Trailer for 'Dark Knight Rises' Hits the Web

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posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 05:12 PM
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Well Anne had a stunt double for scenes where Catwoman drives the Batpod around but then again, so did Christian Bale because it was a specialist motorcycle.

Also Anne's been through rigorous training with 6 hours a day, 7 days a week of martial arts and dancing to help her out and she has been seen filming fight scenes in regular clothing and not the catsuit so I dunno. Maybe you're like I was with Heath years ago when I thought "how is a #ty actor in mostly family and teen movies gonna pull this off?" but you know what?

Wait and see.




posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 06:06 AM
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Originally posted by BlackProjects

"At one event, there are people at a football game. A stadium filled of the working class? At another event, a posh event full of the powerful elite. If that's so, why is Bane attacking the working man?



All the American Football players who get payed way too much for what they do.
Same in England with football players.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 07:02 AM
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It's a portent of soon to be current events. Dark Knight, cold night. The real kol nidre is coming and we are at the solstice.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 01:13 PM
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Guys, I actually think this is a very important trailer, because Chris Nolan has chosen this story for a reason. I read one guy post this at imdb, and I think he is spot on.

"I will spill out some thoughts on a few symbolic signs for which I'm pretty sure the trailer contains.

At the start of the trailer, you can hear Alfred saing that it was basically his mandate from Waynes's parents to protect him and that he failed at doing that. When he is saying it, we see a silver cover on the dinner plate, which I is a symbol of him being a butler and a protector at the same time.

The second thing that I would like to note is that I think this film is going to be incredibly harmonius with the bleak times in which we live in, especially Americans. At the very start we hear a young boy singing the anthem in a gloomy tone without any drums and other usual 'decorations'.

Then we hear Anne Hathaway whispering to Wayne something like "you thought you could live so large and so peacefully and leave so little for the rest of us". From an average American's view on social life, I can hardly imagine a clearer way of spitting out discontent than this. This is exactly how elites act and think. The we see the uprising, not from Batman, but from a group of prisoners. Then the footbal field...

There is one message from the imploding football field... THE GAME IS OVER. The football field can be understood as an allegory for the (crumbled) marketplace. Rivals are competing with each other and then the very field on which they play, implodes. Isn't that exactly what happened? Except that in actual life, the marketplace imploded because of their own (corporate) weight, in the film the rebels ruin the field, basically saying not only that they don't want to be a part of the game, but ending the game itself.

This trailer is masterfully done and the film hopefully even more. In a good film there is a lot more than meets they eye, a lot more. You have to see things multiple times to actually 'see' (understand) anything. "



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 03:32 PM
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lol at the mind control.

Your reading to much into it, from watching the trailer and if you have read the comics you would know why catwoman says the things she says....And that is! she is a crusader for the poor of sorts, she steals from the rich and gives to the poor. Kind of like robin hood..Tough the poor being herself mostly.


Also it looks like Bane is in this movie, and the comment at the end of the trailer of "the legend ends" leads me to believe that this might be the last batman movie, and as we know in some of the comic's and story lines, batman gets retired by bane...And by retired I mean bane breaks his spine from what I remember. So we should see how they play that out in this movie.

All in all the first two movies were pretty good, this movie should be entertaining as well. If anything this is just just a bit of clever marketing with clips taken out of there original context, and put in to attract the mood and attention of what people are felling today.

All in all its just a movie, so grab some friends, or girlfriend, or whatever, and go watch it to be entertained for about 2 and a half hours. Or you can do what i do and watch it by yourself.
But the only conspiracy here is that people see a conspiracy here.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 06:30 PM
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Exactly, people read too much into it.

I saw them filming some aspects that originally appeared in the Knightfall story back in the early 90s (not gonna say which bits in case people here haven't read it because being in the movie too will be a spoiler)

Attacking Heinz Field during a Gotham Rogues game is an obvious way to make a statement to the entire city. Blow up the field, tell the people at the game and watching at home to take control of the city and then showing them a machine which will - in Bane's own words from the leaked footage while they filmed it - be "the instrument of your liberation" and could be a bomb or something.

He also has the kidnapped scientist from the viral marketing and prologue on the field and kills him in front of the crowd.

Bane also seems to be tearing up a picture of Harvey Dent in a street as if he's telling the world what he did as Two Face to ensure maximum mayhem, especially since Batman and Gordon agreed to let Batman take the fall to preserve peace in the city.



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 03:48 AM
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Ya it will be interesting to see how they do this movie and what they do the the original aspects of the characters and the storyline. Because if they try to go by the comics and especially the knightfall comics exactly it would take a couple more movies to even explain things. I mean there are more then a couple of villains batman deals with, and a lot more things he does and goes trough and happen, before it gets to the stage with bane.

We will see I guess. My only complaint tough from watching the teaser, I dont really know about catwoman, she needs to be more catty. I can probably guess how the story will be or something of what they will do with it, but ya dont want to spoil it for those who have not read it.

So we shall see, apparently this will be the last batman movie in this trilogy, and it seems that its time for Bruce Wayne to retire from the series. But i doubt this will be the last batman movie ever, eventually after a long time they will probably make another batman movie.



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 04:18 AM
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Can't be that bad, since it's not dangling from strings...




posted on Dec, 25 2011 @ 03:02 PM
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Yep although there were reports of Cillian Murphy being seen on the set in the summer and a movie show on BBC radio in the UK had him on as a guest and they kept pestering him about a possible third appearance as The Scarecrow.

He wouldn't answer of course but their persistence made me laugh. Mark Kemode was the guy doing most of the badgering in that interview.



posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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Hero Complex released an interview with Anne Hathaway and Chris Nolan that took place during filming last summer and also mentioned a scene the interviewer watched as it was filmed. Found this on Batman-News which is why I included the link in the quote below.


*BEWARE! SPOILER ALERT!*
















Gotham City is a war zone. A ruthless madman named Bane has ripped away any sense of security and the citizens, haggard and clutching suitcases with refugee anxiety, sit behind barbed wire waiting to see what will blow up next. A hooded prisoner is dragged in – it’s Bruce Wayne, one of Gotham’s most famous faces – but the eyes of the crowd go instead to the woman in black standing at the top of the staircase.

“Sorry to spoil things, boys, but Bane needs these guys himself,” says sultry Selina Kyle, played here by actress Anne Hathaway, navigating the steps with stiletto heels that, on closer inspection, turn out to have serrated edges capable of leaving nasty claw marks in a fight. She also wears high-tech goggles that, when not in use, flip up and resemble feline ears.


Read more: batman-news.com...


This scene must be the part of the trailer where Bane says to Bruce, "When Gotham is ashes, you have my permission to die".
edit on 1/1/2012 by curious7 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 06:23 PM
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If this is true then the movie sounds a lot like Arkham City. which is more than fine with me.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:55 AM
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Originally posted by illuminotreal
If this is true then the movie sounds a lot like Arkham City. which is more than fine with me.


Seems to me they've taken parts of the old Knightfall story and then created their own original ideas.

Which parts of Arkham City did you mean cause Catwoman isn't kidnapped and threatened with public execution by Two Face in the movie.



posted on Jan, 7 2012 @ 11:29 PM
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I had to chime in on my opinion of the article that u linked to with the trailer. This part specifically....


Commenters from around the Web are, of course, chiming in with their thoughts. Most are focusing on the movie's seemingly political message. One commenter on EW writes, "GOP fears Batman." Another speculates, "At one event, there are people at a football game. A stadium filled of the working class? At another event, a posh event full of the powerful elite. If that's so, why is Bane attacking the working man? Maybe Bane represents the powerful bully (corporations, 1%) disguised as a working man."


Now here I think they got it wrong a bit. What I mean is yes bane is showed blowing up the football field. But the stadium itself is left intact. The working class isn't touched at all in that scene. I think It speaks more to the fact that the football field is a distraction to us working class people. Much like the Colosseum was in Rome.

Just a thought.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:38 AM
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So we're still reading way too much into a movie about a known terrorist blowing things up and threatening/killing people and a vigilante having to stop him then?

Ok.

I'd love to see the kind of posts you people will come up with when part one of The Hobbit is released.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:44 AM
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Just reading through this again it sounds like they may be drawing a little from the "No Man's Land" story arc as well. Of course the catastrophic earthquake probably won't be occurring.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 11:49 AM
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Originally posted by curious7
So we're still reading way too much into a movie about a known terrorist blowing things up and threatening/killing people and a vigilante having to stop him then?

Ok.

I'd love to see the kind of posts you people will come up with when part one of The Hobbit is released.


Some movies really do have metaphors that they use my friend. It's not a big conspiracy it's a tried and tested way of getting the audience to identify with what their watching.

www.cracked.com...

Just one quick google search. The part about robo cop was interesting.



posted on Jan, 20 2012 @ 06:51 PM
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Quick spoiler update because the young girl (forget her name) has revealed which character she's playing.


**SPOILER ALERT**






















She'll be playing a young Talia Al Ghul and since she looks like a younger version of Marion Cotillard, we can safely assume the speculation last summer was correct as far as that character being in the movie.



posted on Jan, 20 2012 @ 06:57 PM
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I still think he's attacking the majorly overpaid football players.
It fits doesn't it, I posted this further back.

He's attacking all the rich people that have gained their wealth too easily.
Football players...



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by curious7

Originally posted by illuminotreal
If this is true then the movie sounds a lot like Arkham City. which is more than fine with me.


Seems to me they've taken parts of the old Knightfall story and then created their own original ideas.

Which parts of Arkham City did you mean cause Catwoman isn't kidnapped and threatened with public execution by Two Face in the movie.

Bruce Wayne being led in chains through a cordoned off Gotham City and essentially ending up as a pawn in a Ra's al ghul plot.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 04:55 PM
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Originally posted by illuminotreal

Originally posted by curious7

Originally posted by illuminotreal
If this is true then the movie sounds a lot like Arkham City. which is more than fine with me.


Seems to me they've taken parts of the old Knightfall story and then created their own original ideas.

Which parts of Arkham City did you mean cause Catwoman isn't kidnapped and threatened with public execution by Two Face in the movie.

Bruce Wayne being led in chains through a cordoned off Gotham City and essentially ending up as a pawn in a Ra's al ghul plot.


Ahh ok.

I've had the game since release but haven't had chance to play it yet, I only know of that one part lol





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