The Dark Knight Legacy - Fan Film

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Fan Film
Title: The Dark Knight Legacy - Fan Film
Creator: Machinima
Date: September 16, 2013
Length: 7:16
Medium: live-action
Genre: Action
Fandom: The Dark Knight
URL: Youtube

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The Dark Knight Legacy is a fan film that takes place one year after the Dark Knight Rises featuring Red Hood and several major Gotham's underworld criminals.


Dark Knight Legacy is a fan film set one year after the Dark Knight Rises, following "Robin" John Blake's heroic journey to protect the symbol of Batman from the lethal, relentless attacks of a masked vigilante known only as the Red Hood.

Cast and Crew

  • Directed by Brett Register
  • Produced by Denise Pantoja and TJ Rotell
  • Written by Woody Tondorf and Chris Landa
  • Edited by Brett Register
  • Cinematography by Jan Michael Losada
  • Sound and sound design by Mike Robertson and Sean Oakley
  • Music and score by Rob Gokee
  • Stunts by EMC Monkeys
  • Color correction by Tim Donahue
  • Video FX by Jordan Service
  • Wardrobe by Jenny Green
  • Red Hood helmet and Penguin makeup by Dan Crawley


Reviews & Reactions

As of May 13, 2015, the fan film has over 1,526,400 views, 20,314 likes and 1,055 dislikes.

"I just watched a Red Hood fan film and they included Stephanie #It's not an offcial film and yet i have tears #just imagine steph in a live action movie or tv show #stephanie brown #the spoiler #@god make it happen pls #tbd"[1]
"Hmm I like it :) Amazing Direction, Awesome Visual Effects, Really Cool Screenplay and Jaw Dropping Story. It's just like watching a Christopher Nolan Movie. Rating - 10/10"[2]
"that sooooo freaking badass why did this not continue. they totally should have continued this. nightwing was perfect. red hood was perfect. the way they melted sionis' face causing him to be black mask is sooo cool. man i am geeking out sooo much to this"[3]


  1. darevdevil. Tumblr post. (May 14, 2015)
  2. BRUCE WAYNE. Comment at Youtube
  3. Andrew Sesteaga. Comment at YouTube.