Gotham, the Batman prequel drama, has found its Bruce Wayne.
Touch star David Mazouz has been cast as the young billionaire who is sentenced to a solitary life after the tragic murder of his wealthy parents. Serious and soulful, young Bruce relies on the guidance and protection of Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee) and James Gordon(Benjamin McKenzie).
Holy DVD, Batman!
The original Batman TV series from the 1960s, starring Adam West as the Caped Crusader, is finally going to be available to own.
They're all the rage these days — on film, on TV, even on Broadway — but there was a time when America had no superheroes. So, just like with jazz and blue jeans, we had to invent them. The three-hour PBS documentary Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle (Tuesday, Oct. 15) will track their evolution from the birth of Superman in the Great Depression to the powerhouse dominance of Spider-Man and...
Batman '66 Chapter 2
Holy revival, Batman! DC Comics has brought the Caped Crusader's iconic 1960s TV show back to life in a weekly digital comic book series. Batman '66 debuted last week with new vibrant adventures of Batman and Robin, famously played by Adam West and Burt Ward on the ABC series.
The Super Hero Squad Show
The Super Hero Squad Show, Cartoon Network's adorable kid-friendly series starring Marvel Comics icons, boldly goes on a casting spree for its upcoming second season, which will be previewed next week Comic-Con.
"We explore what happens in the Marvel Universe outside of Earth — different dimensions, outer space and all these crazy places," says Cort Lane, Marvel's VP for animation...
The trilogy is now complete. Family Guy's popular series of Star Wars parodies — the Empire Strikes Back installment was the No. 3 best-selling Blu-ray release of 2009 — goes for the intergalactic trifecta with a spoof of Return of The Jedi.
As you can tell by TV Guide Magazine's exclusive first look at the poster art, the still untitled project retains its faithful tone...
We can't curb our enthusiasm for Jeff Garlin, who plays Larry David's manager on Curb Your Enthusiasm and recently headlined his own standup special, Jeff Garlin: Young and Handsome.
TV Guide Magazine: Your special debuted the same week as Curb's new season. Were you worried about overexposure?
Garlin: God, no! First off, ...
Adam West, star of a new Fox network promotional campaign called "What's Adam West Watching," couldn't be more comfortable with comedy. This is the man, after all, who played one of the darkest crime fighters for campy laughs. "They have the Dark Knight, OK? I'm the bright knight, if you will," says the star of the '60s series Batman.
The 81-year-old actor's cool deadpan still serves him well in duties ranging from mayor of Quahog on Family Guy to the new promos, in which he tells viewers which Fox shows he loves, with much comedy along the way. TVGuide.com recently caught up with West...
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Holy Dancing with the Stars, rumor, Batman!Page Six reports that the latest contestant rumored to grace the parquet on the upcoming season of Dancing is Adam West. The star of the 1960s Batman series and current voice on the animated hit Family Guy is pushing 80, but sources say he's "in outstanding shape" and ready to dance.The official cast lineup won't be made until Aug. 25, but a rep for West said he is "one of the people they are seriously looking at."Would you like to see the former Caped Crusader bring his Bat-moves to the dance floor? Adam Bryant
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Last week, 1966s perfectly preserved Batman: The Movie hit Blu-Ray and the man himself, Adam West, was awesome enough to chat with me about life as the classic Caped Crusader and spill the beans on his greatest foe. Damian Holbrook TV Guide: OK, so I have been a fan since I was a kid. You are the classic Batman
Adam West: Like Classic Coke. [Laughs] Makes a lot of people sick, ruins your teeth, ruins your stomach.TV Guide: But its so good! And I love that you havent turned your back on the past. A lot of actors dismiss their defining roles.West: Is that OK?TV Guide: Definitely.West: Good. [Laughs] I reasoned many years ago that not many actors get a chance, as you indicated, to play a defining role that kind of becomes their signature, if you will. And because I got that with Batman, I am one of the few, so why not embrace it? It makes a lot of people happy and that pleases me as well.TV Guide: And I am not ashamed to admit that Im one of those...