Few blockbusters have borne so heavy a burden of audience expectation as "The Dark Knight Rises," and Christopher Nolan steps up to the occasion with a cataclysmic vision of Gotham City under siege.
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Alfred Pennyworth has become Bruce Wayne's most trusted ally in Batman's fight against crime. Of course, it helps that he's more than just an English butler who can get the smell of Catwoman's…
Having memorably explored the Caped Crusader's origins in "Batman Begins," director Christopher Nolan puts all of Gotham City under a microscope in "The Dark Knight," the enthralling second…
With the first half of 2005 closing out, international box office has remained solid but not spectacular -- particularly when compared with the supercharged 2004 results.
Early returns here and overseas for Warner Bros.' "Batman Begins" suggest the streak of disappointing weekends may be ending. Pic opened Wednesday with $15 million from 3,718 theaters.
The "Batman Begins" premiere was supposed to be Christian Bale's big night. After all, the man in the bat suit hasn't been onscreen in eight years. But no one seemed to care about the headliner, much…
It's more Bruce Wayne than caped crusader in "Batman Begins," a telling of the legendary character's formative experiences that gives precedence to psychology over super-heroics. Lavishly produced…