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The Dark Knight Rises

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  1. Christopher Nolan Refuses to Rule Out Return to Superhero Movies

    8:24 am 10/31/2014

    "Never say never"Read more

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  2. Warner Bros. Wins Appeal Over Fictional Technology in 'Dark Knight Rises'

    1:54 pm 8/14/2014

    Catwoman's favorite piece of software won't confuse those who wish to purchase a "clean slate"Read more

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  3. 'Batman Exhibit': 5 Coolest Things From the Warner Bros. Lot (Photos)

    9:00 am 6/27/2014

    Heath Ledger's cards, Michael Keaton's cowl, Christian Bale's Tumblers and George Clooney's anatomically correct batsuits are just a few of the things featured in the Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour.Read more

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  4. 'Dark Knight' Shooter James Holmes' Trial Date Set

    7:24 am 2/28/2014

    The Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooter's trial is scheduled to start on Oct. 14, a judge ruled Thursday.Read more

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

    12:47 pm 9/16/2013

    Fan video -- and Indie GoGo project -- "The Dark Knight Legacy" explores a Gotham after both Bruce Wayne and Christopher Nolan have moved on.Read more

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  6. Superman and Batman Film Set for Comic-Con Reveal

    10:41 am 7/20/2013

    Zack Snyder will direct the follow-up to his "Man of Steel" in 2015 with a tentative plan for "Flash" and "Justice League" movies to follow in 2016 and 2017, respectively, sources confirm to THR.Read more

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  7. Warner Bros. Wins Lawsuit Over Fictional Technology in 'Dark Knight Rises'

    6:31 pm 5/17/2013

    A judge realizes there's a difference between movies and reality in analyzing a trademark claim over Catwoman's favorite piece of software.Read more

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  8. Chris Nolan's 'Dark Knight Rises' Agency Fight Moves to Arbitration (Exclusive)

    7:45 am 5/1/2013

    The dispute over which agency -- CAA or WME -- is entitled to millions of dollars in commissions from the Batman director moves away from public court.Read more

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