As much as we love Christopher Nolan's Batman movies, does anyone else get the feeling that he's a little embarrassed to be making superhero movies? After all, Batman's ride isn't the Batmobile, it's the Tumbler. The latest trailer for 'The Dark Knight Rises' showcases Batman's new mode of aerial transport, but it's not the Batplane. Nope. It's the Bat. In any case, the latest spot for the film showcases a lot of it and it looks pretty cool.
Are you ready for a bigger ‘Batman Begins?’ Before ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ reaches theaters, Christopher Nolan’s trilogy launcher will make its way to theaters with a fancy new IMAX retrofit, allowing Warner Bros. to screen both ‘Begins’ and ‘Dark Knight’ as part of an event leading up to the opening of ‘Rises.’
"Are you making 'Batman 4'? must be a question Christopher Nolan is getting pretty tired of hearing in the run-up to the release of 'The Dark Knight Rises' on July 27th. How many times does the man have to tell us "No!" before it finally sinks in that he's done with the Caped Crusader?
A new companion book to 'The Dark Knight Rises' spills some very interesting and potentially very spoilerific info about the movie's big villain, Bane (Tom Hardy). Warning: read no further unless you're absolutely dying to know the deal.
With 'The Dark Knight Rises' about to hit theaters, Christopher Nolan is starting to hit the publicity circuit. As all reporters are now trained to ask "What are you doing next?" Nolan has let slip that his Howard Hughes project is dead, but that he'd love to helm a James Bond film.
As you might imagine, it didn't take long for Warner Bros. executives to start talking with Christopher Nolan about a follow up to 'The Dark Knight' - the film was a massive critical and commercial success. But would you believe they already whispering their plans for 'The Dark Knight Rises' to Nolan and his creative team at the 'Dark Knight' premiere? And they even had an idea for who they wanted to play the villain...
One of the first posters for Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ promised that ‘The Legend Ends.’ And now, as we inch closer to Nolan’s third and reported final installment in his Batman franchise, the director and his star suggest it might be the true end … or it might not.
As if the first TV Spot wasn't enough, Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises' premiered a second TV spot tonight. And both are great! If you weren't excited for this film before, maybe this spot will get you revved up for the return and the end of Nolan's Batman trilogy.
Just on the heels of some new photos and all those new posters, 'The Dark Knight Rises' is beginning its final marketing push, and the latest is the first TV spot for the movie. And it's not just a cut-down version of the film's last trailer, it's got new footage and a couple of jokes.
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