On sale now, Entertainment Weekly's summer movie preview for 2012 comes with quite a lot of new images and information pertaining to The Dark Knight Rises, the new Christopher Nolan film based on the Batman character created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. In addition to six new images of Batman, Catwoman and Bane that may or may not constitute spoilers, the issue comes with some remarks from Nolan and his actors that offer some insight
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Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly comes a handful of new images from The Dark Knight Rises, the third and final chapter of writer/director Christopher Nolan's beloved Batman film cycle. Shots include a very nice closeup of Tom Hardy's Bane, revealing all the details about his mask, and a great full-torso photograph of Christian Bale's Batman t
As we predicted in our early review of The Dark Knight Rises prologue, actor Tom Hardy's heavily affected accent filtered through the mouth-covering mask of Bane has resulted in an immediately distinctive and eminently mockable voice. Reports indicated that director Christopher Nolan was largely satisfied with Bane's speech but that slight modifications were forthcoming. It would seem the film
Warner Bros. has unveiled an ominous one sheet poster for The Dark Knight Rises, showcasing Tom Hardy's Bane walking away from a shattered Batman mask beneath some even more foreboding text reading, "The Legend Ends." Following this week's screening of The Dark Knight Rises prologue, the image is especially intense for Batfans. Se
Movies: Fans may not know what Bane has in store for Batman in The Dark Knight Rises, but Tom Hardy seems to have cheerfully "broken" at least one crew member while working on the film.
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UK film magazine Empire has some tantalizing early promo shots from the set of The Dark Knight Rises, the next and final film in writer/director Christopher Nolan's hugely popular Batman cycle. The photographs offer our cleanest looks yet at Batman and Bane as
While we typically resist the urge to publish every sneaky, blurry behind-the-scenes photos of comic book movies that so ceaselessly litter the Internet, a series of great shots by Jared Wickerham offer an uncommonly clear look at the production of The Dark Knight Rises. Specifically, the photos
Production of The Dark Knight Rises got underway this week and was marked by the first official photograph of a character in costume. Bane, played in the Batman film by Tom Hardy, was revealed Friday morning in the first installment of what will no doubt be a grand viral marketing/alternate reality game in support of Christopher Nolan's new film.
Launched this morning, The Dark Knight Rises website is