Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group has released the full details on the December 4 home release of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises and has also revealed that a “Dark Knight Trilogy Limited Edition Giftset” is coming (though some might want to wait until the “Dark Knight Trilogy Ultimate Collector’s Edition” comes in 2013).
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Singer Andy Williams died at his home in Branson, Mo., on Tuesday after a year-long battle with bladder cancer, according to his publicist Paul Shefrin. He was 84.
Andrew Garfield will return to the role of Peter Parker and Marc Webb is set to direct as Columbia Pictures prepares to begin production on the next installment of The Amazing Spider-Man, it was announced today by Doug Belgrad, president of Columbia Pictures, and Hannah Minghella, president of production for the studio.
Although not officially released, James Bond fansite MI6 has scored what appears to be the cover art for Adele’s upcoming single that will serve as the theme for Sam Mendes’ Skyfall.
On the heels of their new poster, New Line Cinema and MGM have released a similarly Dwarven character scroll for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
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It was rumored for a while before any official announcement was made, but we can now confirm (via EW) that The Dark Knight Rises will be available in a limited ‘broken cowl’ edition which you can see after the jump.
‘Looper’ is a brilliantly made sci-fi with a few small faults, writes Lucien
‘The Campaign’ is a mildly funny and disappointing political comedy, writes Lucien
Many of 2012’s biggest films have been set beyond 2012, so we put them all on a timeline and find out how the next few decades will fare!
In my humble but honest opinion, Ty Burrell is one of the most versatile and charming actors working right now. I was a fan of his work since seeing him in ‘National Treasure 2’ and ‘The Incredible Hulk’, long before he began his highly-paid run on ‘Modern Family’. ‘Butter’ is probably his biggest film role to date. A low-budget indie comedy, this tells the story of a Sarah Palin-esque trophy wife (Jennifer Garner), determined to win the local butter-carving contest after her husband (Burrell) is kicked out for winning too many times. Her main rivals are Destiny, a young African-American girl who has spent her childhood moving between foster homes, and a stripper owed money by Burrell’s character. The film fails to be funny after the first 20-minutes or so, but the actors (especially Rob Cordroy) are so utterly charming, that ‘Butter’ manages to be one of the year’s most enjoyable feel-good films. Grade: B
Two new posters for the upcoming Universal Pictures comedy Identity Thief have debuted at Moviefone and The Huffington Post featuring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, respectively. UPDATE: A trailer is online
The November issue of Empire is almost here, and our cover story this month is the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger to the movies. The Austrian Oak, free of the demands of governing California, is back to breaking heads and taking names in The Last Stand, and in our exclusive in-depth interview and brand new photo shoot he tells us all about it. Further below, you can read an excerpt from the feature. Arnie also talked Predator, Commando, Terminator and much more, as well as talking about the films that might have been. This is a seriously comprehensive piece. Elsewhere in the issue, we talked to Elliott Gould, looked at Welcome To The Punch, previewed Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, looked at Shining documentary Room 237 and a huge amount more. The November issue of Empire is officially on sale in all good newsagents on Thursday, or you can try for the iPad or US iPad editions. Now here’s a short extract from our Arnold Schwarzenegger feature… EMPIRE IS HUDDLED in the back of the …
Nearly 14 billion years ago, a massive explosion in outer space resulted in the formation of the universe. Much more recently, another significant blowup occurred at 8 p.m. Thursdays on CBS.