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  • The cost of being Batman: $682,451,350

    The cost of being Batman: $682,451,350
    Being the Dark Knight isn’t easy on the body or soul. The job also weighs heavy on the wallet. The total cost of the Batman persona rings in at $682,451,350 -- and that doesn’t include the $7-billion Wayne Enterprises, according to an...
  • Getting into Superhero Shape

    Getting into Superhero Shape
    Comic book and superhero fans will dress as their favorite characters when Wizard World Chicago Comic Con begins Thursday in Rosemont. But it takes more than a costume to build the powerful muscles of Wolverine, or Lara Croft’s lean, curvy look,...
  • The Dark Knight Rises with Call Me Maybe Parody videos

    The Dark Knight Rises with Call Me Maybe Parody videos
    For the longest time I had never heard the song "Call Me Maybe", and I considered myself lucky for it. I even avoided all the music videos that were clogging the internet with cheerleaders lip-synching to the song. Then my streak of weeks living in...
  • 'The Lion King' to surpass 'A Chorus Line' on Broadway

    'The Lion King' to surpass 'A Chorus Line' on Broadway
    "The Lion King" is set to roar past "A Chorus Line" on Wednesday to become the fifth-longest running show in Broadway history. The Disney musical, directed by Julie Taymor, has been playing for 14 years and nine months. It opened at the New Amsterdam...
  • Canton remembers Nacho Mama's owner killed in accident

    Canton remembers Nacho Mama's owner killed in accident
    Patrick "Scunny" McCusker, the 49-year-old owner of Nacho Mama's and a force in the revitalization of Canton, was remembered Saturday by friends, employees, patrons and local leaders for his outsize personality, philanthropy and pioneering contributions...
  • Marvel brings together the "Spider-Men" of Two Universes

    Marvel brings together the "Spider-Men" of Two Universes
    Marvel Comics just made a big announcement today and you can file this under I for "I Knew It". After teasing it for a few weeks, Marvel has come out and revealed the premise behind "Spider-Men", a mini-series that they'll be releasing this summer, and...
  • In China, Hollywood blockbusters face off on same days

     In China, Hollywood blockbusters face off on same days
    China is rolling up the red carpet for Hollywood. Just six months after Chinese and American leaders reached a new agreement allowing more foreign movies into the world's most populous nation, officials there are trying to torpedo the box office...
  • A three-hour Warner Bros. tour

    A three-hour Warner Bros. tour
    The historic movie lot at Warner Bros. Studios is no amusement park. There is no roller coaster, no dinosaurs to send you down an 80-foot raft plunge. Curious George will never soak your kids or give them a hug. (See Universal for that.) But fans can...
  • Baltimore Comic-Con spotlights local artists

    Baltimore Comic-Con spotlights local artists
    This weekend's Baltimore Comic-Con, which fills city streets with costumed fans, will also highlight many local artists and comic book creators. Some, like Frank Cho and Greg Larocque, have illustrated Flash, Spider-Man and other classics. Others, like...
  • Small Wonders: Get creative, Hollywood!

    Dear Hollywood, As a lifelong admirer, consumer of your work and member of your workforce, now that the summer movie season is over, I feel it is my responsibility to make the following request: Please stop making Spider-Man movies! Seriously. Use...
  • Ivey Lane's evolution: From Rodney King to Trayvon Martin

    Ivey Lane's evolution: From Rodney King to Trayvon Martin
    Two decades ago, a largely white jury from a Los Angeles suburb lit a perilously short racial fuse with two words: "Not guilty." Four white Los Angeles police officers were freed on charges of excessive force in the brutal beating of Rodney King —...