Art Gallery: “The Joker”

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The Dark Knight Rises Review – Who is John Blake?

So our team at decided to see the Midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises with no regards to work in the morning. Before commenting on the movie, I would like to add that I made my first visit to the Atlas movie theater in Glendale,NY, and it  is easily one of my favorite theaters with quite possibly  the most comfortable seats in any NYC movie theater. But who gives a shit, right? This is about Batman.

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The Complete Bane Workout (The Dark Knight Rises)

Batman has seen some viciously evil villains in the Dark Knight series, but none of them come as physically terrifying as Bane. He is fast, powerful and has one of the most intimidating physiques out of any villain, ever. Read more of this post

The Dark Knight Rises 3D Street Art

Although The Dark Knight Rises doesn’t need much more marketing, there has been findings of some incredible 3D street art for the movie. The Dark Knight Rises is perhaps the most hyped blockbuster of the summer and will compete with Marvel’s The Avengers for the claim to the biggest opening weekend at the box office (which surpassed The Dark Knight at third and Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2), as well as the highest grossing superhero movie of all time which The Avengers stole from The Dark Knight in May.

Check out these amazing pieces of art:

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Um, What Did He Just Say?

Admit it, you’re excited for “The Dark Knight Rises.”

The last movie was absolutely incredible and “Batman Begins” wasn’t too shabby either. The new trailer was finally released today and I was extremely pumped to check it out.

As soon as I hopped on the train, I whipped out my iPhone and loaded it up.

It looks awesome– except for one thing… you can barely understand a word the antagonist says.

Bane, played by Tom Hardy, is the main villain in this movie (we don’t exactly know what role Catwoman will be playing, yet) but from what I saw and heard in the trailer, it seems like you’ll be watching him more than hearing him.

The Joker in “The Dark Knight” was an extremely vocal role; the blend of psychotic laughs and crazy stories, made him the perfect enemy for the second movie in the Christopher Nolan “Batman” franchise.

How are you going to make that leap?

Supposedly, I’m not the only one who thinks this either.

Many people are frustrated that you can’t understand him; Nolan seems to want it that way and what Nolan wants, he gets. They trusted him with “Inception” and that was one of the best movies of 2010, if not the best.

If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, check it out.

Let me know if you can understand everything Bane says because I can’t.

Right now, I’m not a fan, but maybe this summer when I go see the movie, I’ll love how inaudible he is and it’ll make everything that much darker.

Oh, and Joseph Gordon Levitt is going to be in this… who is the man.