This summer's blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises wrapped up director Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, with many fans wondering what the future holds for any further version of this superhero franchise. Today, we have word that Warner Bros. has quietly acquired several website domain names, which may offer hints about a new Batman movie, or possibly another video game. Take a look at the domain names below, none of which have been activated yet.
- www.arkhamuniverse.com (Arkham Universe)
batmanarkahmuniverse.com (Batman Arkham Universe)
batmanarkhamarises.com (Batman Arkham Arises)
batmanarkhambegins.com (Batman Arkham Begins)
batmanarkhamdarkknight.com (Batman Arkham Dark Knight)
batmanarkhamknight.com (Batman Arkham Knight)
batmanarkhamlegend.com (Batman Arkham Legend)
batmanarkhamlegends.com (Batman Arkham Legends)
batmanarkhamnight.com (Batman Arkham Night)
batmanarkhamorigins.com (Batman Arkham Origins)
batmanarkhamstories.com (Batman Arkham Stories)
darkknightarkham.com (Dark Knight Arkham)
dcarkhamuniverse.com (DC Arkham Universe)
dcarkhamverse.com (DC Arkhamverse)
thearkhamuniverse.com (The Arkham Universe)
The domain names were all registered on January 10, 2013 by a third party company named Mark Monitor. Warner Bros. has not confirmed any plans for a new Batman movie at this time.
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