Dark Knight Featurette Gives You a Peek Behind the Cowl

By: WebProNews Staff - July 10, 2012

“The Dark Knight Rises” featurette is Warner Bros. last-ditch attempt to get you pumped about the final installment of director Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman trilogy. It’s 13 minutes of in-depth, behind-the-scenes bliss, designed to appeal directly to the overwhelmingly enthusiastic fanboy/girl living beneath your skin. Of course, if behind-the-scenes featurettes aren’t your thing, chances are this isn’t going to sway those who have yet to be seduced by the bat.

If, for some bizarre reason, you’re unfamiliar with this upcoming summer blockbuster, have a peek at this synopsis. It should, in theory, clear some things up:

Following the death of District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman assumes responsibility for Dent’s crimes to protect Dent’s reputation and is subsequently hunted by the Gotham City Police Department. Eight years after the events of The Dark Knight, Batman returns to Gotham, where he encounters the mysterious Selina Kyle and the villainous Bane, and must confront the latter’s plans to destroy the city.

“The Dark Knight Rises”, which stars Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Juno Temple, opens in North American theaters on July 20th. When you’re ready for the aforementioned behind-the-scenes featurette, take a close look at the clip embedded below.

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  • http://Www.yahoo.com Sammie Work

    I am so excited about everything they did in the film.

    • http://Www.yahoo.com Sammie Work

      I am so excited about the film and wish I could have this on DVD. Batman is going to be very good when it comes out in theatres.

  • http://none JOE S HILL

    This is going to be an intrestinhg situation,because this so-called
    last BATMAN movie has a lot of obsticles to cross,in an already Marvel
    dominated Box Office year. as Christopher Nolan makes clear,that he’s done with this chapter of The Caped Crusader,,Warner Bros. and DC Comics will eventually continue the franchise in other forms-hopefully
    good and superior ones,depending opon how well “THE DARK KNIGHT RISES”
    will do,as we are weeks away from the movie’s release. so far,it looks
    pretty intresting-and i give comment about Anne Hathaway’s version of
    Selina Kyle(Catwoman)as she almost looks like Julie Newmar,from the 1966 ABC series. a far,far cry from Halle Berry’s 2004 version,and a bit challenging from what Michelle Pfeifer did in 1992’s “BATMAN RETURNS”. but of course,it’ll be intresting to see this version of the
    villian “Bane”,lest we forget the previous one,in the disasterous
    “BATMAN AND ROBIN” movie,which nearly killed the franchise in 1997. but take into mind,that this new Dark Knight movie,potentially promising as it is,will have to stand on its own merrits,and be acceptional in every way-since it has an “Apocalyptic” theme about it,
    since this movie is mostly about Frank Miller’s 1986 novel,
    of which Warner Bros.Animation is currently making for a later DVD
    release. promising as this new movie will be,being a Batman fan,it will really need to show something big,because “THE AVENGERS” and “THE
    AMAZING SPIDER MAN” have made some really serious money-and there is
    also The “Justice League” Task,which is gaining a lot of speculatorial
    imput,fueled by Mr Nolan’s decline to direct a potential successor to
    Marvel’s counterpart. so, whatever happens in THE DARK KNIGHT RISES,,
    the outcome will truely be an intresting one,,as the battle between DC
    and Marvel starts to gain!