LEGO has released the trailer for LEGO Batman: The Movie — DC Super Heroes Unite, the feature-length version of the video game sequel that will be released in 2013 on Blu-Ray, DVD and via digital download, that's based on the toy building-block adaptation of the comic. That's four levels of franchising away from the source material, which means we're more than halfway to Kevin Bacon. But despite sounding like the Inception of marketing, the movie looks great. Here are six reasons why: more »
This is probably the best unauthorized viral marketing that The Dark Knight Rises could ever hope for: Authorities in Arlington, Texas, yesterday fulfilled a 7-year-old leukemia patient's wish to be Batman for a day. Yes, there's video, and yes, it's awesome.
In a step up from previous Skyfall publicity memes like #Banal007 and James Bond's Big Gay Resort brochure, the Daily Mail has a glimpse at Javier Bardem in character as the film's as-yet-unnamed villain. The catch: He's in costume as a police officer. Where have we seen this before?