive piece of work. The figures used in the film are all by Hot Toys, the company behind some of the most realistic “action figures” out there.
The Dark Knight Rises is epic. Watched it yesterday, loved it. But you know what else is epic? Burt Ward, the original Robin aka Boy Wonder. The thing with the original Robin is that he might just now fit into today’s crime fighting scene as he did back in the 60′s. Below a pretty hilarious example of why 60′s Robin might have tough time fitting in in Nolan’s Dark Knight saga.
This week will be pretty much full of superhero madness on the blog. Reason being the release of the Dark Knight Rises on Thursday which I will be checking, pronto! Being that everyone is going pretty much bat-ish crazy right now, it’s not a surprise that plenty of Batman related material starts floating on the web. How about an event bringing all of the Batmobiles from the series and movies together? How cool is that?
Just in case you weren’t hyped enough about the upcoming release of the Dark Knight Rises.
Now that we’ve seen the Avengers it’s time to start the countdown for the new Batman adventure, The Dark Knight Rises. Batman seems to have his hands full and his technology stolen with Bane not only forcing him out from retirement but also pushing the caped crusader to his limits. It’s nice that they are only revealing the tip of the iceberg in the trailer thus only getting people more psyched for the film. Check out the new trailer below.
The wait is over and we finally have another look at the upcoming Batman: The Dark Knight Rises movie. The second teaser trailer not only shows that Batman has his hands full with Bane and pretty much entire Arkham on the loose but also first view of the Catwoman. The movie looks as dope as one might expect and I can’t wait to see the entire film. But hey, summer’s only few months away…
The rumor has it that the new Batman: The Dark Knight Rises film directed by Cristpher Nolan is based on the Knight Fall comic book series famous for Bane literally breaking Batman’s back. There has been plenty of footage that indicates Batman is not going have an easy win over Bane in the upcoming movie, but the latest teaser poster furthermore indicates that this might be the end of the legend. The Legend Ends sounds ominous but I have faith Nolan won’t be killing off Batman nor breaking his back (I hope). Then again, knowing Nolan’s style we could and should be expecting interesting plot twists in the movie that is to be released on the 20th of July 2012. To further feed the fans’ appetite, there supposedly another theatrical trailer shown before the new Mission Impossibe: Ghost Protocol movie. Another good reason to catch that flick.
Last week or so has produced quite a few updates on the upcoming superhero movies. Not only have we gotten look at Captain America in action, next year’s blockbusters are already taking over the web. The latest and probably the most talked of pics are the ones of Anne Hathaway as catwoman…
We have seen the viral marketing effort behind the upcoming Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises. The marketing push for the movie continues with a teaser trailer adding fuel to the fire so to speak. The trailer shows footage from Batman Begins as well as new material that gives an even better idea of how Bane, one of Batman’s arch rivals is portrayed in the movie. Bane is the only villain to literally break Batman’s back and based on the clip, the Dark Knight definitely has to put his game face on to bring down this enemy. Click the pictures to access the leaked teaser trailer.
I have to say the latest Batman movies are leading the way in terms of viral marketing (for movies). I’m pretty sure those into movies, comics or both still remember the I believe in Harvey Dent campaign for the Dark Knight and the marketing team behind the latest Batman Adventure “The Dark Knight Rises” is following in the steps of the previous movie. Although the marketing has only kicked off, they certainly kicked off in style. Not only did they cleverly tie in social media channels like Twitter and Facebook, but they also revealed one of the most talked of characters on their site thedarkknightrises.com. This character being Bane.