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Left Handed Radio: The Sequel Machine – "Dark Knight 4"

Every month, The Sequel Machine recruits 25 writers to write the sequels for film's biggest franchises one page at a time. The catch is, the writers only get to read the page before theirs in a round-robin, exquisite corpse style. The end result is a hilarious, twisted, and as coherent as any misquided Hollywood sequel. This month: Dark Knight 4.

Performed by: Adam Bozarth, Dan Chamberlain, Matt Little, Anna Rubanova, Jeremy Bent, Michael Hartney, Kevin Hines, Jim Santangeli, and Brett White

See the next Sequel Machine show live: 9thmare on Elm Street. UCB Theatre East, 3rd Street & Avenue A. Thursday, October 4th, 11:00 PM.

Left Handed Radio: Come to a Staged Reading of 'Dark Knight 4' Thursday Night

Left Handed Radio presents The Sequel Machine, a monthly live show where 25 writers collaborate on a sequel to one of film's biggest franchises. The catch is that the writers of all stripes (The Onion, Fast Company, McSweeney's) pen one page at a time, and only get to see the page before their own. The results are hilariously twisted and virtually no different than a real sequel.

This month is Dark Knight 4! Batman faces off against his old nemesis: plot holes.

Thursday, September 6th at 7:30 PM, UCB East Theatre, 3rd Street and Avenue A, NYC. Tickets are $5. Make reservations now!

The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show: Dr. Batman PHd on 'The Dark Knight Rises'

This week on The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show my guest is Dr. Will Brooker, a man who wrote his PHd thesis on Batman. We discussed exactly what that means and how you do it last time Will was on the show, so this episode we really dug into The Dark Knight Rises. Find out what Will thinks is Batman's true weakness, what the film says about Occupy Wall Street, and what Mad Men actor should play Batman next (hint: not the guy that played Bert Cooper).

Usually Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Shows premiere on Tuesday but I actually posted this one earlier since it was a topic I knew [...]