When people complained about Bane's illegibility during the Dark Knight Rises IMAX previews last December, Christopher Nolan begrudgingly fixed it. But did he go too far in the other direction?
The latest TV spot for The Dark Knight Rises highlights some of Batman's new gadgets, provided by Wayne Enterprises CEO Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman).
Screw the safety of Gotham's citizens -- what really convinces Batman to end his retirement is a chance to pilot The Bat.
The Dark Knight Rises opens July 20.
The Tumbler Batmobile that appears in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy is going on the road to wow people in time for the release of The Dark Knight Rises, thus giving Americans the chance to pretend that they're Batman without engaging in the cosplay culture. The Batpod will also join the tour, but no word on whether Anne Hathaway will sit in the flying car with fans.
If rumors circulating since last year are to be believed, Marion Cotillard's character in The Dark Knight Rises, entrepreneur Miranda Tate, is actually Talia al'Ghul, daughter of Ra's al'Ghul, who Batman faced in Batman Begins.
Despite evidence to the contrary, Cotillard insists her character is exactly what she seems, "an ecologically minded businesswoman who is fascinated by Wayne Enterprises. They go through difficulties, and she wants to help provide the world clean energies. She's a good guy."
And what's more, Cotillard told The Hollywood Reporter that she stays a good guy throughout the whole movie.
Of course, we have to take anything the Rises cast says with a grain of salt, considering Chris Nolan's notorious secrecy. Could Cotillard be intentionally misleading us in an attempt to put the cat back into the bag?