Dark Knight Rises Trailer
July 13, 2011 by Post Team
Dark Knight Rises Trailer, A teaser trailer for The Dark Knight Rises leaked online today, but has disappeared from the Internet. The video, which appeared to have been shot by a spectator, provided the first look not very strong in the latest installment in the Batman franchise from Christopher Nolan, will premiere next summer.
And even though Warner Bros. has been asking bloggers to take the line of video, the trailer is already generating hype for a film that mocks fans and the planting of cryptic clues for months. Despite the evaporation of the video, there is still plenty of material available to children of the fan (and girls) to pore over for clues plot. Impatient viewers might begin with this blog entry Collider.com, detailing a message sent by a fan that claimed to have seen the trailer. We have seen the clip before it is illegal shot, and many of the details of the writer agrees with what I remember seeing:
No images of the two previous installments of the franchise Nolan, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. These include an injection of epic Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) trekking through the mountains, where he eventually meets Ra al Ghul (Liam Neeson), his teacher became an enemy.
Commissioner James Gordon (Gary Oldman) is confined to a hospital bed, lying on its side and speaking through a mask. The viewer Collider transcribes the words of Gordon thus: “We’re in this together,” he says. “Then they left. … Now, this evil increases. … The Batman has to go back.”
Christian Bale’s voice is then heard saying: “And if it does not exist?”
We also see some buildings collapse, which fits with the poster released earlier this week in DarkKnightRises.com
We see flashes of Bane, the highly anticipated new installment of the villain.
Taking all these tracks because they are scarce, with a grain of salt. After all, this is not the first course that the movie trailer leaked. Weeks ago, people debate the authenticity of a teaser rumored to be displayed prior projection of Green Lantern. (Meanwhile, in May, there were similar arguments about a trailer for David Fincher’s adaptation of the girl with the dragon tattoo).
Those desperate to see the clip on the big screen will probably have to wait until Warner Bros. released on YouTube. Or you can pay money to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, starting tomorrow, the teaser for The Dark Knight stands is likely to precede the film.
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