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The Dark Knight

Christopher Nolan’s second instalment in the Batman trilogy was dubbed the best superhero movie of all time. Released in July 2008, it was the last film that critically acclaimed actor Heath Ledger was a part of before his untimely death. 185 more words


The Dark Knight (2008, Christopher Nolan)

Spoiler warning: these reviews reveal plot twists.

Gotham City is terrorised by a maniac calling himself the Joker…

Good guys: Wayne Manor has been destroyed, so Bruce Wayne is now living in a penthouse and using a secret base underneath the docks for all his secret Batman stuff. 1,809 more words


James Gordon's Promotion

The latest episode of Gotham- ‘Everyone has a Cobblepot’ sees a lot of focus on Jim Gordon, and his actions around the GCPD. Following the arrest and conviction of Detective Arnold Flass in a previous episode by Jim, word has obviously reached higher ears and it arises that Commissioner Loeb has not only cleared Flass of all charges, but also backed him for the role of Union President. 402 more words


Anatomically Correct?

@WetheHumanities. Quasi-anatomical pilot suit from Pacific Rim resembles woodcut from Crooke's Mikrocosmographia 1631 pic.twitter.com/6KQTUHOvy2

— Dr Ian Jenkins (@IJColeZoology) March 11, 2015

We have become used to the idea, rather recently, that our live action superheroes resemble those drawn on the page and in animations, in terms of their exaggerated physicality. 

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How Christopher Nolan Realized Aaron Eckhart Was The Perfect Harvey Dent

The tragic death of Heath Ledger and his incredible performance as the Joker led much of the coverage around Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins follow-up, The Dark Knight… 814 more words


Viral Marketing | how it should be done

In May 2007, 42 Entertainment began working on the marketing campaign “Why So Serious?” for the movie The Dark Knight (2008).  What 42 Entertainment didn’t know was that they were about to set in motion one of the most in-depth and interactive marketing campaigns ever. 845 more words

In The News

Batman Forever (1995, Joel Schumacher)

Spoiler warning: these reviews reveal plot twists.

It’s double trouble for Batman when he has to combat both former District Attorney Harvey ‘Two-Face’ Dent and ex-employee Edward Nygma, aka the Riddler… 1,069 more words