To be taken with a Batmobile-size grain of salt.
Less of a "says" and more of a "creaks."
Eddie Murphy! Shia LaBeouf! Cher! Joseph Gordon-Levitt, now, too!
Christopher Nolan's 'Dark Knight' followup on July 20, 2012.
A new stage show is planned for Bruce Wayne.
And don't forget Darkwing Duck, Zorro the Gay Blade, and Buttman! Fear their lack of power!
Plus a Double Down double team, on our regular late-night roundup.
Get excited, fans of rebooted things!
Nikki Finke says scribes David Goyer and Jonah Nolan have started the screenplay for the third Christopher Nolan–directed Batman film.
Kevin Smith says both!
'The Sun' reports that Megan Fox will play Catwoman in the next Batman movie, which means she almost certainly won't.
Unfortunately, not in the next movie, but rather, in a cartoon.
"The fact is, I have to! I've signed up! Chris [Nolan] doesn't."
Is it going to be any good? Hard to tell at this point.
With all the emotion and enthusiasm of a guy ordering a sandwich, we might add.
Are these the front-runners for Best Picture?
The Academy has ruled that Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard's score is, in fact, eligible for Oscar consideration.
A legion of online Batfans have launched their own 'unofficial grassroots effort to support 'The Dark Knight' for the 2008 Academy Awards.'
The CW has announced it will be scrapping 'The Graysons,' an origins show centered around Batman sidekick Robin and his circus-performing family.
OF COURSE HE'LL BE BACK!
A new show about Robin's life before he became Batman's sidekick could replace 'Smallville.'
DC Comics has ordered a recall of the entire print because censored profanities are clearly visible through the black bars.
Both Cher and Johnny Depp have pooh-poohed rumors about their playing Catwoman and the Riddler.
Could a short, chubby dork really take on Christian Bale’s high-tech Batman while wearing a monocle?
According to a poorly sourced report in an unreliable British fishwrap, she'll play the villain as a 'vamp in her twilight years.'