‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Full Trailer

‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Full Trailer Hits (Video)

The highly anticipated clip, tied to the theatrical release of “Sherlock Holmes: The Game of Shadows,” was released in it’s official entirety on Monday after a bootlegged version was pulled from the web.

12:11 PM PST 12/19/2011 by Borys Kit
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The Dark Knight Rises Poster - H 2011
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The trailer for one of next year’s biggest movies is here.

PHOTOS: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ First Look: On the Set

The trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, which was tied to the release of Sherlock Holmes: The Game of Shadows, hit the Net Friday in bootlegged versions but Warner Bros., which is releasing the film, squashed offending sites with the efficiency of Batman himself.

So here we are today.

STORY: ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Director Christopher Nolan Reveals New Details About the Plot, Villan Bane

Seems like the entire supporting cast, from Anne Hathaway to Matthew Modine, is on display but the best thing here, especially to those that saw the movie’s prologue that is attached to the IMAX screenings of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, is that you can actually hear and understand what Bane is saying. Gives those who are worried about Bane’s audio (and there are many) some hope.

The most interesting aspect is Catwoman’s very timely, very America Now speech and accompanying images that thematically tie into the class disenfranchisement that is currently cresting about the country.

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2 thoughts on “‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Full Trailer

  1. Personally, I think it looks bloody brilliant. What I love about this trailer is the fact that it shows you just enough to keep you hooked, but not enough to spoil the story. Who is Bane (Tom Hardy)? And why is he attempting to destroy Gotham City? Where has Bruce Wayne/Batman (Christian Bale) been for eight years and what has actually brought him back to Gotham. Was it Gordon, Bane or something else? All I know is, that come next Summer, I’ll be at the front of the queue for ‘TDKR’!

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  2. while Kofi Outlaw of ScreenRant was disappointed with the trailer, claiming that it was more of an “announcement trailer” than an actual teaser trailer. Outlaw criticized the quality of the trailer, writing that a scene depicting Commissioner Gordon in a hospital bed was overly dramatic, had “hammy” dialogue, and was difficult to understand due to Gordon’s labored breathing. Outlaw wrote that the final sweeping shot of Gotham City had poor CGI and was too reminiscent of the trailer for Inception.

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