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In today’s “you’re getting old” news, Batman Begins, the film that made us believe in superhero blockbusters again, is a decade old.
Have tissues handy, again.
Actor Ben Affleck was spotted yesterday in Brentwood, Calif. looking mighty fit.
The actor showed off his buff physique while meeting some friends for lunch at Tavern restaurant. Ben has recently bulked up to play Batman in the upcoming blockbuster movie, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice opposite Henry Cavill.
In case you haven’t noticed, Comic-Con International 2014 is in full swing and has taken over nearly every section of every entertainment website on the internet.
Aside from the trailer premieres and cosplay though, there is a lot of star power and a lot of fashion walking the streets of San Diego a…
Wonder Woman is ready for her big screen debut and the world finally has its first look at what she’ll be wearing as she kicks the crap out of whomever deserves it in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
“I love that story, that character, and the fact that it got…
San Francisco Gotham City was a safe place because of one hero. Batkid got the call that the city was in trouble, so he and his assistants hopped in the batmobile to save the day.
A day after 5-year-old Miles Scott found out his leukemia was in remission, the Bay Area’s Make-A-Wish…
Well, that only took 16 years.
Possibly the worst Batman of all time, George Clooney, has finally seen the light, admitting to Empire that he did ruin it for everyone when he took on the Caped Crusader in 1997’s much-derided Batman & Robin.
When the movie magazine asked what advice he would give Ben…
News that Ben Affleck is the next Batman was met with backlash last week: from flurries of fury on Twitter to two petitions, one begging Warner Bros. to rethink it’s casting choice and another asking the White House to step in.
But one man stands by the studio’s newest superhero: Affleck’s longtime friend…
Hey silver screen enthusiasts, it’s time to catch up with the movie news you need to know in this week’s One Minute Movie Buzz.
Lee Daniels’ The Butler continued its reign as number one at the box office for the second week in a row, with its earnings impressively doubling its production budget.