THE MOVIE: Christopher Nolan will bring his stunning Batman trilogy to a close with The Dark Knight Rises. The film stars Christian Bale as Batman, Tom Hardy as the villainous Bane, and Anna Hathaway as Catwoman. Also look for Gary Oldman, Michael Caine, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Morgan Freeman. In theaters on July 20, 2012.
THE TRAILER: Courtesy of Apple Quicktime.
Updates: Dark Horizons linked an early look at Hathaway as Catwoman. Screen Rant has more Catwoman photos. Oh, and AICN has a new pic of The Bat Wing. Dark Horizons linked an L.A. Times interview with Christopher Nolan. More Bane Empire pics. Some quotes from the cast and crew here. CBM uploaded an interview with Jonathan Nolan. Apparently, Joey King plays a somewhat spoiler-y character. CBM reports that Neeson is back as Ra’s al Ghul. Joseph Gordon-Levitt seems to confirm the populist pro-Occupy Wall Street angle TDKR is aiming for this time around.
This news is a little pre-mature, but still very cool. AICN reports that a special feature for the future release of the The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray & DVD will revolve around the history of all 5 Batmobile vehicles from the movies and TV show. AICN has a video (by Josh Turchetta) that was shot while Warner Bros. was filming the documentary. Collider has 6 new images. Enjoy! EW interviews Tom Hardy and discusses playing Bane and inventing the villain’s controversial voice.
The new trailer is online and, yeah, it might just make you forget all about a movie called Avengers. Hot on the heels of yesterday’s new poster from Slash Film comes six new character posters. A fire rises!
Total Film has linked two new TV spots – Spot 1 and Spot 2 (Catwoman). Also check out some genuinely snazzy banner posters. Here’s two more banner posters but they’re cool enough to warrant checking out. Check out the new Catwoman poster. A third TV spot is now online. Cinema Blend has a 4th TV spot and two more banners.
A new MTV Movie Awards trailer. I’m probably gonna avoid this one for fear of spoilers. But we also now know that the movie’s official runtime is 2 hours and 45 minutes. Check out the new The Dark Knight Rises TV spot, which reveals some fresh footage. Trailer #4 is now on YouTube. July 20th has never seemed so far away! A new international trailer is a minute long and supposedly emphasizes more of the humor in the film. Check out the latest poster! Check out the new poster, clip and trailer.
BREAKING NEWS: Check out 2 new TV spots at Total Film.