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!
Early projections place director Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises on a course to open in North America only slightly behind The Avengers, which raked in a record-shattering $207. 4 million in its first weekend.
Warner Bros. and director Christopher Nolan release not only a Gotham-based social media video game but also a document called The Dent Act that makes the law tougher against members of organized crime.
The third and final trailer for The Dark Knight Rises will premiere in U.S. theaters on May ahead of Marvel’s The Avengers. Director Christopher Nolan also has revealed that the conclusion of his Batman trilogy will include more than an hour’s worth of IMAX footage — the most ever for a Hollywood feature.
Press information for Wrath of the Titans spilled the beans about Liam Neeson’s long-rumored cameo in The Dark Knight Rises, followed by further confirmation from the actor himself.
The Dark Knight Rises: Prologue, set to debut Dec. 16 with the 70mm IMAX version of Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, has received its own PG-13 rating for “some violence.”
A report has emerged indicating that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises could include make use of the Occupy Wall Street protest for the film’s New York City shoot.
The Oscar-winning actress insists her role in the Christopher Nolan film isn’t based on a character from DC comics, shooting down persistent speculation that he’s actually playing Talia al Ghul.