Thursday, July 26, 2012


now that the cats Pretty much out of the bag and  we all know JGL is ROBIN  IN NOLANS THE DARK KNIGHT RISES WHAT WOULD HE HAVE LOOKED LIKE IF HE SUITED UP! i was sent this pic Anonomously ! so thank you to whover sent it! but it looks pretty freaking awesome lets make it happen!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012


wow WB and Nolan must be pissed huge spoiler given away on Cover of GQ! this is a seminal Day for BATMANNROBINONFILM!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Warner Bros. are beginning their campaign to raise awareness of the team. And what better way of doing it than a game from Rocksteady which will pit Batman and the League against the Joker?

Variety reports that Warner Bros. are moving ahead with plans to increase audience awareness of the Justice League before their planned big screen debut in 2015. This will include an new title from Rocksteady (the developers of best-selling and critically acclaimed titles Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City), who are said to be hard at work on a video game which is described by the site as a, "New, highly stylized title is being developed as a prequel that revolves around Batman's first meeting with the Joker. It's based on the Silver Age of DC's comicbooks from the 1950s when the Caped Crusader teamed with other heroes like Superman and founded the Justice League of America." The currently untitled game isn't expected to be released until 2
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Warner's super vision

Studio ramps up effort to maximize DC's Justice League heroes via games, TV, pics

Until Warner Bros. assembles its creative team around a "Justice League" movie, the studio and DC Entertainment are focusing on getting audiences used to seeing the group's superheroes together in other ways.
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and the Flash
already appear in Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's "Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes," released in June, and will reunite for the videogame division's "Injustice: Gods Among Us," out next year.
But Variety has learned that WBIE is expected to reteam some of the characters in some form for the next installment in Rocksteady Studios' gritty vidgame series that began with "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and "Arkham City."
New, highly stylized title is being developed as a prequel that revolves around Batman's first meeting with the Joker. It's based on the Silver Age of DC's comicbooks from the 1950s when the Caped Crusader teamed with other heroes like Superman and founded the Justice League of America.
Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill voiced Batman and the Joker, respectively, in the previous games. Hamill has already said he won't be back to play the villain in the next game.
Warner Bros.' games group introduced the gritty "Batman: Arkham Asylum" game in 2009, followed by last year's "Batman: Arkham City," which was heavily promoted at Comic-Con.
Sequel sold 2 million units worldwide in its first week and quickly topped 6 million within the first month, besting the 4.3 million that the first sold overall.
New game would likely bow in 2014 at the earliest. Title was not discussed during the E3 games confab in June, with WBIE focusing on unveiling "Injustice."
Opening up Batman's world would make sense given that Warner Bros. is eager to replicate the success Marvel and Disney have had with "The Avengers," which has grossed $1.5 billion this summer at the worldwide box office and minted even more coin from the sale of toys and other licensed merchandise.
As Warner Bros. polishes a "Justice League" script by "Gangster Squad" scribe Will Beall that it hopes to get up on the bigscreen in 2015, the rest of the studio's divisions are making moves to fulfill Time Warner's mandate to monetize its stable of iconic superheroes:
•The studio is prepping the family pic "Lego: The Piece of Resistance," which will star Batman and Superman as animated mini-figures.
•Warner Home Video released its animated feature-length direct-to-homevid pic "Justice League: Doom" in February.
•Cartoon Network launched a new DC Nation programming block in the spring, showcasing heroes from DC's library, with shows anchored by "Young Justice" and "Green Lantern: The Animated Series."
•The CW will premiere "Arrow," about the Green Arrow, this fall.
•Warner Bros. Consumer Products brokered a deal with Lego and Mattel to create action figures and playsets featuring all of DC's heroes, which include the Justice League's main members. Division earned $6 billion from licensing deals last year and hopes to grow that through the new toy pacts.
•DC Comics relaunched the "Justice League" books last year as part of the New 52 reboot.
•And DC Entertainment kicked off its "We Can Be Heroes" campaign in January, with singer Chris Daughtry as its ambassador, to raise awareness and funds to fight hunger in Africa. Effort involves Warner Bros. and Time Warner's other divisions and leans on the Justice League characters to educate the public on the issue. At Comic-Con, DC is hosting a "Darkness & Light: Art Inspired by Heroes & Villains, Hope & Heroism" art exhibit at the Michael J Wolf gallery, with sales benefitting the campaign.
These are just the first of a slew of projects expected to bow from WB's various divisions, sources tell Variety.
The first films to feature DC's heroes are coming together after Warner Bros. Pictures president Jeff Robinov took back control of how the characters are utilitzed in the studio's features in 2009. At the time, "Harry Potter" franchise steward Diane Nelson was put in charge of the reorganized DC Entertainment. Shortly thereafter, plans for "Man of Steel" were announced in 2010.
While Nelson is consulting on all projects involving the Justice League and its characters, the mandate for all of WB's divisions to boost their exposure comes from higher up the Time Warner executive ladder, perhaps from CEO Jeff Bewkes, sources tell Variety.
It will be another several months before Warner Bros. announces a new slate of superhero pics, Robinov has said. Until then, all roads already appear to lead to a "Justice League" team-up in some form.
"Green Lantern" scribes Marc Guggenheim and Michael Green are writing "The Flash" for director Greg Berlanti, while another "Green Lantern" scribe, Michael Goldenberg, has been hired to write "Wonder Woman."
Warners toppers say they plan to reveal their upcoming film plans for DC's characters within the next several months.
Until then, it's clear that Christopher Nolan -- who has close ties to DC's top crime fighters after his Batman trilogy and producing duties on Superman reboot "Man of Steel," out next summer under helm of Zack Snyder -- won't direct "Justice League." While promoting "The Dark Knight Rises," he told reporters he's "finished" with Batman and "this is the end of our take on this character…I've got no plans to do anything more and certainly no involvement with any Justice League project."
WBIE declined to comment on upcoming game plans, as did DC Entertainment on the "Justice League."

Thursday, July 5, 2012

More ROBIN Speculation Joker has a connection to Robin and Haley;s Circus??

new tie-in book for The Dark Knight Rises a few theories about the Joker's background are presented. The first theory is rather bland and speculates that the Joker was a patient of Arkham Asylum, but no records indicate that he was ever there. While it is the second theory that is quite interesting as it presents a possibility that Dick Grayson/Robin could exist in Nolan's universe.

"The Joker does not appear to have any connections to Gotham's crime syndicates, though he knocked over a mob bank. One possible motive for this, which could also explain the clown motif, is the Haley Brothers Circus. The circus was recently in town for a two-month engagement and it was rumored their boss had connections to Sal Maroni. The Joker could be a former Haley Brothers employee with some kind of grudge against the mob."

From that bit of information IGN has put two and two together and it makes quite a bit of sense.

Comics readers will know that Haly's Circus was the home to the Flying Graysons, who were killed after Sal Maroni's associate Tony Zucco sabotaged their ropes in order to send a message to the circus owners that the mob intended on using their trucks to ship drugs. (SPOILER: Speculation that Joseph Gordon-Levitt's cop character John Blake is a potential Batman successor/would-be Robin will only be fueled by the revelation in The Dark Knight Manual that Blake, like Bruce Wayne, is an orphan who "channeled his anger and pain ... into his work serving and protecting the people of Gotham.")

The GCPD report offers one other theory about the Joker's identity: "Given the Joker's access to, and relative comfort with, military-grade technology such as grapple cannons, weaponized gases, explosives, and automatic weapons, it is possible that the man is a former soldier, perhaps suffering from severe PTSD." The report later suggests "anarchy" as a possible motive for Joker's crimes, speculating: "The Joker has murdered or attempted to murder various civic officials. It is possible that he is an extremist anti-government agitator or a soldier angry with the government for sending him to war."

Monday, July 2, 2012

more possible proof of Robin JGL in a "robin" costume at the Costume ball!

 so is  is this the throwaway nolan is giving us John blake aka really dick grayson undercover police informant only dressing as robin at the ball? i hope nolan would not shortchange robin like that!

Sunday, July 1, 2012


got this from my sourec ALClips this is so completely Plausible that it all make sense now but come on Robin without his costume!? and remember theres a scene with Selina and bruce dancing in the ballroom that mirrors batman returns! and there was a pic of Joseph Gordon levitt in a robin costume at the costume party? so is that the throwaway hes going to give us?? he dresses up as Robin only at a costume ball? WTF  NOLAN? anyway  here is the POTENTIALY HUGE BOMSHELL SPOILER INFO Thanx to  AL! "Okay I"m not saying where I got this from. But it's legit, trust me. Apparently the whole Robin/Blake rumor is for real.

Here is how it rolls. Blake was planted into the police force by Bruce after an incident that happened years ago, Bruce took Grayson in. He's not using his real name/ as he is in fact Dick Grayson. Backstory is explained near the end. Now here is the weird part though. He never actually puts on a costume. He's simply an undercover police informant for Bruce. Part of the reason is because Bruce wants to know what the police know about Batman. It's not so much about having Dick as an asset, as it is having him as an informant.(so for one he knows what's going on crimwise, and most importantly he knows where they are in regards to the pursuing of Batman. It's not revealed until the end, but it's hinted at times, most of which is Blakes concern about Bruce. One of trailers involving Selina/Blake hints at this. Now it's starting to make sense for y'all isn't it?

The one thing I never understood when watching the trailers, is how Blake knew to target Selina when she tries to escape via the airport. He knew because Bruce knew(because she stole from Bruce), the police force knew of her, but had no reason to suspect she was with Bane.

Anyways... If you were spoiled sorry,...I warned you.

Also towards the ends it's revealed in a really kick ass way. When Bruce is fighting Bane at town hall, Blake, confronts Talia and along with a few officers attempts to lock her down. She attempts to contact some fo her fellow Leaguers, and he shuts down the communications she is using, by tapping into it via, phone/code. Though the fight with Bane/Batman carries them into the hall regardless. Bruce then instructs Dick/John to go back outside and wait. Blake is also responsible along with Gordon in telling people to take shelter....