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.
The arrival of 'The Dark Knight Rises' is just over three months away, and now director Christopher Nolan and stars Tom Hardy and Anne Hathaway have offered a little more insight into one of the year's most highly anticipated films.
What better way to start your day than with the confirmation of a ‘Dark Knight Rises’ rumor that has been circling ever since Christopher Nolan began shooting his anticipated sequel? Now, bear in mind that this could be a major spoiler, and so if you wish to go into the theater on July 20 with as clean a slate as possible, leave this page now.
There's a rumor going around that Christopher Nolan will attend Comic-Con for the first time this year, and bring 'The Dark Knight Rises' with him. We can't vouch for the veracity of those rumors but here's why we think that would be a good idea.
Christopher Nolan has close to four months before his wildly anticipated 'The Dark Knight Rises' reaches theaters, but reports say he recently delivered his first rough cut of the trilogy finale to Warner Bros. executives.
The report says Nolan has been “a fixture” on the studio lot lately as he put the finishing touches on his first pass of the massive blockbuster. Jeff Robinov, president of Warner Bros. Pictures, and production president Greg Silverman are among the select group who were able to see Nolan’s first cut of 'Rises'. Details about the screening, of course, were kept under lock and key.
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