Mountain Dew


Over at SuperHeroHype, they’ve unearthed a nifty little bit of viral fun for Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises at the recently-launched DewGothamCity site (and we thought this promotional tie-in was only going to give us sad Batman soda displays) – a press release announcing the signing of the so-called Dent Act (in honor of the memory of the dearly departed Harvey Dent). While the one-pager doesn’t contain the full text of the act itself (politics, ugh, boring), it does lay out some of the aims of the Act. And, man, is Gotham done with organized crime. The major points of the Act (and those mentioned in this release) include: “stricter penalties,” “denial of parole, for those who commit any crime deemed as part or function of a larger criminal enterprise,” the closing of a loophole” in the previous laws that hampered the city’s ability to stamp out organized crime,” a mention that some people think this might turn Gotham into a police state, and the first word on the creation of Harvey Dent Day. What does this all mean for The Dark Knight Rises and its plot, characters, and overall tone? Just that a lot of crime types are going to be buckwild mad, that prisoners are going to be pissed, that Gotham has crafted a holiday that seems like the perfect day for insanity to break out, and that even regular citizens are freaked out. And, yup, that sounds about right. Check out the full release after the break, and on […]



What is Movie News After Dark? Tonight, it’s hanging on by a thread, as we enter Day Four of Dear Leader Neil Miller’s Mental Health Break Staycation. While he’s off eating the finest BBQ that FSR’s hometown of Austin, Texas has to offer and Instagraming all the way, the rest of us are slaving over our keyboards and monitors to bring you the best content we possibly can. Of course, for tonight’s round of MNAD, that includes kitty GIFs, Battleship love letters, and something about the world’s most green soda missing the boat on a marketing opportunity and saddling up with the wrong superhero (to super-sad effect). It’s Movie News After Dark! And, man, is it tired. I won’t bury the lede here, folks, some people love Peter Berg‘s Battleship. Our Cole Abaius is not one of them. But guess who is! Huffington Post’s Mike Ryan! The scribbler has penned a love letter to the film, and while I can’t quite agree with the sentiment, he brings up some interesting and articulate points. And, as Ryan is both a friend and a colleague, I can assure you – he’s not joking and he’s not trolling.

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