It seems as though the great and powerful DORA THE EXPLORER is getting her own movie... Ok I know this is just a viral video created by the fine folks of college humor but who gives a shit The way they actually broke this trailer down and made inanimate object a real thing was actually pretty clever and the map is AMAZING! Go watch!
As the culmination of unparalleled expectation approaches, Christopher Nolan is set to demolish all sorts of unprecedented box office records. Now often considered to be the definitive Batman film series, there’s an ingredient of subjectivity that comes along with comparing and contrasting one artist to the next. After all, Nolan didn’t so much make Batmanas as much as Batman made Nolan, no one artistic representation outliving the caricature itself. So to celebrate the enduring livelihood of the Dark Knight, alongside his latest cinematic expose, I’m going to take a retrospective look at each and every theatrical variation leading into the Dark Knight trilogy.
Everyone has a favorite car. For many fanboys and girls that car is a batmobile. Given the opportunity to take any of theses babies for a drive we would all jump at it. Even if it was the one from batman and robin. Now enjoy this documentary on the famous car!
Sandwiched between two powerhouse blockbuster superhero franchises this summer, The Amazing Spider-Man seemed destined to be more The Mediocre Spider-Man. Audiences seemed open to (perhaps unfairly) dismiss the retelling just due to the prematurity. Not having been a full five years since Raimi's trilogy came to a very underwhelming close...it does seem a little rash. In fact, one of the reasons Sony rebooted so quickly was to keep Marvel Studio's from acquiring the rights.While Spider-Man may retain popularity, many seem reluctant to adhere to the cast change and dissuaded to see a story they're primarily already familiar with. Director Marc Webb