A judge entered a plea of not guilty for Colorado shooter James Holmes on Tuesday. The former neuroscience student was charged with killing 12 people and wounding several others in an Aurora movie theater on July 20, 2012.
James Holmes, the man who allegedly behind the Aurora, Colorado shooting that happened on July 20, 2012 during a midnight film premiere of The Dark Knight Rises, is expected to plead not guilty by reason of insanity on Tuesday.
Highly acclaimed director Christopher Nolan has finally given his take on what lies ahead following his last Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises." Unfortunately for the millions of Batman fans, most will probably not like to hear what the filmmaker has to say.
"Bride Wars" star Anne Hathaway became a real-life bride on Saturday, Sept. 29. The biggest talk since the news came out on Sept. 30 was about Hathaway's custom wedding and veil designed for her by Valentino.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Aug. 14 and had an opportunity to touch base on the Batman franchise he now is involved in and any future projects inspired by the caped crusader. Unfortunately for diehard fans, the actor, who played John Blake in "Dark Knight Rises," decided to stay relatively mum on any plans for a future Batman film.
With the way that Joseph Gordon-Levitt's John Blake character finished off in "Dark Knight Rises," many knowledgeable fans are now more than ever pushing for a Batman sequel. Numerous clues throughout Nolan's epic masterpiece support a future John Blake character transition and it is indeed hard to ignore his striking similarities to the infamous Nightwing.
As "Dark Knight Rises" continues to make a splash at the box office with record setting statistics, many are fretting the end of the Christopher Nolan directorial era. However, with so many questions in the blockbuster unanswered, one can only wonder not when the "Dark Knight Rises, "buzz will cease but how the trilogy will continue; assuming it does.
As they say, with great power comes great responsibility. The "Dark Knight Rises" has been a film that has struck controversy. Not only from the Colorado shooting, but on a smaller scale as well, from comic fans, political types and general movie goers, to name a few.
Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises" earned $64.1 million at U.S. and Canadian theaters during its second weekend, topping box office charts in a sluggish overall market facing Olympic television coverage and the impact of the Colorado shooting.