Game Informer revealed minor details, along with two baddies, for the confirmed Batman: Arkham Asylum sequel—Arkham City—and now more details emerge from the upcoming September issue.
September’s GameInformer issue reveals a number of Gotham goods. The monthly magazine show Catwoman sharing the cover with the Dark Knight, plus informs readers that Two-Face will be making his rounds. In addition, Warner Bros. announced the sequel title: Batman: Arkham City. Catwoman’s getting a lot of play from the media circuit. First rumors of … Continue reading
Looks like someone took a peak at Christopher and Jonathan Nolan’s “Batman 3” script notes. An inside source tells CMB the third Bat film will introduce the feisty Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman:
This actually looks like a fun brawler. Check out the Green Lantern, Aquaman and Captain Marvel help the Caped Crusader in the Nintendo Wii exclusive Batman: The Brave and the Bold. [blip.tv ?posts_id=3928903&dest=-1]
Man, what the…we kind of wish Ryan jumped on “Deadpool” now after looking at this EW cover. Thoughts?
This first Green Lantern film hasn’t even been completed and Warner Bros. is starting development on a sequel, along with a film treatment for another DC franchise: The Flash. THR reports:
The L.A. Times reports the third Batman film goes into production March 2011. No script has been approved yet and casting rumors still spread, but at least we have some news that the film is being made. All this follows with the upcoming psychological thriller, “Inception,” which is directed by Batman’s own Christopher Nolan, being … Continue reading
Judging by MTV’s visit to the “Green Lantern” set, Ryan Reynolds might not have much fitting to do for his superhero costume. DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Johns made a previous mention before, stating the suit would be CGI tailored. Will it do Hal Jordan justice on the big screen? Better yet, will the … Continue reading
Production Weekly sent out the tweet. Looks like Batman is ready to take flight on the big screen in two years. Now all Warner Bros. has to do is fill in the cast and work on that whole 3D issue.
Voice actor for Batman in Batman: Arkham Asylum, Kevin Conroy, mistakenly revealed at the C2E2 comic convention in Chicago that Harvey Dent will be in the sequel to last year’s smash. A fan supposedly tricked the actor into revealing the if Two-Face would return, to which Conroy replied, “There’s a very complicated cast…A lot of … Continue reading