There are many directors out there who will probably never make a horror film, but are stylistically idiosyncratic enough that we can safely assume what it might be like if they tried. With any luck, someday one of these hypothetical films will become a reality. Except the Judd Apatow one. No one wants that.
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With the July 20th release date for The Dark Knight Rises looming, fans are chomping at the bits for anything they can get their grubby little paws on. Now, Empire Online has the entire soundtrack available for streaming right here, giving fans the opportunity to hear what the film is all about. Composed solely by Hans Zimmer, the 15-track soundtrack is full of brooding, dark, percussive melodies that only accentuate the serious and intense tone that we’ve come to know and love from the series. None of the track titles really give anything away, but it’s still interesting enough for a listen.
Directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Anne Hathaway, and Tom Hardy, The Dark Knight Rises takes place eight years after the events of The Dark Knight. READ MORE
Holy crap, holy crap, holy crap! I’m sure some of you have already sat through the insufferable bootleg copy of this Dark Knight Rises trailer, but now you can enjoy it in all it’s HD glory! This is an incredibly epic trailer to say the least, offering a first real peak at Bane. In case you’re wondering what Bane mumbles under his mask, he says “When Gotham is ashes, you have my permission to die.” That’ll give you the chills. Check the trailer below!
The official website for The Dark Knight Rises revealed a brand new poster for the upcoming, and final, Batman film with a caption that reads, “the legend ends”…that’s enough to give ya the goosebumps. Check the larger, wallpaper size poster, after the break.
At this point I am pretty sure that each and every one of us is going to be able to see Christopher Nolan’s “THE DARK KNIGHT RISES” before the year is out from bootleg footage alone, but who am I to deny any of you that privilege? Beyond the break you can check out even MORE on-looker footage directly from the set in PA, and feast your eyes on Bruce’s all new aerial vehicle! Read on for the skinny…
At this rate we won’t even have to pay the $10s for a ticket to see director’s Christopher Nolan’s “THE DARK KNIGHT RISES” if the filmmakers continue to allow amateur footage to be taken the way that they have lately. Today two all new, spoiler filled, videos hit the net, and if you dare to make the trek beyond the break you can see yet another action packed fight sequence between The Dark Knight himself, and Tom Hardy’s “BANE”. Read on for the skinny…
It is very rare that Christopher Nolan (“MEMENTO”, “THE DARK KNIGHT”) allows so much early footage of films leak out into the ether, but thankfully due to the efforts of some very dedicated fans armed to the teeth with digital media and unrestrained by journalistic red-tape, we now have the clearest imagery yet of several of the “THE DARK KNIGHT RISES” characters, including Bane! Inside you can get some more JPEG – oodness, but if MPEG’s are all that will tickle your jollies, then you can take a look at a handful of videos from the set, including an action packed throw-down between the Dark Knight himself, and Bane! Read on for the skinny…
The wait is over boys and girls, the very first “The Dark Knight Rises” poster was revealed by Warner Bros. last night! The poster depicts Gotham skyscrapers crumbling to the ground with a pervasive Bat-symbol taking shape among the ruins. Read on for the skinny…
Now here’s something that transcends exciting… Inception, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan is producing a horror film!
Nolan’s company, Syncopy, has set up an untitled supernatural thriller at Warner Bros. and hired Keith Gordon to write and direct, reports Deadline.
Nolan’s former assistant and right-hand guy Jordan Goldberg is the prime mover on the project, and Nolan and partner Emma Thomas will take executive producer credit, insiders say.
Details are scant, but they’re told it’s based on a novel. Gordon is the actor (he starred in Christine) turned director who most recently has been directing episodes of series that include “The Killing” and “Dexter.”
This is Nolan’s second venture into producing as he’s working with director Zack Snyder on Man of Steel for Warners.
Two Los Angeles homicide detectives are dispatched to a northern town where the sun doesn’t set to investigate the methodical murder of a local teen.