Anne Hathaway

REVIEW: The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises is the epic conclusion to the Christopher Nolan trilogy starring Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne. The movie starts off eight years after the events of The Dark Knight. The Batman has retired, and there has been relative peace in Gotham. That’s until a new villain comes to town, Bane, played brilliantly by Tom Hardy. Nolan’s take on Batman has always focused on the psychology of what drives a man to do such extraordinary feats to protect a city. The Dark Knight Rises completes the Bruce Wayne/Batman character arc and is largely satisfying to the fans. There is so much content in this movie it almost feels like it’s too much. Rises has the longest run time of the three, and as much as I didn’t want to see this franchise come to an end there are many things in the movie that could have been cut to strengthen the film.

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The Lost Level: Episode 14 — New Beginnings

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This week on The Lost Level… Adam returns from a very special corporate gaming convention to discuss a lot of meaty and interesting games. New games specifically that are coming out later this Fall which include Battlefield 3, Modern Warfare 3, the PlayStation Vita, Skyrim, Rage and… Ubisoft’s Rocksmith?! Seriously now?

Then we have the awesome trio (that’s G, Chris and of course Adam) who are joined once again by Alex “Mr. Nips” Sanberg to talk about recent gaming and movie news. Topics this week include Star Wars: The Old Republic’s release date, the crazy Final Fantasy X remake rumor, Diablo 3′s “Early 2012″ release window, Anne Hathaway and her questionable Catwoman costume, updates on the Mass Effect movie, and more!

Special thanks, by the way, goes to The Fold and their song “Neverender” for providing this show’s intro and outro music.

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FIRST LOOK: Catwoman Costume in Dark Knight Rises

Comics Alliance posted a couple pics of Anne Hathaway dressed in the the traditional Catwoman leather that brings all the boys to the yard. This is a much different look than the first image we got of her on the Batpod with the glasses. As we all know Nolan likes to keep things as realistic, and purposeful as possible, so it wasn’t a stretch to believe the first image was his interpretation (sans glasses) of the classic character.

What do you think?

UPDATE: Comingsoon posted even more pictures. (click on Read More)

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