The Dark Knight Rises 2012


The Dark Knight Rises 2012: The most important The Dark Knight Rises trailer ever, that the Dark Knight Rises 2012 that will close the trilogy of the Dark Knight, finally made premiere at dawn yesterday, ending like a relative viral campaign that brought the fugitive solitary crusader. The trailer will be playing on Friday in U.S. theaters with the copies of the Avengers 2012.

Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ “The Dark Knight Rises” is the epic conclusion to filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Leading an all-star international cast, Oscar(R) winner Christian Bale (“The Fighter”) again plays the dual role of Bruce Wayne/Batman. The film also stars Anne Hathaway, as Selina Kyle; Tom Hardy, as Bane; Oscar(R) winner Marion Cotillard (“La Vie en Rose”), as Miranda Tate; and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as John Blake. Returning to the main cast, Oscar(R) winner Michael Caine (“The Cider House Rules”) plays Alfred; Gary Oldman is Commissioner Gordon; and Oscar(R) winner Morgan Freeman (“Million Dollar Baby”) reprises the role of Lucius Fox.

The Dark Knight Rises 2012 Official Trailer

But Warner deprived him of the first projection screens fittingly grandiose, possibly to enhance and not another, even as an extra incentive, the colorful superheroes of Marvel will break anyway over there on revenue record. Before the break the course Rises on 20 July, and probably final, difficult to reconstruct such modern myth anymore, and Christopher Nolan made official a few days ago that the project will be his last, at least creatively.

Compared to the Extended Life tizer of December, the trailer adds comprehensive conception of a socially important comic hero, the story takes place 8 years after the Dark Knight 2008 and Nolan did dip in the profound opportunity to be reintroduced Batman to the rooftops of Gotham. In the epic, and epikoteri than most expected, feeling that leaves the video, obviously helped by the accompaniment, a trend in recent years is for metal sounders get your ears to create a (audio) wall of urgency, but here the lack of fanfare is deafening, builds on the theme of Bane (The Fire Rises) with notes of Begins, invests a drama of incalculable proportions.

And yet incalculable dimensions, the worst kept secret of the production seems Miranda Tate (ie the Marion Cotillard) like Talia al Ghul, but from there on the end of history, and the fate of Bruce Wayne, is a matter for endless speculation diadichtya in, and every shot only gives rise to new: the data Nolan built the myth of the black knight as a symbol of larger entities (the TDK actually looked at what this symbol represented, and what were its limits), and you can bet that Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the mysterious John Blake, will continue, although they’re more likely simply to provide light, so far, the dramatic extent, if not then you have kids with reaction shots behind shutters in each bridge collapses.

The trailer makes it clear and that the cuts will asses Catwoman (with all the realism destined course), and clarifies and .. the voice of Tom Hardy, references from Cinema Con (where scenes were limited) was festive in this matter, and it seems that the director of unparalleled vision finally subsided, the Bane sounds filtered clean, maybe even more disturbed in the agony breaths of his character, although the “volume” of his voice is no longer behind such a mask.