Batman Begins and The Dark Knight have jumped between no less than four different US streaming services since last March.

2005’s Batman Begins and 2008’s The Dark Knight, the first two entries in director Christopher Nolan’s Batman film trilogy, have certainly been all over the US broadcast scene in the last year. In fact, the movies have jumped between no less than four different platforms since March 2020.

An infographic created by Reelgood chronicles the journey of the two films through US streaming services over the past 12 months. The beginning of batman Y The dark knight They were on Netflix in March 2020, but left the service on March 30 of that year. The movies remained in limbo for about a month, but were then added to Hulu on May 1, 2020. They left Hulu a few months later, on July 31, and were added to HBO Max the next day, on August 1. .

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Nolan’s movies left HBO Max on November 30 and were added to Peacock a day later, on December 1. They were at Peacock for just one month, leaving service on December 31st, and rejoining HBO Max on January 1, 2021. As of now, The beginning of batman Y The dark knight they are still on HBO Max. However, they were also added back to Netflix a few days ago, on March 1, which means that the two movies are currently streaming on both platforms at the same time. Interestingly, the third and final film in Nolan’s series: The dark knight rises – is not available on any of the streaming services mentioned above at this time.

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Nolan reinvented Batman for a new era with The beginning of batman. Starring Christian Bale as The Caped Crusader, the film was released in 2005 as the first Batman live-action film since 1997. Batman and robin. The beginning of batman was followed by two sequels, The dark knight Y The dark knight rises, which was released in 2008 and 2012, respectively. The 2008 film is perhaps the most famous of the acclaimed trilogy, receiving eight nominations at the 81st Academy Awards, winning two. Heath Ledger was posthumously awarded Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of the Joker, and Nolan’s frequent collaborator Richard King took home the honor of Best Sound Editing.

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