It is because of scumbags like this that I hold on tight to my guns. Last night the new Batman movie, "Dark Knight Rises", opened across the country. But in Aurora Colorado, a 24 year old man busted into a midnight showing of "Dark Knight Rises" and opened fire on the packed theater.
We were crushing on Claire Danes back in the ‘90s, when ‘My So-Called Life’ premiered and taught us that TV could tell compelling and realistic stories about teens (and that not every high school on TV had to look like Bayside High). And guess what? We’re still crushing on Danes after all these years.
‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ hits theaters July 20th. This means we are now solidly into the “bat days” of summer. Jimmy Fallon played his part in hyping the much-anticipated movie with a sketch in which Paul Reubens uses his Pee-wee Herman voice to overdub all the voices in a ‘Dark Knight Rises’ trailer. Check out the simple but effective edit below.
We’re less than a week away from seeing Christopher Nolan’s spectacular Bat-trilogy franchise come to a close with the release of the hotly anticipated ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ opening June 20. The new flick finds Batman matching fists with a new movie villain, Tom Hardy’s Bane, and matching wits with a brand new Catwoman, played by the lovely Anne Hathaway.
We’ve raved about Emma Stone before, but we just can’t help ourselves. She’s one of the most crush-worthy babes in Hollywood, so we see no problem with adding the sexy ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ star to our Crush list once again.
Everywhere they go, members of the original ‘Ghostbusters’ cast will be asked about the rumored third movie up until that movie’s actually playing on a screen somewhere. And every once in a while, one of those cast members will cough up a nugget of somewhat-significant news … like the fact that new writers are tackling the screenplay.
This week director Michael Bay hit up the new ‘Transformers‘ ride and set-up at Universal Studios Hollywood, and took time out to discuss a little movie called ‘Transformers 4.’ So what can we expect from the next installment of the franchise?
Rob Zombie is giving up Michael Myers’ mask in favor of a real hockey mask. The rocker-turned director has reportedly signed on to direct the upcoming film, ‘Broad Street Bullies,’ about the ’70s-era Philadelphia Flyers team that knocked off the Soviet Union’s team in a brutal competition.
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