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The Dark Knight Rises cinemacon footage revealed and we have the details!
The dark kight rises revealed never before seen footage at cinema con and according to entertainment weekly, the film is looking less like a superhero movie and more like a film about civil war or a populist revolution.
Heres what director Christopher Nolan had to say about the debuted footage, "What defines cinema and gets people out of the home to watch it, is spectacle....What we wanted to do with this story was finish it in the biggest way possible."
We have details on the footage, so if you don't want spoilers go watch another one of my awesome videos...ill wait...
Ok, here is the exact description of the clip described by EW...The clips began with an extended scene of Bane and his crew hijacking a plane in an innovative way. Then it cuts to a series of shots showing Christian Bale as an aging — and perhaps ailing — Batman. Bale has sunken eyes; he looks pale and haggard, and uses a cane. By comparison, Michael Caine's Alfred appears as if he hasn't aged a day. "Don't worry, Master Wayne," the butler reassures him later in the footage. "It takes a little time to get back in the swing of things."
Anne Hathaway's Selina Kyle (a.k.a. Catwoman) is a maid working in Wayne Manor. On screen, she is nearly skewered by a crossbow arrow Bruce appears to be firing in his dining room. Nolan doesn't include much dialogue here, but we see the maid leaving the mansion and peeling off her uniform as her demeanor changes, Keyser Söze-style.
There are several shots of Joseph Gordon-Levitt prowling through decimated city streets with a gun drawn. Exactly how his Gotham cop John Blake fits into the story remain under wraps, though.
As Bale sports the bat ears, and Hathaway dons the cat ears, the two costumed characters confront each other. "You've given them everything," she says. "Not everything. Not yet," he growls back.
Just what that means, what goal she's working toward, or who exactly "them" is, is left mysterious.
An explosion seals off downtown Gotham, allowing an army of infiltrators -- or maybe just the dispossessed — to lay waste to the privileged class of the city while police, and even Batman, are helpless to stop it. Unlike many popcorn blockbusters, TDKR is unafraid of civilian casualties of the villain's plot."
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