The not always reliable (sorry, guys) Comic Book Movie posted the following that even they said readers should take with a grain of salt:
"Bruce Wayne/Batman & Bane will certainly clash hard in The Dark Knight Rises and I can tell you this much, during their first fight against one-another will Bane WILL break Batman's back!"
Originally posted by Inactive UserSPOILER ALERT! It nearly crushed me to read this bit of news. If you want to go into The Dark Knight Rises with surprises left unspoiled, then do not read any further.
Seriously. Don't do it. Eat Bugles or something.
You really wanna know this?! Okay then...
HitFix reports that Liam Neeson recently reprised his role as Ra's Al Ghul for Christopher Nolan in the director's last Batman film.
According to HitFix sources, Neeson was on set Monday and completed shooting just in time to make it to the New York premiere of the revamped musical Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.
HitFix "contacted Warner Bros. to ask them to comment on this story, and they politely refused, saying that's simply not policy when it comes to the Batman films that Nolan and company make."
We've heard from Jim Gordon himself, Gary Oldman, that Rises will bring Nolan's Batman story full circle. So if Neeson's involvement is accurate, expect more than just thematic callbacks to Batman Begins. No word yet on whether or not Neeson's role is set in the past or in the current timeline. (If it is set in the current timeline, then it gives credence to the rumors of a Lazarus Pit being involved.)
Josh Pence will play young Ra's in what is assumed to be flashback sequences for Rises. Looks like those assumptions may have to be revised, if Neeson's involvement pans out.
WTF!? I went to the midnight showing last night and I didn't see that.
Originally posted by Inactive User
Originally posted by Inactive UserThe Daily Blam! is reporting that another site is reporting that another site heard a rumor from a sister of a trusted inside source at the cafeteria where director Christopher Nolan is reported to have snacked on a plate of bangers and mash, that the first non-fan made teaser trailer for The Dark Knight Rises is going to be attached to prints of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2.
Warner Bros. gave us the old busy bat-signal when we tried to confirm this lofty bit of rumored backwash, but just in case it's true, we didn't want you to miss out. I mean, is there any other reason to go see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2? I didn't think so.
This purported teaser is said to clock in at 90 seconds. The first teaser poster is also said to be arriving the same time as this trailer, so bonus! If everything pans out, you only have one week to go before getting your first official look at Christopher Nolan's final Bat-sequel. Fingers crossed!
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