Hollywood loves sports—it really does.
As an avid supporter of all things Batman, this one hurts to watch.
Weirdly brilliant and surprisingly out-there for a parody short, Auralnauts' "Bane Outtakes" starts slow but, trust us, gets much better as the seven minutes passes.
Now that we're a few months removed from the hype of "The Dark Knight Rises," we can see it for what it was: An enjoyable flick, a fitting ending to a great superhero series, and a whole mess of crazy.
So I personally didn't this clip of the Dark Knight playing video games to be all that funny, but I also didn't like the new movie, which everyone loves to death, so what do I know.
James Holmes, the man accused of going on a deadly shooting spree inside a Colorado movie theater last week during a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises,” wants to know how the movie played out.
Tricia Evans is an International Playboy Model who recently took to Twitter to make a lame comment about how people are "dying" to see the new Batman.
This weekend the curtain closes on Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.
Second overall draft pick Robert Griffin III stars in a new commercial for Adidas, in which he scarily lurks in the background while ominous music continues to build.
Normally, I don’t like anyone making fun of my Batman.