The Goldbergs Batman Episode

We already know that the second half of the fourth season of The Goldbergs will feature an episode dedicated entirely to The Karate Kid, but since nostalgia for the 1980s is the show’s modus operandi, that won’t be the only movie from that decade prominently featured later this season.

The Goldbergs will have an episode dedicated to the excitement of the release of Batman, the 1989 film directed by Tim Burton that had audiences going crazy to see the Dark Knight on the big screen for the first time in decades. In addition, that episode will be dedicated by Bat-fan, comic book writer, and filmmaker Kevin Smith.

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Ben Affleck's Batman Movie

Another day, another remark from Ben Affleck has come regarding the state of development on what is meant to be he first turn directing himself as The Dark Knight in the DC Extended Universe movie that may or may not be called The Batman.

Ben Affleck has consistently said that he wouldn’t direct a solo Batman movie unless the script was good, but more recently he sounded a bit more optimistic. However, now I’m starting to wonder if Affleck is just messing with film journalists, because he’s back to saying the project and his involvement is on unstable ground. Read More »

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The Flash Video Game Concept Art

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The LEGO Batman Movie TV Spots

While DC Comics fans are patiently waiting to see what Ben Affleck can bring to the big screen with his first outing as director, co-writer and star of a new solo Batman movie, this spring will bring the Dark Knight to theaters in a much different way.

The LEGO Batman Movie brings back the building block version of the Caped Crusader (voiced by Will Arnett) that debuted in The LEGO Movie a little while back, but this time all of his comic book counterparts are on the scene too, including Michael Cera as Robin, Ralph Fiennes as Alfred and Rosario Dawson as Barbara Gordon, aka Batgirl. Now two new The LEGO Batman Movie TV spots show that Batman has some trouble working with partners. Watch them below! Read More »

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