DC animation was dealt a major blow this past year when Cartoon Network opted not to renew either the critically acclaimed 'Young Justice' or 'Green Lantern: The Animated Series,' but the days of the DC cartoon superhero are far from over. This July will see the Dark Knight's return to television in the CGI 'Beware the Batman,' but is the first trailer as good as we hope it is?
There are a lot of superhero movies hitting theaters this summer, but sadly, there is no Batman film. To help tide you Batman fans over (and, perhaps, create a Batman mini-movie of your own), we're giving away this awesome Batman LEGO mega-set!
Those are the chilling final words scrawled in capital letters on the last page of a diary the late Heath Ledger kept as he was filming 'The Dark Knight,' his last finished movie. Ledger's father, Kim, opened up Ledger's Joker diary publicly for the first time for the upcoming documentary 'Too Young to Die,' giving fans a fascinating glimpse into how the late actor created one of the most memorable movie villains of all-time.
Since the massive success of Marvel's 'The Avengers,' everyone has wondered when Warner Bros. and DC Comics would get their act together and start teaming up their roster of superheroes on the big screen. Although the long-in-the-works 'Justice League' movie has started and stalled on numerous occasions, 'Man of Steel' star Henry Cavill was recently asked about another possibility. How about a Batman/Superman movie?
Tim Burton's 1992 film 'Batman Returns' was everything we love about Tim Burton and Batman all rolled into one amazing package. The film had an all-star cast including Michael Keaton, Michelle Pfeiffer and Danny DeVito. Over 20 years later, it still holds up as one of the strangest and most visually stunning of the 'Batman' films. Let's take a look at where the stars of 'Batman Returns' are now.