For the Batman fan in your life:
Featuring the final 13 episodes of the groundbreaking, all-new CGI series’ first season, the single-disc Blu-Ray will be released on September 30.
“Beware The Batman: Dark Justice” pits Batman, Alfred and swordstress Katana against the underworld likes of Anarky, Professor Pyg, Mister Toad and Magpie. Over the final 13 episodes, the rogues gallery expands with appearances by Killer Croc, Man-Bat, Deathstroke and more. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, this action-packed detective thriller deftly redefines what we have come to know as a ‘Batman show.”
Buy it on Blu-Ray here: Beware the Batman: Dark Justice [Blu-ray]
Buy it on DVD here: Beware the Batman: Dark Justice – Season 1
Hmmn. The physics look a bit … wonky and the graphics look slightly cartoonish, but maybe it’s just the use of old school Kid Rock that’s throwing me off. What do you think?
Tom Felton – 27 – To this generation’s Johnny (see: “The Karate Kid” if y’all miss the reference), here’s to continued success and more big time cinematic roles that make you the hero for a change. Continue Reading
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Minho (Ki Hong Lee, left) and Thomas (Dylan O’Brien, right) search for a way out of the maze.
1. The Maze Runner – $32.5 million [debut week] For the onslaught of YA novels turned films, it’s proven surprisingly difficult for Hollywood to find the next “Harry Potter” or “The Hunger Games.” Earlier this year, “Divergent” broke through with a $54 million opening weekend, which was good enough to get the go-ahead for the sequel and a respectable $150 million domestic total. While “The Maze Runner” is considerably below “Divergent’s” debut, “Runner” had the benefit of only costing distributor 20th Century Fox $34 million and nearly recouping that on opening weekend shows this new franchise — the sequel is set for 2015 — has some legs. It will likely get beat out next week by Denzel Washington’s “The Equalizer,” but it will be very interesting to see how word-of-mouth (it received a very solid A- CinemaScore) helps in preventing a massive second weekend drop. Continue Reading
Bill Murray – 64 – So the window for “Ghostbusters 3″ has officially closed, but here’s to that buzz building around “St. Vincent” leading to an Oscar nomination for you.
Maggie Grace – 31 – Your calendar isn’t exactly full, but you do have “Taken 3” coming up so that’s guaranteed to be fun. I’m thinking your agent needs to get busy contacting casting crew for the CBS “Supergirl” show. They could do a lot worse to play Kara Zor-El.
David Wenham – 49 – While I continue to wait on a LOTR spin-off featuring Faramir, hope you have a great birthday and tell your fans to vote for you to play Banshee in an X-Men movie! ;-)
With the news of Supergirl getting her own series on CBS, I figured it was time to spotlight some very talented takes on Superman’s older cousin courtesy of some very talented cosplayers. Continue Reading
In a move that I am 1,000% behind, Warner Bros./DC is reported to be wooing David Ayer (“End of Watch“) to direct a live-action Suicide Squad film. Continue Reading