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FYC TDKR

Variety covers the first “For Your Consideration” ad for The Dark Knight Rises.  

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Oscar 2012: Nolan & Hardy on The Dark Knight Rises

As Twitter pal, @allflicker quipped this morning: When can I pre-order my Dark Knight Rises prologue tickets? I hear there’s a movie attached to it! (Answer: The 6-minute prologue is a bonus with your ticket to IMAX screenings of Mission: Impossible 4, Dec 21). Christopher Nolan and Tom Hardy talk ...

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Oscar 2012: Nolan & Hardy on The Dark Knight Rises

As Twitter pal, @allflicker quipped this morning: When can I pre-order my Dark Knight Rises prologue tickets? I hear there’s a movie attached to it! (Answer: The 6-minute prologue is a bonus with your ticket to IMAX screenings of Mission: Impossible 4, Dec 21). Christopher Nolan and Tom Hardy talk ...

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Bane & Batman face off on rival Empire covers

After a dozens leaked location spy pics of Tom Hardy as Bane, Empire has two officially sanctioned portraits from The Dark Knight Rises. UPDATE: Comingsoon has details from Nolan teasing some plot points: In the article, Nolan reveals that the story picks up eight years after The Dark Knight and ...

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Bane & Batman face off on rival Empire covers

After a dozens leaked location spy pics of Tom Hardy as Bane, Empire has two officially sanctioned portraits from The Dark Knight Rises. UPDATE: Comingsoon has details from Nolan teasing some plot points: In the article, Nolan reveals that the story picks up eight years after The Dark Knight and ...

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Anne Hathaway struts her Catwoman stuff

I’m apparently supposed to feel bad for caring about this. Seems the proper attitude is to feign disinterest and act annoyed about any leaks about The Dark Knights Rises. Can’t help it. I’m curious. I don’t apologize. More after the cut, thanks to ComingSoon.  

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Trippy graphic triptych: Batman Begins. Falls. Rises.

Three Batman chapters converge in a seamless triptych, a synthesized signal of Christopher Nolan’s grand design. See this beauty enlarged to XXL here, or full-length after the cut along with past elements of the individual poster components. (Spotted at Modernismism by Nick Ray)  

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