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'Dark Knight Legacy' Fan Film Goes Beyond Nolan's Trilogy (Video)

'Dark Knight Legacy' Fan Film Goes Beyond Nolan's Trilogy (Video)

The announcement that Ben Affleck would be taking over as Batman for 2015's Man of Steel sequel brought disappointment for all those who had hoped to see more of Joseph Gordon Levitt's "John Blake" as the Dark Knight following the end of 2012's The Dark Knight Rises. Just because Warner Bros. is finished with Blake, however, that doesn't mean everyone is -- as The Dark Knight Legacy, a new fan-produced project, demonstrates.

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Superman and Batman Film Set for Comic-Con Reveal

Superman and Batman Film Set for Comic-Con Reveal

After decades of fighting evil solo, Batman and Superman will finally be teaming up on the big screen, multiple sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter

Warner Bros. is expected to announce at its Hall H panel that as the follow-up to Man of Steel, it is pairing two of the most recognizable superheroes in the world for a one-two punch that will be directed by Zack Snyder.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 'Looper' Star, Is Having an Awesome 2012

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 'Looper' Star, Is Having an Awesome 2012

Considering the year he's having, Joseph Gordon-Levitt may want to see if Rian Johnson can make him a real life time machine, too. He'll want to return to 2012.

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Christian Bale Flies Young Cancer Patient to Disneyland (Photo)

Christian Bale Flies Young Cancer Patient to Disneyland (Photo)

Forget his efforts to defeat Bane; Christian Bale is proving more heroic off-screen this summer.

The Dark Knight Rises star has quietly completed his second act of major kindness in the past two months, as he flew four-year old leukemia patient Jayden Barber and his entire family out to Los Angeles for an intimate lunch at Disneyland's Club 33 earlier this week.

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'Batman Maybe': Reclusive Bruce Wayne Serenaded (Video)

'Batman Maybe': Reclusive Bruce Wayne Serenaded (Video)

It looks like the "Call Me Maybe" craze hasn't ended yet, with an enterprising group called "NoBatStache" posting a version of Carly Rae Jepsen's pop single called "Call Me Batman" that's garnered 800,000 views.

PHOTOS: Batman's Onscreen Villains, From the Joker to Bane

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Discusses Potential 'Dark Knight Rises' Sequel

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Discusses Potential 'Dark Knight Rises' Sequel

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is known for his work in everything from adorable comedies (500 Days of Summer) to mind-bending thrillers (Inception) and, coming soon, an action film about bike messengers (Premium Rush).

[Warning: Major spoiler if you have not seen The Dark Knight Rises.]

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David Cronenberg Slams Superhero Films, Calls 'Dark Knight Rises' Boring

David Cronenberg Slams Superhero Films, Calls 'Dark Knight Rises' Boring

Go down the list of shared aspects between The Dark Knight Rises and Cosmopolis: They both feature a city in tumult, the overthrow of an economic system, a brooding billionaire and a really cool ride. But the similarities end there, as far as director David Cronenberg is concerned.

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'Gangster Squad' Reshoots Set for Aug. 20 in L.A.'s Chinatown (Exclusive)

'Gangster Squad' Reshoots Set for Aug. 20 in L.A.'s Chinatown (Exclusive)

Warner Bros. has set the week of August 20 for reshoots of Gangster Squad, the movie whose release date was shifted in response to the Aurora, Colo., theater shootings.

Gangster Squad, a period crime drama starring Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn and Josh Brolin, featured a key action sequence with mobsters bursting through the silver screen of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood with Tommy guns blazing. The bloody gunplay continued in the lobby and courtyard and spilled onto Hollywood Boulevard.

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'Dark Knight Rises' Deleted Scene Teases Bane Origin

'Dark Knight Rises' Deleted Scene Teases Bane Origin

Was Bane intended to have a more sympathetic side?

According to The Dark Knight Rises costume designer Lindy Hemming, Christopher Nolan shot a scene that showed more of Tom Hardy’s villain being injured as a youth—the aftermath of which might have made audiences feel more sorry for him.

Hemming, who has yet to see the film, told GQ this injury not only led to Bane's wearing of his iconic mask, but also to his needing a waist belt and braces.

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'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns' Due on Blu-ray, DVD in September

'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns' Due on Blu-ray, DVD in September

As Christopher Nolan’s series of Batman films comes to a close, Warner Bros. is determined to see the character’s saga continue on the small screen. On September 25, Warner Home Video is releasing the feature-length animated adventure Batman: The Dark Knight Returns via its direct-to-DVD imprint, Warner Premiere.

PHOTOS: 'Dark Knight Returns': Images From the Animated Film (Exclusive Photos)

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Superhero Stars: Does a Comic Book Film Help or Hurt a Career?

Superhero Stars: Does a Comic Book Film Help or Hurt a Career?

With a cape and greenscreen, and the tailwind of 20 years of anticipation, Brandon Routh was flying toward fame as Superman. Until he hit box-office kryptonite, that is.

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Delayed 'Batman, Incorporated' Comic Shows Teacher Terrorizing Students (Report)

Delayed 'Batman, Incorporated' Comic Shows Teacher Terrorizing Students (Report)

A panel from the delayed issue of Batman, Incorporated shows a teacher aiming a gun at her students.

The comic's scene-in-question, posted on TMZ, features the pistol-wielding teacher brandishing the weapon at the terrified teens, saying: "Everything you've been taught is a lie. You're being groomed as slaves, while the rich mock you with the eternal promise of a success you'll never achieve."

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DC Comics Delays 'Batman, Incorporated' No. 3 After 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting

DC Comics Delays 'Batman, Incorporated' No. 3 After 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting

DC Comics has asked retailers to delay the sale of the next issue of Batman, Incorporated for a month, out of respect to the victims of the movie theater mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado.

The publisher sent the request via email to comic shops and other stores, while artist Chris Burnham gave a public explanation for the hold up on his Twitter account.

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'Dark Knight Rises' and Kevin Smith: In the Audience for Somber 'Spoilers' (Video)

'Dark Knight Rises' and Kevin Smith: In the Audience for Somber 'Spoilers' (Video)

Kevin Smith’s Spoilers is, if you’ve never seen it on Hulu (or, if you live abroad, potentially on a TV station somewhere on your dial), a show in which the ever-gregarious Smith takes 30-40 normal folks to the movies on opening night, then brings them back to a television studio to talk about it.

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