Deciphering Bane, turning Anne Hathaway sultry and more as Warner Bros. wraps up its $2.45 billion franchise. READ MORE
After "The Dark Knight" gave it new cachet, series like "Chicago Fire," "Boss" and "Shameless" rushed in, boosting production spending in Illinois.
The Universal release sold more than twice as many copies as the rest of the top 20 combined, while "American Reunion" topped weekly rentals. READ MORE
The History Channel mini-series sold about twice as many copies as the No. 2 title, "The Dark Knight." READ MORE
It’s no Batmobile, but Bruce Wayne’s Lamborghini is “the most dramatically styled car you can buy,” Lamborghini America’s COO tells THR. READ MORE
The first two installments of Christopher Nolan's "Batman" Trilogy dominate the charts, relegating FOX's "Three Stooges" to No. 3. READ MORE
Heath Ledger's Oscar-winning performance as the Joker in "The Dark Knight" was a work of genius — but was part of that genius inspired by the crater-voiced rock icon? READ MORE
UPDATED: As other networks yank violent programming, the basic cablers air "The Dark Knight" and "Batman Begins."
The raunchy comedy knocked "21 Jump Street" to No. 2, while anticipation for "The Dark Knight Rises" saw "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" come in at six and seven, respectively. READ MORE
Just a summer superhero flick? In an election year, both left and right are making claims and accusations about the ideological messages sent in the trilogy. READ MORE
David Goyer's eight-part historical fantasy series will roll out across FIC's 200 pay TV channels internationally in early 2013. READ MORE
Christopher Nolan's Batman finale retires the legacy to rave reviews. READ MORE
An insider asks if the geek crowd is still the best audience on which to blow marketing budgets. READ MORE
THR breaks down the day's hottest fashion headlines. READ MORE
"This is the end of our take on this character," the filmmaker says, denying rumors he'll direct a superhero ensemble movie. READ MORE
This will mark the composer's fifth collaboration with producer Christopher Nolan, on the heels of the director's three Batman movies and "Inception." READ MORE
The director says he still shoots his movies on film and will continue to do so until he finds digital images to be as high quality as what he can capture on celluloid. READ MORE
The 14-year-old will play a series regular if the network picks up the series. READ MORE
The actor details the challenges of working in China and choosing roles after becoming a star in a franchise. READ MORE
THR cover star Brad Pitt also makes the list, released in honor of IMDbPro’s 10th anniversary. READ MORE
With the help of Lieutenant Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good.
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