Christian Bale wasn’t quite satisfied with his performance as Batman in the “Dark Knight” trilogy. While promoting his new film “Knight of Cups,” Bale talked to Yahoo about how he felt he didn’t hit…
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‘Batman: The Dark Knight Returns’ Book Sales Surge After Batman vs. Superman Film Announced at Comic-Con
DC Comics is enjoying a major boost in sales of Frank Miller’s “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” now that Zack Snyder has said he’s turning to the four-part miniseries and graphic novel as…
Hollywood has long turned to novels, comicbooks, toys and videogames as sources for films and TV shows, but could Japan’s Pachinko games be next? “The Dark Knight” trilogy’s executive producer…
Christian Bale may not be suiting up as Batman in future films, but the trilogy he did star in is getting repackaged by Warner Bros. as an "ultimate collector's edition," complete with two new…
Giantscreen format prompted unusual workflow
Although Warner Bros. and Marvel's animated direct-to-video featurettes largely play to a relatively narrow base of comicbook aficionados, "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1" has the potential…
Forced by tragedy to re-evaluate its marketing and PR plans for "The Dark Knight Rises," Warner Bros. was poised to cancel the remainder of the pic's international press tour.
"The Dark Knight Rises" evaded Chinese censors, but now faces a playdate with "The Amazing Spider-Man," a box-office showdown that Warner Bros. is still working to avoid.
If toy sales are any indication, Warner Bros. has nothing to worry about the retail strength of "The Dark Knight Rises."