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Danny Elfman

Award-winning composer Danny Elfman is gearing up to release Big Mess, his first full-length solo album since 1984’s synth-pop LP So-Lo. Elfman has now officially announced his forthcoming album with his new slow-burn track “True.” On April 12, Elfman unleashed a chaotic new video for “True” which offers another preview of what fans can expect […]

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Tim Burton Batman 89-min

It’s been almost thirty years since Michael Keaton hung up his Batman suit in 1992’s Batman Returns. Now, it looks like Tim Burton‘s Dark Knight is officially making a return in a new DC Comics series. Keaton’s incarnation of Batman is making a return to Gotham City for Batman ’89. However, this Bruce Wayne isn’t the […]

The post You can revisit Tim Burton’s Batman world in this new DC Comics series appeared first on Alternative Press.

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90s movie soundtrack songs

There are some songs that you hear that immediately make you think of the movie they were featured prominently in, such as Celine Dion’s smash “My Heart Will Go On.” You just can’t help but think of Rose on that block of wood, pledging her love to an exhausted, descending Jack, even while she won’t […]

The post 10 hits from the ’90s you probably didn’t know are from movies appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Alright, there’s a whole lot going on in the Batman universe this week. To start, both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton are reprising their Batman roles for the new The Flash film. As well, the official logo and another look at Batman’s suit in the 2021 film The Batman starring Robert Pattinson has been revealed. […]

The post Yes, Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck will both be Batman in ‘The Flash’ appeared first on Alternative Press.

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