"The Batman had to come back. I suppose he always will."
Seriously. Just take a look!
We're calling this "Origotham."
There are so many spoilers in this. So many.
The following contains spoilers of the filmic and medical varieties. Don't read until you've seen The Dark Knight Rises.
There are some essential characters you'll need a quick reminder about.
Often in these situations, we duck hard truths by creating narratives.
An ode to the ultimate pantless power women.
Despite running nearly three hours, Christopher Nolan's third Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, leaves a lot out.
Whatever else The Dark Knight Rises is or isn’t, it’s big — very big.
How many can you count?
In our latest edition of Vulture Scavenger, we waded through all six modern Batman films and accompanying materials.
"The movie has been in the works for a long time."
"From director Christopher Nolan, who prompts fanboy boners from whatever he touches ... " Touché.
It's really been a rough go for Catwoman, huh?
Walt Jr. as James Gordon? Obviously.
Plus: Christopher Nolan gave Morgan Freeman a stuffed bat in a glass box, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.