Introducing FSR’s Guide to The Dark Knight

The Official Guide to The Dark Knight

First we brought you all of the goods on Indiana Jones at the beginning of the summer, then we introduced you to a familiar face with The Incredible Hulk, and we even brought you into the world of espionage with Secret Agent Week. And this week we continue our romp through Summer Movie Season 2008 by introducing our biggest, most epic feature yet: our Official Guide to The Dark Knight.

Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale are back, hot off the success of 2005’s franchise reboot Batman Begins to bring us back to Gotham City. In a new Batman-led era, violent crime has broken out in the streets of Gotham, courtesy of The Joker, played by Heath Ledger. With his penchant for violence and his unapologetic committment to pure anarchy, The Joker might just be the greatest threat that Gotham has ever seen.

It is a film that critics across the country have already called “epic” and “unlike anything you will see this year,” so why shouldn’t we spend some time on it. By clicking the banner above or the one below, you will be taken to our official homepage for The Dark Knight. There you will find articles chronicling the history of Batman, both on-screen and in comics. As well, we will have reports all week from The Dark Knight press junket, including interviews with the cast and filmmakers as well as behind-the-scenes features that you won’t want to find anywhere else.

But enough talk, it is time to get ready for The Dark Knight!

And here… we… go…

FSR's Official Guide to The Dark Knight

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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