Artist Aslan Malik turns his pen and targets North Korea as he turns the nation’s dictator Kim Jong-Un into Justice League villains. He uses the nation’s currency to create his “Injustice League” collection. Seeing as we’re not in North Korea, we can freely say that it isn’t too far from the truth.
There are many conspiracies surrounding the Super Bowl blackout, but this puts all suspicions to rest. Yes, it is true, Bane was the cause of the power outage. Just another one of his evil ploys. Maybe he will spare Beyonce…he seems to be quite a fan.
Funny or Die made this exclusive video spoofing the recent power outage at the Super Bowl starring Chris Kattan. Their spoofs never fail to make me laugh. The only way this would have been better is if Tom Hardy showed up because…yum. Who DOESN’T love Tom Hardy? Even in that Bane mask me makes me swoon.
Enough about Tom Hardy though, watch the video here.
After Bane rudely interrupts a life-as-usual football game at a stadium and sets off explosives in the movieThe Dark Knight Rises, he goes off on a long-winded terrorist rant. While it was probably pretty intimidating for the football fans present, things would have been even more interesting if he had only freestyle rapped. Think about it, whatever you have to say in life people the chances of people listening increases exponentially if you rap.
In this parody by Auralnauts called ”Freestyle Bane,” the supervillain tests out a different strategy on the people of Gotham.
Watch it here
The Dark Knight Rises is being released tomorrow but just remember, somewhere out there is a lone Darth Vader riding a unicycle and playing bagpipes while wearing a traditional Scottish kilt. With all the attention on Bane, the dark enforcer can’t help but suffer from a low self-esteem. The desperate act is a wretched attempt to entice the Internet turn its attention back on him. Sorry dude, you’ll just have to sit this one out.
Good old Christopher Nolan has been keeping us in the dark (no pun intended) for quite a long time now regarding the details of the third and final installment of his Batman trilogy. Finally the tight-lipped director has revealed who Thomas Hardy will be playing in The Dark Night Rises.
Perez Hilton reports that Hardy will be playing the villain, Bane alongside a freshly cast Anne Hathaway who will be playing Selina Kyle. Bane appeared in the 1997 film, Batman & Robin as the silent sidekick of Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman). However, Bane will take on much more of a leading role in The Dark Night Rises.
Bane originally appeared in the Batman comic books in 1993. He was imprisoned for nearly his entire life where he developed strength and agility within the confines of his cell. When prison guards took notice of his unimaginable strength they chose him to be the test subject for a mysterious and lethal drug called Venom. After narrowly avoiding death, Bane discovered that Venom would increase his strength immensely, however he must take it every 12-hours otherwise he will suffer from hideous and fatal side-effects.
Bane is a good choice for a villain in the new film. He should prove to be a very tough match for The Dark Night due to his intelligence and incredible vigor. Let’s hope Hardy delivers.