Dark Knight Rises
August 1, 2011 by Post Team
Dark Knight Rises, Although we’ve had our fair share of superhero movies in 2011, next year is when the big come out to play, with “Avengers” Joss Whedon, Christopher Nolan “The Dark Knight Rises” batting theaters summer 2012 .
After the credits of “Captain America: The First Avenger” has fans an advance official “The Avengers” and now we have our first clear look at “The Dark Knight Rises” (after the first trailer dark) to through a series of photographs of the series in Pittsburgh this weekend.
Although Christian Bale see all right and ready for action is not as exciting as it was the first or second round, he is looking as strong as ever and totally rude. Although the suit is a little different from the clear white light of day opposed the stylized Nolan film, which is practically the same as that used in “The Dark Knight.” The real attraction in the photos, however, is the fight against child Batman: Bane Tom Hardy.
When Hardy was first released in the paper, there are some mixed feelings in the community of fans. While he is a fantastic actor and he showed he can be terribly menacing “Bronson,” even though the British actress of all the muscles up, not exactly like a large Latino man. And in the picture posted above of Bane, who only saw his huge form in the back.
These concerns must be put aside with these pictures, however, because while Bale is Batman clearly has the height advantage of Bane Hardy, there is also a fantastic opportunity for the younger actor to dominate the big night knight himself as snowflakes around. We’re a little disappointed that no singlet character mask Bane and fight, but the most influential military dress fits perfectly in the Nolan Batman universe.
The photos also give us a clear vision of Miranda Tate Marion Cotillard. While she has been described as a “council member Wayne Enterprises,” it seems that her character also see some action on the streets with heavily armed men, and even climbing on top of the “Tumbler” Batmobile. Batman Ride has received a makeover, leaving aside for the classic black paint job that looks much like desert camouflage, raising questions about how they will fit into the fake snow-covered landscape of the city Gotham (or Pittsburgh for that matter).
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