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For Clarity: Fan-Manipulated Two-Face Images For ‘The Dark Knight’ Are Indeed Doctored

Aaron Eckhart in Suspect Zero in 2004

While I typically swerve clear of conjecture and fake imagery, this post is dedicated to the pursuit of clarity because this particular fan-manipulated imagery has been causing a good deal of confusion.

Poster Mayhem: Multiple New Posters Surface For ‘The Dark Knight’; Bootlegged Trailer Leaks

The Dark Knight

Three new posters surfaced in the last 24 hours for “The Dark Knight” and fans didn’t even have to work hard for them through viral games. The first poster is the film’s international teaser poster.

Report: ‘The Dark Knight’ Trailer Expected to Surface Online Early Next Week

The Dark Knight

I’ve been hearing similiar rumblings and Superhero Hype! has now gone on record about it. Moments ago, the credible site reported that “The Dark Knight” trailer will surface online early next week at its official Web site.

Voice of Homer Simpson Pedals With ‘The Bicycle Men’ For Chicago Tour de Force

The Bicycle Men

HollywoodChicago.com Oscarman rating: 4.5/5CHICAGO – Frantic and fantastically funny, the musical-comedy play “The Bicycle Men” invades Chicago again for a limited run at the Lakeshore Theater this time featuring the man – Dan Castellaneta – who is best known as the voice of TV’s Homer Simpson.

‘The Dark Knight’ Delivers Sensory Orgasm in IMAX Prologue Before ‘I Am Legend’

A production still from The Dark Knight prologue

I went to screen “I Am Legend” on Wednesday to experience “The Dark Knight”.

That statement doesn’t speak grimly about my feelings for Will Smith. I was looking forward to learning his legend and I’m glad I did. The night at Chicago’s Navy Pier IMAX, though, went to its first six minutes with the Joker as the star.

Warner Bros. Formally Announces ‘The Dark Knight’ Prologue Before ‘I Am Legend’ in IMAX

The Dark Knight

We already knew about this, of course, but Warner Bros. on Wednesday released its official announcement that “The Dark Knight” prologue will be featured in its entirety before “I Am Legend” in IMAX.

Free Advance-Screening Passes For ‘Walk Hard,’ ‘Sweeney Todd,’ ‘The Orphanage,’ ‘Atonement’

John C. Reilly in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

Free advance-screening movie passes. No catch. Just click the link and RSVP.

This week, we have passes for “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story,” “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” “I Am Legend,” “Atonement,” “P.S. I Love You” and “The Orphanage”.

Warner Bros. Releases New Batpod Photo For ‘The Dark Knight’

Batman riding his Batpod in The Dark Knight

Warner Bros. on Monday released a new “The Dark Knight” photo of Batman riding his Batpod.

Might ‘Sweeny Todd’ Take Cake For Biggest ‘Bait-and-Switch Scheme’ in Movie History?

Johnny Depp and Alan Rickman in Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

As “Sweeney Todd” continues to capture all sorts of different kinds of buzz, one that particularly caught my eye on Monday came from the pen of Chicago Sun-Times reporter Lewis Lazare.

John C. Reilly Delivers Dewey Cox at Chicago’s Cubby Bear For ‘Walk Hard’

John C. Reilly as Dewey Cox in Chicago

We reported on Wednesday that man-of-many-faces John C. Reilly would be performing in character as Dewey Cox on Thursday in Chicago to pump his upcoming film “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story”.

Still Image, New Details Surface on Straight-to-Video Batman Anime

The Dark Knight anime

If there’s anything we’ve come to expect from “The Dark Knight” and the franchise lately, it’s these two words: always more.

On Nov. 30, I mentioned that Wizard’s 2008 movie spectacular magazine was hitting comic stores on Dec. 5 and newsstands on Dec. 18. On Wednesday, we learned more about a straight-to-video Batman anime story and saw a new still image to tease it.

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