So much for waiting The Avengers movie to open this weekend in the U.S. to see the new trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises" Batman trailer.
Within 1 day, the trailer was seen by 2 million people and also drove people overseas to see The Avengers movie last weekend where it pulled in $178 million dollars in its opening weekend over there.
This is the final Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale Batman/Dark Knight films. Both films before this 3rd one have been instant classics with comic book and movie lovers.
It is not a matter of will you see this Dark Knight movie, but when?-DocFB
The new Batman "The Dark Knight Rises" trailer has been officially released. That still is not stopping it from being taken down.
A week after Batman "The Dark Knight Rises" hit the Internet, and was taken down everywhere, Warner Bros. has officially released the trailer. It debuted with the new "Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows 2" movie over the weekend.
It features Christian Bale returning to the role of Bruce Wayne and Batman along with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle aka Catwoman, Tom Hardy as Bane, Marion Cotillard, Morgan Freeman, and Robin Williams.
Check out the trailer and let is know what you think!-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Anne Hathaway Is An Interesting Choice For Catwoman, No?
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The new Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises" trailer is supposed to debut this weekend with the new Harry Potter movie. But, someone was able to sneak a camera in to an advance screening of the movie and got the new Christopher Nolan Dark Knight trailer early.
Bane is the villain for this movie and we see Commissioner Gordon in the hospital pleading for Batman's help? Hmm. It's very dark but the effect of skyscraper's falling into the shape of a bat is cool.
Check out the trailer and let us know what you think.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: July 2012 Is Going To Be A Hot One
"Avatar" holds on to the number 1 spot at the box office despite a big Christmas opening for Robert Downey Jr.'s "Sherlock Holmes" and the box office had it's highest total in quite some time.
Over the 3 day weekend, people bought about $278 million in tickets, which was more than the $261 million that the box office made when "The Dark Knight Returns" opened. It just shows, despite the bad economy, people want to go to the movies and be entertained.
1. Avatar: $75 million
2. Sherlock Holmes $65 million
3. Alvin & The Chipmunks 2 $50 million
4. It's Complicated $22 million
5. Up In The Air $11 million
"Nine" only made a little over $5 million. "Avatar" has taken in $212 million domestically.
The industry is expecting the business to continue through the next weekend.-Dr.FB
Transformers 2 made $201 million over the first 5 days despite very lackluster reviews and making more than the studio thought it would. Score one for Michael Bay.
Although due to other reports, it did not eclipse the Dark Knight's total from last summer of $203 million. It did make $112 million this weekend alone.
We will see how much the movie drops this 4thof July weekend with Johnny Depp's Public Enemies due out.-Dr.FB
In what sounds like a plot straight out of a Hollywood movie, Christopher Nolan's brother Matthew Nolan has been arrested for the kidnap and murder of a man named Robert Cohen. The allegations are as follows:
According to reports, Cohen owed $7 million dollars to an un-named Florida man. In order to recover the money, Matthew Nolan and an accomplice named Daniel Mejia concocted a plot where Nolan posed as a multi-millionaire jewel dealer, and lured Cohen to Costa Rica on the pretense of entering a business deal with the victim. Once Cohen was in Costa Rica, Nolan and Mejia allegedly kidnapped him and held him for ransom, and when their demands weren't met, they killed Cohen.
The FBI arrested Nolan in Chicago Thursday and he is being held without bail and awaiting extradition to Costa Rica.
Variety is reporting that Leonardo DiCaprio is wrapping up negotiations to star in the Chris Nolan (Memento, The Dark Knight) directed sci-fi thriller Inception, which Nolan wrote. Filming is set to get underway this year, with a targeted release of summer 2010.
Nolan and Emma Thomas will produce the film for Warner Bros.