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Identity of Batman’s ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ weapon revealedFans have been speculating as to what kind of new weapon Batman had in The Dark Knight Rises ever since we saw it on the cover of Empire magazine. Now, thanks to some new toys, we have an answer! It’s an “EMP blaster”, capable of shooting an electromagnetic pulse that will disable most electronic devices within its range. Too expensive for the Army? Perhaps. It’ll be interesting to see how Batman uses it in The Dark Knight Rises. There are quick shots of Batman with the device in the trailers, including trailer #3 which came out earlier this week. Check out two photos of the new toy in the gallery below, and let me know how you think Batman will use his new gadget in The Dark Knight Rises.Read more: http://batman-news.com/#ixzz1uC4RCOsk
I fucking love you Ry
WHERE ARE THE POSTERS?!?!!? NOTHING YET!-.-
It's getting a little annoying. -_- The trailer was enough to whet my appetite, but personally all this summer movie rage with little to no spotlight on TDKR is annoying me. They need so start the aggressive marketing campaign. NOW. By this time last year, Part 2 was already getting into high gear with a few new tv spots and posters.
I mean they cant LIE right?
I mean they cant LIE right?
They have before.
Talia = hottest piece of ass in the Batman universeMarion Cotillard = perfect casting choice
Im bad about the comics, explain that one ^^^^
Victor Zsasz ( /ˈʒæz/ or /ˈzæz/) is a fictional character, a supervillain who appears in comic books published by DC Comics and was usually an enemy of Batman. He is a serial killer who usually kills with a knife and carves a tally mark somewhere on himself for every victim.
Johnny Depp, Tim Burton and Michelle Pfeiffer were minding their own business, which happened to be promoting the Burton-directed Dark Shadows, when the subject of Catwoman came up recently.Pfeiffer played the feline Batman villain in Burton’s Batman Returns back in 1992. She received fairly good notices for the performance, too.Naturally inquiring minds asked about Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming The Dark Knight Rises during the Dark Shadows press conference.Not surprisingly, this irritated Burton a little, so he pretended to be an instigator.“Comment on something you haven’t seen,” he says to Pfeiffer.“Exactly,” she responds.“Make some kind of derogatory comment that shows you versus somebody else,” he teases. “You know, cat fight.”Instead, Pfeiffer is all diplomacy. “I love Anne Hathaway,” she says. ”I’m a huge fan. You know, the nature of all of these characters is they’re played by different people all the time.”Burton groans a little: “That was beautiful.”“So there,” concludes Pfeiffer. ”No, I think she’s great. I think she’s going to be awesome.”Depp, who enjoys a put-on when it’s available to him, couldn’t resist having his say on the Catwoman subject a little later.“I was thinking of throwing my name into the ring for Catwoman,” says Depp smirking. “Anne Hathaway, damn it.”“Thank you, Johnny,” says Pfeiffer, pretending to be disappointed that he brought up the subject again.Dark Shadows opens May 11. The Dark Knight Rises is in theatres July 20. Stay tuned for Hathaway’s response.
Funnily enough Burton makes me groan all the time.