We've known for a while now that 'The Dark Knight Rises' would be hitting DVD and Blu-ray the first week of December (now December 4), but we didn't know the specs for this summer's second biggest hit. Would there be the thirty minutes of deleted scenes that were rumored, or any deleted material at all? The specs are in, the answer is no.
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Depending on where you live, Christopher Nolan’s superhero smash ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ might still be playing in multiplexes… sometimes even on your local IMAX screen. But thanks to the ever-shrinking window between theatrical and DVD release, you now can start planning to own ‘Rises’ on December 3, and here are a few of the options that will be at your consumer-driven fingertips.
You won't be getting that Director's Cut you so desired when you pick up your DVD or Blu-ray of 'The Dark Knight Rises,' but at least now we know when you'll be picking it up. Warner Bros. has revealed - in blink-and-you'll-miss-it fashion - the home-video release date for Christopher Nolan's' final installment in the bat franchise. Commence calendar-marking!
'The Dark Knight Rises' director's cut was first rumored a week ago when it was reported the upcoming 'Dark Knight Rises' DVD and Blu-ray would include an additional 30-minutes of footage edited into the theatrical cut. But the actual director himself, Christopher Nolan, has something to say about this and hopefully you didn't let yourself get too excited.
Halloween is approaching quicker than you think, so we've got a handy guide to costumes based on your favorite movie characters this year. Throwing together a costume inspired by Bane, Katniss Everdeen, or even Magic Mike is a total cinch -- and we...
Thanks to the Labor Day weekend, 2012's two biggest blockbusters have hit major box office milestones, cementing them in the record books for the foreseeable future. As if they weren't happy enough, everyone involved with 'The Avengers' and 'The Dark Knight Rises' must be sending champagne baskets to each other right now.
Earlier this month we asked readers to cast their votes on this summer's best movies and TV in a variety of different categories. After inputting the data into the ScreenCrush 3000 super computer, we've got the results! So what did our readers vote the Best Movie of the Summer? What about the Best TV Show? Find out!
Here's a little perspective for you on this slow news day: Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises' sold 12 million fewer tickets than Tim Burton's 'Batman,' released in 1989. Are fewer people heading to the theater these days? It's hard to believe more people were excited for Burton's film than Nolan's.
'The Dark Knight Rises' was arguably the biggest movie of summer 2012, next to 'The Avengers.' Warner Bros. tortured us for what seemed like months on end with spoilery movie stills, trailers, TV spots, posters and random clips, but there's plenty more of this blockbuster to be seen.
If you saw 'The Dark Knight Rises' (and who's kidding who, we know you did...) you know that film took place eight years after the events in 'The Dark Knight.' A lot happened in that time that isn't addressed in 'The Dark Knight Rises' and now to help bridge the gap, we have an official 'Dark Knight Rises' prologue that promises some answers!