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There’s been a lot of articles and essays this past week marking the 10th anniversary of The Dark Knight. Makes sense. Christopher Nolan’s movie did redefine not only the comic-book genre but also Hollywood action cinema in general. But another film came out in the same week: Mamma Mia! No slouch itself, the adaptation of the stage musical based around the songs of Swedish super pop group Abba, grossed over $600 million worldwide. The way the world is marking the 10th Anniversary of that particular hit is with its very own sequel. So, dust off your jumpsuits and slip on your platforms,
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Why So Serious, You Ask? The Dark Knight Is Returning to Theaters For Its 10th Anniversary!

It's been 10 years since The Dark Knight, aka the Batman movie of all Batman movies, was released and changed the game for superhero films. In honor of the film's big 1-0, Warner Bros. will rerelease it exclusively in four select IMAX theaters. That's right: for one week beginning Friday, Aug. 24, you'll get to see Heath Ledger's Joker and Christian Bale's Bruce Wayne battle it out in all their IMAX glory. Tickets officially go on sale July 20 for the select IMAX locations: AMC Citywalk in Universal City, CA, AMC Lincoln Square in New York, AMC Metreon in San Francisco, and the Ontario Place Cinesphere in Toronto.

Though The Dark Knight was the sequel to Christopher Nolan's 2005 Batman Begins, it's arguably the landmark film in his Dark Knight Trilogy. The Dark Knight took Nolan's story of Bruce Wayne to a whole new level by pitting him against a seemingly
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Why So Serious, You Ask? The Dark Knight Is Returning to Theaters For Its 10th Anniversary!

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Why So Serious, You Ask? The Dark Knight Is Returning to Theaters For Its 10th Anniversary!
It's been 10 years since The Dark Knight, aka the Batman movie of all Batman movies, was released and changed the game for superhero films. In honor of the film's big 1-0, Warner Bros. will rerelease it exclusively in four select IMAX theaters. That's right: for one week beginning Friday, Aug. 24, you'll get to see Heath Ledger's Joker and Christian Bale's Bruce Wayne battle it out in all their IMAX glory. Tickets officially go on sale July 20 for the select IMAX locations: AMC Citywalk in Universal City, CA, AMC Lincoln Square in New York, AMC Metreon in San Francisco, and the Ontario Place Cinesphere in Toronto.

Though The Dark Knight was the sequel to Christopher Nolan's 2005 Batman Begins, it's arguably the landmark film in his Dark Knight Trilogy. The Dark Knight took Nolan's story of Bruce Wayne to a whole new level by pitting him against a seemingly
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Uncut Version Of ‘American Psycho’ is Being Released in 4K!

America’s favorite psycho is coming to 4K! American Psycho starring Christian Bale is receiving a 4K Ultra HD release thanks to Lionsgate. The 2000 film turned into an instant classic and still holds up as one of the most unique films of all time. The 4K release will include some new special features as well as Blu-ray and digital versions. Get all the full details on the 4K combo pack release below.

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Sit back, relax, and turn on some Phil Collins, because American Psycho: Uncut Version arrives on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital) September 25 from Lionsgate. This groundbreaking thriller based on the acclaimed book by Bret Easton Ellis stars Academy Award® winners Christian Bale, Jared Leto, and Reese Witherspoon, alongside Academy Award® nominee Willem Dafoe as well as Justin Theroux and Josh Lucas. Experience four times the resolution of full HD with 4K along with Dolby Vision Hdr,
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‘The Dark Knight’ Turns 10: 12 Ways Filmmakers Made Gotham So Gloomy (Photos)

‘The Dark Knight’ Turns 10: 12 Ways Filmmakers Made Gotham So Gloomy (Photos)
The Soundtrack Hans Zimmer, the versatile composer who has created soundtracks for “The Pirates of the Caribbean” and “The Lion King,” used an unconventional method to nail down the eerie aura of the Joker’s theme. Zimmer had a cellist saw at a single cello string, generating a scratchy and unsettling effect that earned him an Oscar nomination.

Stanley Kubrick Director Christopher Nolan is an outspoken fan of filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s work, and Kubrick’s films seemed to have made a mark on Ledger as well as he prepared for his Joker role. Ledger has mentioned that the film “A Clockwork Orange” became a starting point for the character and a look inside his famous diary reveals pictures of the film’s anarchist character, Alex DeLarge (Malcolm McDowell).

Francis Bacon Another one of Nolan’s influences was 20th century figurative painter, Francis Bacon, known for his grotesque imagery and warped faces.
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The Dark Knight Actor Opens Up On Working With Heath Ledger

It’s ten years to the day since The Dark Knight changed the face of comic book movies forever with its dark, twisting crime saga, and still, the film’s legacy lives on.

And so, in honor of Christopher Nolan’s landmark achievement, The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Michael Jai White to discuss Batman, Gambol’s death, and his time spent with the late Heath Ledger, who so tragically passed away six months before the sequel’s opening.

The gifted actor died January 22nd, 2008 at the age of 28. Subsequent reports revealed the cause of death to be an accidental overdose of prescription drugs, and while Ledger’s sudden passing sparked rumors that his method acting left him in a fragile state of mind, White essentially rubbished those accusations while speaking with THR.

It has always upset me that he was put in this category of being a drug-addled, irresponsible type of actor.
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The Oscar Legacy of ‘The Dark Knight': Christopher Nolan’s Hit Changed the Rules, But Did That Even Matter?

The Oscar Legacy of ‘The Dark Knight': Christopher Nolan’s Hit Changed the Rules, But Did That Even Matter?
The release of Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” 10 years ago led directly to a decade in which big commercial hits like “Wonder Woman,” “Deadpool,” “Straight Outta Compton,” “Skyfall,” “Bridesmaids” and “Star Trek” received Best Picture nominations.

Best picture nominations, that is, from the Producers Guild Awards. Not the Oscars.

Sure, the Academy changed its rules in the aftermath of the notorious 2009 snub of “The Dark Knight” in an attempt to increase the likelihood of well-reviewed commercial hits landing nominations for the top category, but the change has mostly resulted in nominations for even more little indie films, not more big studio ones.

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And if this year’s biggest hit, “Black Panther,” doesn’t get a nomination in the top category this January, the Academy will find itself asking the same question it asked in
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Polygon <-- I wrote this piece for them on The Dark Knight and the Oscar quake that followed. Have a look won't you? 

The Ringer Lolz. The forthcoming Downton Abbey movie ...with zombies

Variety Weinstein Company's library of hundreds of Oscary films and TV shows like Project Runway now owned by a new company Lantern Entertainment

Mnpp Tab Hunter marathon on Tmc this Friday!

/Film Batwoman series in development at CW. It's another one of those Berlanti superhero shows. I enjoyed The Flash for a time but I really wish if we're going to have this many shows that there would be some differentiation of producing teams so that there wouldn't be so much homogeny with point of view.

More after the jump including MoviePass trouble and new projects for Halle Berry, Taraji P Henson, Rose Byrne,
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Michael Jai White discusses Gambol’s death scene in The Dark Knight

Today marks the 10th anniversary of Christopher Nolan’s acclaimed Batman sequel The Dark Knight, and actor Michael Jai White has been chatting to The Hollywood Reporter about his role in the movie as crime boss Gambol – and in particular, his death at the hands of Heath Ledger’s Joker.

As White explains, Gambol was only meant to receive a Glasgow smile from the Clown Prince of Crime; however, as this is happening the camera cuts away, leaving audiences to imagine a rather gruesome (and somewhat confusing) off-screen death – one which White only learned about himself when he saw the film at the premiere.

“It was the kind of thing where they had deeper intentions for Gambol; it was a character who was written for future use, I think,” states White. “There were other plans to do stuff with that character and some things that were cut out. I think
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The Dark Knight Returns to Limited IMAX Theaters Next Month

The Dark Knight Returns to Limited IMAX Theaters Next Month
The Dark Knight is celebrating its 10th anniversary in style. Director Christopher Nolan's comic book movie masterpiece turns 10-years-old today and, to honor the occasion, Warner Bros. is going to re-release it in IMAX next month. That, in itself, is excellent and very exciting news for fans, but there's a big catch. Unfortunately, the movie is only returning to four screens in four different theaters across the U.S. and Canada. Sorry, everyone else.

These 10th anniversary screenings will kick off for a one-week, limited engagement on Friday, August 24. The Dark Knight will be screened in IMAX at AMC Universal Citywalk Imax, Universal City, AMC Lincoln Square Imax, New York, AMC Metreon Imax, San Francisco, Ontario Place Cinesphere Imax, Toronto. So if you don't live in Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco or Toronto, or can't easily travel to one of those locations, you may, unfortunately, be out of luck on this one.
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The Dark Knight Turns 10: How the Joker Took a Toll on Heath Ledger Before His Death at 28

The Dark Knight Turns 10: How the Joker Took a Toll on Heath Ledger Before His Death at 28
Ten years ago, anticipation was astronomically high for Christopher Nolan’s sequel to Batman Begins,The Dark Knight. It wasn’t just another comic book spectacle — it was the first movie to star Heath Ledger since the actor’s shocking death at 28.

In early 2008, months before The Dark Knight opened on July 18, an exhausted Ledger retreated to his New York City apartment to try and get some rest and recuperate from an illness he couldn’t shake.

Despite warnings from friends and family about mixing sleeping pills with prescription medications, the Brokeback Mountain star was found dead on January 22, 2008 in his apartment.
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‘The Dark Knight’ Turns 10: How Christopher Nolan Launched an Epic Battle to Make Imax Blockbusters

‘The Dark Knight’ Turns 10: How Christopher Nolan Launched an Epic Battle to Make Imax Blockbusters
The Dark Knight” was a certified game changer when it exploded onto screens 10 years ago: It made Hollywood take comic-book adaptations seriously, heralded Christopher Nolan as one of Hollywood’s most bankable directors, and even sparked a change in the Oscar’s best picture nominations — but the movie’s biggest talking point was its use of Imax, the first time the format had ever been used on a feature film.

With Warner Bros. re-releasing the movie on Imax screens to mark the 10-year-anniversary, the time is ripe to explore the significance of Nolan’s achievement with the format, and the battle to keep this unique big-screen cinematographic approach in use over the years.

The format, which utilizes 70mm film with a greater amount of perforations, had been limited to documentaries for its first few decades until features began to be formatted to be shown on the gargantuan Imax screens, which
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The Dark Night Returns to Select IMAX Theaters to Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary

Batman is back. The Dark Knight will return to select IMAX theaters in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Toronto for one week only starting Aug. 24. Warner Bros. Pictures announced the news on July 18—the 10-year anniversary of the film's original release. The Dark Knight is the second film in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy. The movie starred Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne, Aaron Eckhart as Harvey Dent and Heath Ledger as the Joker. The late actor received high praise for his portrayal of the Gotham City villain and was awarded a posthumous Oscar for his performance. Tickets for opening day shows go on sale Friday, July 20. For a full list of theaters, see below: AMC...
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The Dark Knight 10 Years Later: Still the Best Comic Book Movie Ever Made

The Dark Knight 10 Years Later: Still the Best Comic Book Movie Ever Made
There is little that can be said, in terms of praise, when it comes to The Dark Knight that hasn't been said already. Despite that, I recently revisited Christopher Nolan's masterpiece in honor of its 10th anniversary to see what I could come up with anyway. To start, this movie hasn't aged a day in an entire decade and it quite simply gets better every single time I watch it. This time, I was lucky enough to see it at an anniversary screening on a massive outdoor screen with pyrotechnics and other fancy business such as that built into the presentation. As cool as that may have been, there is little that can be done to improve upon perfection.

Before digging in, I have to admit up top that I've never been a big DC fan, always more of a Marvel guy. Further, Batman has always been one of my least favorite heroes.
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Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight is Getting an IMAX 70mm Rerelease For Its 10-Year Anniversary

For its 10-year anniversary, Warner Bros. is going to rerelease Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight in select theaters for a week and it will be screened in IMAX 70mm film! 

It's kind of crazy to think that it's been ten years since this movie was released. It's such a great film and it was innovative in so many ways. It changed the way that audiences would see comic book movies and it was also a pioneer in using IMAX filmmaking technology. 

The Dark Knight was such an incredible movie-going experience and it's so cool that fans will get a chance to watch it on the big screen again! Unfortunately, it's only being released four theaters across the country.

The one-week engagement will start on August 24th, and these are the theaters where it will be playing:

AMC Universal Citywalk IMAX, Universal CityAMC Lincoln Square IMAX, New York CityAMC Metreon IMAX,
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Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’ To Receive 10th Anniversary IMAX 70mm Release

There are only a handful of filmmakers working today that make films that are worthy of being shown on 70mm. Leading the way, in most people’s minds, would be Christopher Nolan. The director is known for his incredibly beautiful films. And to celebrate the 10th anniversary of one of his best works, Nolan is finally getting the full 70mm treatment.

Warner Bros. announced today that “The Dark Knight” is getting a special one-week re-release in select cities and will be shown in 70mm.

Continue reading Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’ To Receive 10th Anniversary IMAX 70mm Release at The Playlist.
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The Dark Knight to get limited IMAX re-release to mark 10-year anniversary

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Ten years ago today Christopher Nolan released his groundbreaking sequel to Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, in theaters to universal acclaim and record-shattering box office. To this day it remains the high mark for comic book movies and is one of the most iconic movies of the 21st century. The anniversary of its release will be marked with plenty of think pieces and reflections, but the best way to... Read More...
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Warner Bros. Announces IMAX Re-Release Of The Dark Knight For 10th Anniversary

Now there’s a Batman.

Warner Bros. has today confirmed that The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan’s carefully-crafted masterpiece, is all set for a special one-night-only IMAX screening in honor of its 10th anniversary.

Only four locations will host the DC sequel across North America in what is being described as a “limited one-week engagement.” That means that, from August 24th, venues in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Toronto will swing their doors open to the Caped Crusader for an unmissable IMAX 70mm screening of what is arguably Christoper Nolan’s magnum opus.

Ten years ago to the day, Nolan broke new ground in the superhero genre by capturing The Dark Knight on IMAX 70mm film – a technique he would greatly expand upon for The Dark Knight Rises, 72 minutes of which were filmed on the large-screen format, over the half-hour sequence(s) from The Dark Knight.

Behind The
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The Dark Knight to receive 10th anniversary re-release in IMAX 70mm

There is no doubt that The Dark Knight is one of the most beloved films in the superhero genre. It broke ground in the genre and paved the way for superhero films to be made and taken seriously among critics and the mainstream audience. As fans celebrate the 10th anniversary of the film’s release today, Warner Bros. has announced the film will get a special IMAX 70mm re-release to commemorate the milestone beginning August 24 for a week.

WB’s President of Domestic Distribution Jeff Goldstein made the announcement today. Christopher Nolan had made it a goal to film using IMAX cameras and shot a good portion of The Dark Knight in IMAX and helped revolutionize the format for modern films. He has used IMAX cameras on all his films since, most prominentally Interstellar and Dunkirk while Marvel shot Avengers: Infinity War entirely on IMAX.

The only unfortunate aspect of
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‘The Dark Knight’ Swoops Back Into Limited Theaters for 10th Anniversary IMAX Re-Release

‘The Dark Knight’ Swoops Back Into Limited Theaters for 10th Anniversary IMAX Re-Release
Ten years ago, The Dark Knight changed the way we would see superhero movies. And it also changed the way that IMAX cameras would be used in mega-blockbusters. In 2008, director Christopher Nolan made the radical choice to shoot select sequences from the movie in IMAX, making The Dark Knight the first major feature film to use IMAX 70mm […]

The post ‘The Dark Knight’ Swoops Back Into Limited Theaters for 10th Anniversary IMAX Re-Release appeared first on /Film.
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