The marketing for next month's release of The Dark Knight Rises is in full effect, and since they've already got sodas taken care of, that can mean only one thing: Facebook games. This time around, it's The Fire Rises, a real-time st
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Although I'll be damned if I can find it, we're reliably informed by Batman News that one of the teaser banners released last week in support of The Dark Knight Rises came with a hidden QR code that, when scanned, directed visitors to the film's official website and yet another poster for the new Batman film, this one featuring Catwoman. Or at least, Catwoman's stiletto heel. Check out the full image below, as well as some additional images and video.
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German fan site BatmanNews has posted a new scan from a local "prospectus" from Mattel showing off a variety of toys from the company's upcoming The Dark Knight Rises line. Among the items are several scales of Batman and Bane figures, plus a number of remote-controlled Bat vehicles like an armored Batpod. The
Video: Conan O'Brien comments on the arguably less-than-totally-audible state of Bane's voice in The Dark Knight Rises.
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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