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Ben Affleck Is The New Batman!!!!! He’s Taking Over As The Dark Knight In 2015′s Man Of Steel Sequel!

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Warner Bros. just announced that Ben Affleck will play Batman in next summer’s Man of Steel sequel!!

As sad as we are to see Christian Bale move on to greener pasturers, we’re totally …

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DVD BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS PART 1 (2012) BRAND NEW RELEASE NEW/SEALED!

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‘Dark Knight Rises’ Blu-Ray Set Comes with Batman Parts Plopped on Top

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Arriving December 4, The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray/DVD/digital combo release has been revealed, and, as reported by EW, the set will also include a documentary about the Batmobile, a collection of 17 behind-the-scenes making-of shorts, The Journey of Bruce Wayne featurette, as well as trailers and art galleries. More noticeably, it also comes with a recognizable chunk of rubber mask plopped on top. Your move, Mrs. Doubtfire Drive-By-Fruiting Platinum Edition.

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Box Office: “The Dark Knight Rises” Holds Off “Total Recall” to Keep Top Spot

Claiming frontrunner status for the third straight week, “The Dark Knight Rises” once again sits atop the box office to begin the weekend of August 3-5, 2012.

Certainly encountering stiffer competition in the newly released crop of contenders, Christopher Nolan’s final Batman installment starring Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway still managed to build a slim lead thanks to Friday earnings of $ 10.2 million (est.) with forecasts pegged at a $ 36 million three day take.

In what comes as a disappointing showing, the Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale starring action newcomer “Total Recall” posted runner-up worthy ticket sales with a projected $ 9.5 million opening day. Unfortunately, the Len Wiseman directed revamp’s estimated $ 26.5 million inaugural weekend total puts the pressure on for big International sales if Sony Pictures hopes to cover the project’s $ 150 million price tag.

Filling out the top five at the box office in expected totals are the just-released David Bowers directed family comedy “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” ($ 17 million), followed by Twentieth Century Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios’ animated tale “Ice Age: Continental Drift” ($ 7.8 million) and a too close to call race for fifth between Vince Vaughn/Jonah Hill/Ben Stiller starring comedy “The Watch” ($ 5.6 million) and Mark Wahlberg and the Mila Kunis front talking teddy bear film “Ted” ($ 5.6 million).

Box Office: “The Dark Knight Rises” Holds Off “Total Recall” to Keep Top Spot

Claiming frontrunner status for the third straight week, “The Dark Knight Rises” once again sits atop the box office to begin the weekend of August 3-5, 2012.

Certainly encountering stiffer competition in the newly released crop of contenders, Christopher Nolan’s final Batman installment starring Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway still managed to build a slim lead thanks to Friday earnings of $ 10.2 million (est.) with forecasts pegged at a $ 36 million three day take.

In what comes as a disappointing showing, the Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale starring action newcomer “Total Recall” posted runner-up worthy ticket sales with a projected $ 9.5 million opening day. Unfortunately, the Len Wiseman directed revamp’s estimated $ 26.5 million inaugural weekend total puts the pressure on for big International sales if Sony Pictures hopes to cover the project’s $ 150 million price tag.

Filling out the top five at the box office in expected totals are the just-released David Bowers directed family comedy “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” ($ 17 million), followed by Twentieth Century Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios’ animated tale “Ice Age: Continental Drift” ($ 7.8 million) and a too close to call race for fifth between Vince Vaughn/Jonah Hill/Ben Stiller starring comedy “The Watch” ($ 5.6 million) and Mark Wahlberg and the Mila Kunis front talking teddy bear film “Ted” ($ 5.6 million).

Box Office: “The Dark Knight Rises” Easily Retains Top Spot

Still managing to churn out solid numbers following the tragic shooting rampage which claimed numerous lives in Aurora, Colorado on opening night, “The Dark Knight Rises” easily retained the top spot at the box office to begin the weekend of July 27-29, 2012.

Void of any serious threats to its pole position standing, Christopher Nolan’s final Batman installment starring Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway nearly quadrupled the nearest competitor while notching an estimated $ 20.1 million on Friday and pacing towards a $ 66.7 million sophomore weekend box office total.

Situated in a distant second place standing is the Scott Speer directed dancing drama “Step Up Revolution,” as the Summit Entertainment produced theatrical newcomer garnered $ 5.5 million on opening day which puts its projected first weekend earnings at a tepid $ 13.2 million.

Filling out the top five at the box office in expected totals are the just-released Vince Vaughn/Jonah Hill/Ben Stiller starring comedy “The Watch” ($ 13 million), followed by Twentieth Century Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios’ animated tale “Ice Age: Continental Drift” ($ 11.5 million) and Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis’ talking teddy bear film “Ted” ($ 6.2 million).

The Dark Knight Rises — $160.9M

Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy concludes with this Warner Brothers release that finds The Dark Knight pitted against Bane, an unstoppable foe possessed of tremendous physical and intellectual strength. Nearly a decade after taking the fall for Harvey Dent’s death and disappearing into the darkness, a fugitive Batman (Christian Bale) watches from the shadows as the Dent Act keeps the streets of Gotham City free of crime. Meanwhile, an elusive cat burglar seizes the chance to strike, and a masked anarchist… [more]

The Olsen Twins Just Had To Kill Heath Ledger: A Review Of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’

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If you’ve been living under a rock (I almost said “in a cave” but stopped myself) for the past 18 hours, 24-year-old James Holmes dyed his hair red, called himself The Joker and shot up a Colorado midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises after filling it full of homemade tear gas for reasons police Read More …