Rumors suggest The Dark Knight Rises director’s cut and Blu-ray will include Bane origin scene and more footage of Liam Neeson as Ra’s al Ghul.
The costume designer for The Dark Knight Rises reveals there were scenes shot exploring the backstory of Tom Hardy’s Bane that never made it into the final film. Warning: Spoilers!
Actor Tom Hardy discusses putting on the Bane mask, creating the voice and how his villain differs from The Joker in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
Entertainment Weekly has unveiled the Dark Knight Rises cover for its new issue, which features Christian Bale at Batman. Inside, the magazine boasts new stills from the movie, as well as comments from Bale and director Christopher Nolan. Updated with additional images!
Warner Bros. reportedly has shipped IMAX theaters a new sound mix of the six-minute prologue for The Dark Knight Rises that lowers the background noise, making Tom Hardy’s Bane easier to understand. Updated!
Despite complaints from viewers, and requests from Warner Bros., about Bane’s sometimes-unintelligible dialogue, director Christopher Nolan reportedly plans only minor sound adjustments to The Dark Knight Rises.
Watching the new Dark Knight Rises trailer, I found myself drawn in right up until Bane spoke, and I realized that too much realism – in this case, the fact that wearing a mask over your mouth will make you potentially difficult to understand – can be a bad thing after all. Especially in a movie about a guy who dresses up like a giant rodent to fight crime. So why do it?
Scans from the new issue of Empire reveal more images of Christian Bale as Batman and Tom Hardy as Bane in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
A viral game launched by Warner Bros. to promote the conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy leads fans to their first glimpse of Tom Hardy as the villain Bane.
Anne Hathaway is Selina Kyle! Tom Hardy is Bane! The news about casting for Christopher Nolan’s third Batman movie, 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises seems to have caused quite a stir online, but why? Here’re five quick thoughts on what we’ve learned.