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Comic-Con: Up close and personal with every single Batmobile ever -- VIDEO

There are very few things in life better than getting to strap into the impossibly cool Batmobile from the Michael Keaton-era Batman movies and enjoy a quick spin in the sun-dappled dusk of San Diego Comic-Con.

To commemorate the end of Christopher Nolan’s Bat-trilogy next Friday with The Dark Knight Rises, Warner Bros. trotted out six iterations of the Caped Crusader’s sweet wheels: The cartoony car from Adam West-era TV series; the sleek Keaton-era car from both Batman and Batman Returns; the outlandish cars from the Joel Schumacher-era Batman Forever and Batman & Robin; and the Nolan-era tank-like “Tumbler” vehicles from Batman Begins and The Dark Knight.

We got an up-close look at all of them, including that aforementioned ride in the Keaton-era Batmobile — and you’re likely not going to believe who was driving it. Check out my full video report below:  READ FULL STORY

New 'Dark Knight Rises' TV spot: Doctor's orders

Being Batman is rough on the body.

In this new TV promo spot for The Dark Knight Rises, Bruce Wayne is visiting his doctor (played by Thomas Lennon), and we see that his previous superhero work is catching up with him. Bonus: We also get a bit more of a look at Anne Hathaway as Catwoman and a Joseph Gordon-Levitt sighting.

Check out the clip after the jump: READ FULL STORY

'Dark Knight Rises' new IMAX poster

With just a little over a week until the July 20th release of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, fan excitement for the epic conclusion is gearing up.

For the lucky few that already have tickets to a midnight IMAX screening, even more great news: IMAX announced yesterday that ticketholders attending 12:01 a.m. screenings of The Dark Knight Rises on July 20 will receive an exclusive print featuring the movie’s villain, Bane (Tom Hardy). For those that don’t yet have midnight tickets, good luck.

The black-and-white image premiered on Fandango Tuesday.

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Christopher Nolan says no to 'Justice League' film

Now that Christopher Nolan is done with his epic Batman trilogy, the filmmaker has quashed speculation that he might be involved in a Justice League movie featuring the Dark Knight.

Writer-director Nolan said his take on Batman wraps up with The Dark Knight Rises, his third and final film centered on the DC Comics superhero. In an interview over the weekend to promote the finale, Nolan said he has no Justice League plans.

“No, none at all,” Nolan said. “We’re finished with all we’re doing with Batman. This is the end of our take on this character.”

Fans have conjectured that Nolan might return to Batman by producing a big-screen take on Justice League, DC Comics’ Avengers-style ensemble whose key superheroes include the Dark Knight, Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern.

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'The Dark Knight Rises': Christopher Nolan cements his place in Hollywood at hand and footprint ceremony

Christopher Nolan will leave big shoes to fill when it comes to future silver screen interpretations of the Batman story, but for now he’s letting his shoes leave their mark – in Hollywood’s most famous cement courtyard, that is. The Dark Knight Rises director was honored during a hand and footprint ceremony at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles today.

Nolan joins 261 other Hollywood luminaries – including Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Julie Andrews and Steven Spielberg – immortalized in the Forecourt to the Stars since 1927.

“This is all a bit surreal for me,” Nolan told the crowd, which included his family, cast members of The Dark Knight Rises, frequent collaborators Wally Pfister and Hans Zimmer, and an assemblage of eager Batman fans. The director – who is also behind such mind-benders as Inception, Memento and The Prestige – then recalled his first visit to Grauman’s at the age of 16. READ FULL STORY

Five things we learned from 'The Dark Knight Rises' production notes

Warner Bros. released a 49-page set of production notes from The Dark Knight Rises on the official site for the film. If you dive deep, there are a few pearls of spoilerific wisdom to be found about the story, cast and crew. Here are five little facts you may not have known before.

1. Not only is everyone’s favorite “Gentleman at Party,” Senator Patrick Leahy, in the batverse again, so is the mayor of Pittsburgh, Luke Ravenstahl. But who is Ravenstahl portraying? “Other Gentleman at Party,” “Remorseful Politican,” or “Relieved Muggee”? None of the above — he’s the kicker for the football team playing against the Gotham Rogues, of course!

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Stunt coordinators from 'Spider-Man,' 'Dark Knight,' and more talk worst on-set injuries

“I don’t think it’s anything to be proud of, being hurt,” says Amazing Spider-Man stunt coordinator Andy Armstrong. “It’s invariably a mistake, something gone wrong, a miscalculation.” And most of the time Hollywood’s top stunt men nail the ever-more-intense action sequences that pack thrill seekers into theaters every summer. But sometimes things do go wrong, and when you’re, say, driving an airborne car that’s rigged to explode, the consequences can be devastating. We asked a bunch of prominent stunt pros about their most brutal accidents.

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'Dark Knight Rises' TV spot: Catwoman to the rescue

Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman gets an extra-special showcase in the latest TV advertisement for The Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan’s upcoming movie about steroidal anarchists with breathing masks or whatever. “You don’t stand a chance against these guys,” says Anne-Cat. “With your help, I might,” says Bale-Bat. Watch the trailer: READ FULL STORY

Hey look, another 'Dark Knight Rises' trailer!

The trailers for The Dark Knight Rises have been judicious with plot revelations. We all have the same rough notion that Christopher Nolan’s Bat-threequel is some vague combination of political allegory and stealth Rocky III remake, starring a villain who wears a mask that appears to be leftover from your totally sweet District 9 Halloween costume. But the latest trailer offers a bit of intrigue, with a captured Bruce Wayne mumbling “I’m not afraid… I’m angry” in his best Eric Bana impression. Also, Gotham is apparently being attacked by a roving band of Sandinistas. Watch and ponder: READ FULL STORY

'Dark Knight Rises' TV spot: 'Now you're just showing off'

In a short but sweet Dark Knight Rises TV spot — the first since tickets for the July 20 release went on sale — a few new details emerge, or at least are reinforced. Gotham has finally become the peaceful city Bruce’s father envisioned, judging by the exchange between Gordon (Gary Oldman) and copper John Blake (Joseph Gordon Levitt). “When you cleaned up the streets, you cleaned them good,” says Blake. “Pretty soon, we’ll be chasing down overdue library books.”

But as we know, it can’t last. “It’ll liven up in a minute,” says Anne Hathaway’s Selina Kyle. “Trust me.”

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