Warner Bros has unveiled a second clip from "The Dark Knight Rises," featuring a scene in which Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) introduces Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) to his latest weapon, the Bat. Check out the clip below.
Plot: Eight years after Batman (Christian Bale) took the fall for Two Face's crimes, a new terrorist leader, Bane (Tom Hardy), overwhelms Gotham's finest, and the Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy.
The new movie is once again directed by Christopher Nolan and is set to hit conventional and IMAX theaters on July 20th.
A 13min making of trailer, a handful of regular trailers, and now tons of clips from the movie only two weeks away from release? They also have not allowed any reviewers to post anything until the release date. The last highly anticipated film that had this kind of marketing campaign strategy was Prometheus. I smell the stink of desperation. I hope I am wrong on this one but I will remain cautious until I see it.
minkowskiwrites: on July 12th, 2012 at 11:58:10 AM
Not a bad clip, I guess, but I have a hard time believing a) one old guy is all a multi-billion/trillion dollar company has to inventory their rather exotic 'deus ex machina' property
b) they just have all this property lying around conveniently for the use of Batman
c)Bruce Wayne is just a tool, so the black guy has a purpose wherein the comics Wayne is a Tony Stark genius, a brilliant inventor and mechanic, whereas here he just picks up whatever falls out of Wayne Enterprise's ass and
d) Bale as Bruce Wayne is a woefully underwhelming portrayal, as here he's small and limped over, and even in the rest of the films, he still seems too small for a character with a superhuman physique.
Small brain, small physique. That's the Batman we got. But he does have that rock-gargling voice...
Fightclub1writes: on July 12th, 2012 at 2:37:29 PM
@mink Christian Bale is way bigger than Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, and George Clooney though. In batman begins the guy was jacked. In this and the previous one he is rather slim but I guess it fits his character with age progression and what not
'The Avengers' is the third most successful movie of all time. Do you think the $1,455,073,433 were given by people who enjoy seeing what you consider, "atrocious piece of piece of sh*t that's gayer than the faggot sh*t that plasticgoof does in prison" Great film, great actors, great director and a f*cking amazing franchise, buddy and your love to The Dark Knight Rises won't change that at all.
Even if the Avengers got a box office hit of $1 billion, who propagated the superhero stuff that you watch? It was DC. I will not bash the Avengers, because I love it. But lets say A Challenge of the Superfriends vs The Legion of Doom live action movie was made, it would beat the Avengers hands down. The Dark Knight came out in 2008 with a gross profit of $1 billion, it might be overrated, but it had a good story. But why bash the 2008 TDK movie?