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Adam West Returns as Batman in Batman vs. Two-Face

15 August 2017 10:38 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

DC and Warner Bros. are set to give us an all-new 1966 Batman animated movie starring Adma West and William Shatner.

Let’s just get his out of the way now. We miss him he was a part of our childhood and to think that there’s one more time he was able to don the cowl and entertain us makes me a little sad and happy at the same time. Joining the caped crusaders Adam West and Burt Ward as they reprise their roles of Batman and Robin, William Shatner will be taking up the role of that dual personality psycho Two-Face. The first Batman and Robin: Return of the Caped Crusaders was very well received by fans and I’m glad to see DC going back to the well with a little Elseworld action. On top of that Julie Newmar will aalso be returning to the role of Selina Kyle/ Catwoman. »

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Trailer, synopsis and voice cast for Batman vs. Two-Face featuring Adam West and William Shatner

15 August 2017 12:20 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released the official trailer for Batman vs. Two-Face, the follow-up to last year’s Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders animated movie, which features the final performance of Adam West as the Bright Night, alongside Burt Ward as Robin, Julie Newmar as Catwoman and William Shatner as Harvey Dent/Two-Face; check it out here…

As the sequel to the 2016 hit animated film Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, the all-new Batman vs. Two-Face finds Batman and Robin back in classic 1960s action, protecting Gotham City from some of the most nefarious villains in comics history. But when the mutilated master of multiplicity, Two-Face, begins staging a daring crime wave across Gotham, the Caped Crusaders must work double-time to discover his mysterious secret identity before they can halt his evil-doing – all the while combating the likes of Catwoman, Joker, Riddler, Penguin, Bookworm, Hugo Strange and King Tut! »

- Gary Collinson

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Adam West & William Shatner Reunite for Batman vs. Two-Face

14 August 2017 2:39 PM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Burbank, CA (August 14, 2017) – Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment bring together two of pop culture’s all-time heroes – TV’s original Batman and Captain Kirk, Adam West and William Shatner, respectively – to voice the title characters in the full-length, animated feature film, Batman vs. Two-Face. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will make the all-new movie available October 10, 2017 on Digital and October 17, 2017 on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack ($24.98 Srp) and DVD ($19.98 Srp).

As the sequel to the 2016 hit animated film Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, the all-new Batman vs. Two-Face finds Batman and Robin back in classic 1960s action, protecting Gotham City from some of the most nefarious villains in comics history. But when the mutilated master of multiplicity, Two-Face, begins staging a daring crime wave across Gotham, the Caped Crusaders must work double-time to discover his mysterious secret identity before they can halt his evil-doing – all the while combating the likes of Catwoman, »

- ComicMix Staff

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‘Batman vs. Two-Face’ Trailer Pits the Late Adam West Against William Shatner

14 August 2017 2:32 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Warner Bros.' 2016 animated film Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders saw Adam West and Burt Ward team up once again to bring their campy, 60s versions of Batman and Robin to life. Following up on that film's success, the all-new Batman vs. Two-Face finds the Dynamic Duo once again protecting Gotham City from some of the most nefarious villains in comics history, including the mutilated master of multiplicity, Two-Face. Pop culture icon William Shatner joins the fun as the criminally conflicted Harvey Dent and his alter ego this time around. (After the 1963 TV series … »

- Dave Trumbore

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This List of Every Superhero In Avengers: Infinity War Will Make You Infinitely Stoked

14 August 2017 2:13 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

It seems like only yesterday that Marvel Studios was getting started with a hero that was, let's face it, merely C-list at the time. After years of film and TV properties of varying degrees of quality, which saw Marvel's heroes tied up in various licensing deals with different studios, Iron Man kicked off what would become known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now, a decade later, we're finally ready for Avengers: Infinity War. And it's going to be massive.

Even Iron Man director Jon Favreau publicly wondered how the grounded real world of Tony Stark could possibly co-exist with the mythological realm of Asgard, but by the time Thor, Captain America, and Hulk joined the McU with their own standalone movies, Marvel's The Avengers brought it all together and smashed box office records in the process. The mostly costume adverse McU of Netflix has kept it real with keeping it all real, »

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Batman Vs. Two-Face Blu-ray Special Features Include Adam West Tribute

14 August 2017 1:33 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment bring together two of pop culture's all-time heroes, TV's original Batman and Captain Kirk, Adam West and William Shatner, respectively, to voice the title characters in the full-length, animated feature film, Batman vs. Two-Face. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will make the all-new movie available October 10, 2017 on Digital and October 17, 2017 on Blu-ray&#8482 Combo Pack ($24.98 Srp) and DVD ($19.98 Srp). The first Batman vs. Two-Face trailer was released last week, which you can check out again below along with the Blu-ray and DVD artwork.

As the sequel to the 2016 hit animated film Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, the all-new Batman vs. Two-Face finds Batman and Robin back in classic 1960s action, protecting Gotham City from some of the most nefarious villains in comics history. But when the mutilated master of multiplicity, Two-Face, begins staging a daring crime wave across Gotham, the Caped Crusaders must »

- MovieWeb

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Coming Distractions: Here’s a trailer for Batman Vs. Two-Face, Adam West’s final project

13 August 2017 3:17 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

In 2016, Adam West and Burt Ward returned to their roles as Batman and Robin from the ‘60s Batman show for an animated film called Return Of The Caped Crusaders. That movie will soon be getting a sequel called Batman Vs. Two-Face, with fellow ‘60s TV star William Shatner providing the voice of Harvey Dent, and Warner Bros. has now released a trailer that features cameos from a whole bunch of other bad guys who actually did appear in the original show. Retro fun aside, Batman Vs. Two-Face is also notable for being Adam West’s final acting role, since he got one last chance to reprise his most iconic character before his death earlier this summer.

Batman Vs. Two-Face should be available on DVD later this year. »

- Sam Barsanti

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20 Years Back: Celebrating the Cinematic Delights of 1997

12 August 2017 12:34 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Tom Jolliffe celebrates the cinematic delights of 1997…

1997. It doesn’t feel that distant but we’re now talking 20 years. This was the year I left school. That officially makes me old as fuck I believe. Lady Di passed, Tony Blair became Pm, Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule, Mike Tyson had a Holyfield Ear pie and more. The Spice Girls reigned supreme. Hanson were Mmmbopping all over the place and confusing horny teenagers who thought the girl singing lead was hot.

In film, the year is significant. This was the year the Titanic did the opposite of sink (erm… float). James Cameron’s historical (which icebergs aside wasn’t that historical) epic was seen by pretty much everyone on Earth. It probably grossed a further Trillion Wibblewangs outside the Milky Way (I just invented an alien currency). It thundered away as the highest grossing film ever (if you don’t »

- Gary Collinson

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Christopher Nolan Likely Done With Superhero Films

14 July 2017 4:00 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

In 2005, a little director named Christopher Nolan brought back the character of Batman in a big way with Batman Begins. Most recently, audiences had been subjected to the god-awful Batman and Robin, and mainstream viewers had all but dismissed the character as a big joke. However, with Batman Begins, Nolan proved that there were plenty of quality stories to tell with the character. A few years later, he brought the sequel, The Dark Knight, to the big screen, and took things to yet another level. Nolan brought things to a close with The Dark Knight Rises, marking the first legitimate conclusion I can think of to a superhero film series on the big screen.

In the time since then, Nolan’s renown has only grown. Original movies like Inception and Interstellar only cemented his place in cinema, proving that genre films can still be taken seriously. But what about superhero films? »

- Joseph Medina

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Wonder Woman Success Leaves Alicia Silverstone Clueless

30 June 2017 10:34 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Clueless star Alicia Silverstone seems to be a bit clueless when it comes to the success of Wonder Woman. Dceu's Wonder Woman is enjoying great success this summer, breaking records for female directors while also breaking records from within the Dceu, beating all those previous movies at the box office in a relatively short amount of time. Much of the success is due to word of mouth spreading that the movie is actually good, a good comic book movie that stands on its own with an emotional arch that is touching people in a real way. While almost everybody in Hollywood is praising Wonder Woman, some are a little indifferent about the accolades that the movie has been receiving.

Alicia Silverstone recently sat down with Variety and talked about the success of Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman among other topics. 40-year old Silverstone shared her thoughts about Gadot's performance being »

- MovieWeb

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Batman And Harley Quinn To Have A One Night Theatrical Release

25 June 2017 1:53 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

One of my favorite things about my childhood was watching Batman: The Animated Series and later The Adventures of Batman and Robin. The series ran from 1992 to 1995 developed by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski and produced by Warner Bros. Animation. This easily may be the best animated adaptation of any super hero. For many fans out there even with Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale and Ben Affleck portraying the Dark Knight on the big screen, still consider Kevin Conroy as their caped crusader. Not to mention the iconic voice of Batman's greatest adversary, The Joker by Mark Hamill. To this day their voices are found in many animated films and video games alike. Batman: The Animated Series without a doubt helped grow the popularity of Batman. There is even an amazing podcast hosted by Dr. Andrea Letamendi and Brian Ward that is dedicated to »

- Emmanuel Gomez

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Venom Movie To Feature Carnage

21 June 2017 2:15 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Fans have been hungry for a standalone Venom movie for some time. Ever since it was first announced that the character would be showing up in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3, many wondered if this would be a lead-up to the character getting his own film. Sadly, Topher Grace was cast as the character, and by the end, he was completely dissolved in an explosion. We guess that’s one way for the studio to kill those dreams.

However, we’ve since learned that comic book characters have countless opportunities to correct the mistakes of the past. The Dark Knight Trilogy made up for the abysmal Batman and Robin, and Deadpool and Logan made up for the injustice that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine. As fans, all we really needed to do was wait for the right opportunity. Piggy-backing off of the great-looking Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony made their plans known to create their own pocket universe, and to kick that off, they’d be making a standalone Venom movie with Tom Hardy at the lead.

Related: Venom Is A Part Of The McU After All

But who will Venom being going up against? Who better for him to take on than the fan favorite Carnage? According to THR, that may very well be who Venom goes up against. In the comics, Carnage is a man who — just like Eddie Brock — merges with the Venom symbiote. The main difference, however, is that the man, Cletus Kasady, is batsh*t crazy, and doesn’t have the same anti-hero title as Venom. Whereas Venom is kind of a dark gray, Carnage is pitch black as it gets, and given the R rating of the film, we think Sony has an opportunity to go all out with him.

In a world where there is no Spider-Man (though Amy Pascal recently said there’s always a chance), Carnage is a natural opponent to Venom, and we can’t wait to see what they bring with the character.

Are you excited to see Carnage join Venom? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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- Joseph Medina

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Joel Schumacher Wanted To Make An Arkham Asylum Movie

20 June 2017 4:15 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

It’s become incredibly popular to hate on the 1997 film Batman and Robin (Who am I kidding? It’s always been popular), and for good reason. The movie is complete and utter garbage. Based on everything Schumacher has said in the past, it was the perfect stew of the studio wanting to go forward no matter what, them having to gear the film towards selling toys, and Schumacher having a slight case of hubris on the heels of several successes.

All of this culminated in what many fans think may be one the worst superhero films of all time. While Batman Forever was at least tolerable in its camp, Batman and Robin was on a whole other level. Of course, it’s only because it was such a mammoth failure that the studio put Batman on ice before resurrecting it with Batman Begins, so every cloud has a silver lining. Had things turned out differently, who knows how many more camp-fests we would have gotten?

Related: Joel Schumacher Explains The Bat Nipples

In an extensive recounting of the making of Batman and Robin, director Joel Schumacher revealed that he did have an itch to direct another Batman-related film:

"I always wanted to do a whole Arkham movie, and did a scene at the end of Batman Forever when Jim is in a straitjacket and Nicole [Kidman] comes to see him. And it was just a nod to back to Arkham Asylum which I love, and I thought it would be fun to put the other villains up there.”

Of course, we never got to see that film, and only ended up with the stupid Batman and Robin instead. Not exactly a good tradeoff. However, given the immense power the toymakers seemed to have, it sounds like something that would have ended up in the dumps to begin with. At the end of the day, Batman and Robin may not have been the movie we deserved, but it was the one we needed to eventually allow Batman Begins to happen.

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- Joseph Medina

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Exclusive: 'Batman & Robin' 20 Years Later -- Alicia Silverstone & Chris O'Donnell Look Back

20 June 2017 3:00 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

It's been two decades since George Clooney donned Batman's cape and cowl to fight crime alongside Alicia Silverstone and Chris O'Donnell in director Joel Schumacher's Batman & Robin.

In honor of the film's 20th anniversary on Tuesday, Et's Denny Directo sat down with Silverstone and O'Donnell, who reflected on the cult classic and the film's famously over-the-top costumes.

"They made this like, plaster body mold of me and my entire face and every inch of my body," recounted O'Donnell, who starred as Robin, Batman's crime fighting partner. "Just watching the process of them build this costume and then all of a sudden show up on set one day-- when it was finished -- was like, 'Oh my God, I can't believe I'm going to put that on and be a superhero.'"

Watch: Flashback: 'Batman Forever' Turns 20! The Cast Gushes Over Franchise

As for Silverstone, who starred as Batgirl, she had a different »

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Venom In The McU, Tom Cruise Ruins The Mummy, & Jon Snow’s Name Revealed! - Los Fanboys Podcast, Episode 52

19 June 2017 4:30 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

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In episode 52 of the podcast, Jammer is joined by Explicit E, David, and newcomer Nick Doll. The group discuss a range of topics, including the reveal that Venom will technically take place in the same world as Spider-Man: Homecoming, Godzilla 2 starting to film, War for the Planet of the Apes early reviews, a John Wick TV show, and much more!

Show Guide:

00:00:00 - Intro and box office

00:10:47 - Venom in the McU after all?

00:18:41 - Godzilla 2 begins filming

00:24:29 - War for the Planet of the Apes early reviews

00:32:55 - Mark Hamill’s Star Wars Episode 8 comments

00:41:33 - Tom Cruise had too much control of The Mummy?

00:52:18 - John Wick TV show

01:02:17 - Joel Schumacher talks Batman and Robin and Bat Nipples

01:11:35 - Jon Snow’s real name revealed!

01:17:41 - What we’ve been watching and outro

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Batman 3: the planned batsuit for Michael Keaton

16 June 2017 7:17 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mike Cecchini Jun 16, 2017

This early look at a Michael Keaton Batman Forever costume gives us a glimpse of what might have been.

Batman fans ask a lot of questions, but there's one that comes up more than others around here: "What if Tim Burton and Michael Keaton had done Batman Forever?"

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Now we at least know a little bit more about what a Michael Keaton Batman 3 would have looked like, thanks to images of these early production models from early in Batman Forever's production.

The sculpt is by Jose Fernandez, who also sculpted Catwoman's cowl in Batman Returns and the Robin suit in Batman and Robin. The top two look like the "sonar" batsuit from Batman Forever, while the bottom resembles that film's primary costume.

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Joel Schumacher Apologizes for ‘Batman and Robin,’ Explains the Bat Nipples

14 June 2017 6:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Batman & Robin is an objectively terrible movie, possibly still the worst superhero movie ever made. But it’s been 20 years now…can’t we all just relax? It’s two decades later and director Joel Schumacher is still apologizing for the garish, neon-soaked nightmare that is Batman & Robin. And while I’m willing to forgive him on some […]

The post Joel Schumacher Apologizes for ‘Batman and Robin,’ Explains the Bat Nipples appeared first on /Film. »

- Hoai-Tran Bui

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It’s time for us to admit that Batman ’66 was awesome

14 June 2017 4:38 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Luke Owen with some thoughts about Batman ’66…

Following the tragic passing of Adam West over the weekend I’ve been thinking a lot about Batman ’66, the TV show that entertained millions of children at the tail-end of the swingin’ sixties. Like many, it was my introduction to the character, and it genuinely might be my favourite iteration. I adore Tim Burton’s Batman ’89 and have mixed feelings about Batman Returns. I’m one of the few who likes Batman Forever, and I recently wrote about my appreciation of Batman & Robin. Batman Begins is one of the finest comic book movies ever made, I can take or leave The Dark Knight and I have no time for The Dark Knight Rises. I may not be keen on the direction Zack Snyder took The Caped Crusader in Batman v Superman: Dawn of the Justice, but I will admit that Ben Affleck was great in the role. »

- Luke Owen

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Joel Schumacher Apologizes Again For Batman And Robin, Explains The Bat Nipples

13 June 2017 3:15 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Oh, Batman and Robin. This is a flick that’s gone down in history as one of the worst films ever made. Yes, you have movies like Fantastic Four and Green Lantern that people love to hate, but even those movies are g***amn Citizen Kane compared to the likes of Batman and Robin. Coming off of the likes of Batman Forever, fans definitely expected it to have more of a light tone, but no one could prepare them for the flurry of ice puns, bat nipples, sloppy filmmaking, and even sloppier writing.

Director Joel Schumacher has already gone on the record over a decade ago that he was sorry to those who hated the film, but fandom doesn’t forget atrocities like Batman and Robin. Speaking in an interview with Vice, Schumacher and the interviewer got blunt about the film and why it crashed and burned the way it did, »

- Joseph Medina

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Joel Schumacher Apologizes Again for ‘Batman and Robin’

13 June 2017 1:50 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Joel Schumacher feels really bad about abomination that was 1997’s “Batman and Robin.” He’s publicly spoken about before about the film that put an end to the franchise before Christopher Nolan’s “Batman Begins” reboot in 2005, apologizing to fans who felt slighted. In a new interview with Vice, the filmmaker revisits the disaster again, saying, “After ‘Batman & Robin,’ I was scum. It was like I had murdered a baby.” “Look, I apologize,” added Schumacher. “I want to apologize to every fan that was disappointed because I think I owe them that.” Also Read: 'Wonder Woman' and the 5 Words That Saved DC Movies. »

- Umberto Gonzalez

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