BATMAN ... SERVED?
From the "that's weird" files, an article from Variety notes that the mayor of an oil-producing Turkish town has filed a lawsuit against Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. for royalties from mega-grosser "The Dark Knight." Â Why? Â The town in question is called Batman. Â Seriously. Â "There is only one Batman in the world," Mayor Huseyin Kalkan said. "The American producers used the name of our city without informing us." Â Yes, the story addresses the fact that the character has been in circulation since 1939. Â However, there hasn't been a single property to generate revenues bordering on one billion dollars, so ... Â "We are only aware of this claim via press reports and have not seen any actual legal action," a Warner Bros. rep said in a statement.
CBR News has the new character-based posters in high definition for your viewing pleasure.
Creator Mark Millar did an hour long chat on the official Â "Wanted" website to be featured on a special edition DVD, where he discusses his new film.
Kryptonsite has the title of this season's fourteenth episode on their spoilers page. Â
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