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Coming from Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson, the new series follows the finest cop in 1864 who tries to find out what happened to his family while keeping the peace in Five Points.
The leading man of 'The Dark Knight Rises' is in talks to play a small-time assassin called Rawbone in the novel-adapted film to be directed by Todd Field.
The 'Dark Knight Rises' lead actor meets the Aurora hospital staff, police officers and Gov. John Hickenlooper in addition to offering his support for the wounded.
Director Christopher Nolan also made a comment, saying he's devastated of how someone can violate the innocence of his 'home', the cinema.
The 'Dark Knight Knight Rises' helmer claims that if he finally decides to direct a 007 film, 'it would have to be the right situation and the right time in their cycle of things.'
The lead actor, who once shared screen with the Joker depicter, appears to get choked up when remembering his late co-star after 'The Dark Knight Rises' footage is screened.
The Bruce Wayne/Batman of the 'Dark Knight' movie series spills his date with Barrymore, 'We went to see some bloody awful horror film.'
The Neytiri of 'Avatar' is in talks to star as a waitress who marries a town sheriff in the upcoming revenge drama, which will be directed and written by 'Crazy Heart' helmer Scott Cooper.
Revealing how he interprets the Caped Crusader's character in the highly anticipated superhero movie, Bale gushes, 'For me he is an anarchist and a free spirit.'
The actor is not denying the possibility of his new movie being censored in China for it was an epic movie about the Japanese invasion in Nanjing.
Responding to recent headlines that government guards manhandled Bale in eastern China, a Foreign Ministry spokesman says it was the 'Dark Knight' actor who should feel embarrassed.
A footage documented by CNN captures the moment when several government-backed guards shoved the 'Dark Knight' star and tried to grab his small camera.
The Magneto of 'X-Men: First Class' has not been given a formal offer to take the part of prophet Noah, but he reportedly has already discussed the role with director Darren Aronofsky.
The 37-year-old actor started playing the superhero character in 2008 but he hinted that 'everything's finished'.
Speaking about the character development of Wayne a.k.a Batman in the highly anticipated superhero film, Bale said, 'It's time for Bruce Wayne to face the pain, that has always stirred his life.'