It's a bad month for blockbusters on the Big Red Streaming Monolith as some of the biggest names on Netflix - "The Dark Knight," "Black Panther," "Lord of the Rings" - are marching off to greener pastures in March.
The big red streaming behemoth today announced what movies and television shows will leave in April - a list that'll look very similar to the new releases of the past few months unfortunately.
From comedy classics to Oscar winners and campy comic book originals, here's the full list of all of the movies those sidewindin', bushwackin', hornswagglin', cracker croakers at Netflix are getting rid of next month.
Yes, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" finally comes out tonight. But really, the Batman movie we should REALLY be looking forward to is "The LEGO Batman Movie," and today we got a look at its first trailer.
During last night's fall finale of "Gotham," Warner Bros. fittingly released a quick new teaser of next year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." Not bad! But, in classic DC movie form, this teaser reveal feels once again like it's playing catch-up to the MCU.
These are some of the links we can't stop clicking on this week.
While the campy but delightful TV show "Batman" approaches a half a century since its network debut, the Batmobile remains an "it" automobile, standing the test of time in coolness and recognizable design. Baby Boomers, Bat-Fans and beyond dream of cruising around town in style if ever given the keys to take Batman's ride for a spin. For Oconomowoc native Craig Schiefelbein, that dream is a reality, tucked away in his personal Batcave.
If you ever have the chance to chat with anyone working in radio, especially on air, then you know of some of the people who were huge influences on the industry. The world lost one of the greats with the passing of Casey Kasem.
I didn't have many nice things to say back when Tim Burton released "Dark Shadows," but considering "Frankenweenie" is coming out this weekend, I'm thinking we start fresh. As a sign of good will, here are five Tim Burton movies that give merit to the director's reputation of quality and creativity.
There's been much ado about the crucial final film of Nolan's third installment. But, much to the relief of fans, "The Dark Knight Rises" was the final Batman film audiences both needed and deserved.
The Humphrey IMAX Dome screen at the Milwaukee Public Museum will show "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" this summer.
A Packer tries out for a second career on TV ... Students do their stuff on Channel 36 ... The "Ghost Hunters" come to town ... Jimmy Fallon hosts the Emmys ... And a porn take on the TV version of Batman and Robin.
The latest Batman movie "The Dark Knight" opens a week from today and movie industry execs expect it to be a blockbuster. Here is a peek at the trailer.
What the last couple of Batman movies lacked in energy, "Batman Begins" more than makes up for, keeping the dialogue funny and believable, and the action tight and engaging. If "Batman Begins" is the final episode of the saga, at least it goes out with a bang, pow, zap!