It was on this day in 2005 that the first live-action Batman movie to receive an “R” rating was released in theaters. If did very well.
Who knew that both Batman and The Hulk were “born” in this month?
It was on this day where two pairs of iconic friendship was born: Amos and Andy on the radio (1926) and Batman and Robin on the TV (1966)
Holy window dressing Batman! It’s 14 of the Batman TV series’ window cameos featuring Jerry Lewis, Dirk Clark and even Santa Claus.
From the lighting of the Bat-signal to creating your own Bat-vehicles, we’ve go the scoop on how to celebrate Batman’s 80th birthday.
This movie moves at a faster clip than the previous ones and doesn’t drag out as long as its predecessors. Each character is allowed to emulate the heroes we want to see and admire, despite the film’s potential to be downer given its sad theme.
After the downer that was the film that was supposed to kick off the new DC Comics movies franchise, Man of Steel (2013), and the lackluster response from both critics and audiences alike, we were all hoping that Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder would not make the same mistake again with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. They didn’t. Instead, they made an even worse film.
The animation is a hybrid of stop motion and CGI and every scene is literally built brick by brick. The characters can’t move in any way different that the real toys do. And sorry ladies, Batman’s abs are painted on.