google-site-verification: google1c0c3254b0a96609.html The Dark Knight Rises Bat Man 2 2012 teaser posters trailer official Wikipedia wallpapers release ~ Trending World

Friday, 20 July 2012

The Dark Knight Rises Bat Man 2 2012 teaser posters trailer official Wikipedia wallpapers release

The Dark Knight Rises.Bat Man 2.The Dark Knight Rises teaser.The Dark Knight Rises posters.The Dark Knight Rises trailer.The Dark Knight Rises official.The Dark Knight Rises Wikipedia release date.The Dark Knight Rises wallpapers. 
The Dark Knight Rises Bat Man 2 2012 teaser posters trailer official Wikipedia wallpapers release
The Dark Knight Rises

                Today's big release: The Dark Knight Rises ends the Batman trilogy
                                                        Release: July 20, 2012
                                                  Running Time: 165 minutes
                                                          Budjet: $250 million
          Warners Bros revealed a new poster for The Dark Knight Rises, emphasizing a burning Gotham City with the slogan, “A Fire Will Rise”.
          The Dark Knight Rises takes place eight years after the events of The Dark Knight saw Batman exiled, for taking the blame Harvey ‘Two Face’ Dent’s crimes. Bruce Wayne, played by Christian Bale, will return to face off the brutal terrorist Bane, played by Tom Hardy. Added to the mix is anti-heroine Selina Kyle aka Catwoman, played by Anne Hathaway.
                                                 The Dark Knight Rises Official Trailer:
The Dark Knight Rises BAT MAN
The Dark Knight Rises Bat Man 2 2012 teaser posters trailer official Wikipedia wallpapers release
The Dark Knight Rises 2012
The Dark Knight Rises Bat Man 2 2012 teaser posters trailer official Wikipedia wallpapers release
The Dark Knight Rises 2012 model
          Christopher Nolan's third and the last film in the Batman franchise, The Dark Knight Rises releases today. The film, among this year's most anticipated, takes an eight year leap from where the 2008 film, The Dark Knight ended. This last installment deals with a Gotham City abandoned by Batman and terrorized by the villain Bane. 

Christopher Nolan, who directed the first two films to great acclaim, has used the conventional method to shoot the film rather than opting for the digital format. "By all accounts, The Dark Knight Rises is the definition of epic - shooting on location across three continents, with a daring aerial stunt sequence, a massive crowd scene involving explosions and over 10,000 extras, and a full complement of new gadgets and vehicles," he said in a recent interview. 
Christian Bale and Michael Caine who starred in the previous Batman movies, Batman Begins andThe Dark Knight, will be joined by Anne Hathaway in the role of Selina Kyle/Catwoman and Tom Hardy as the deadly Bane. Early reviews have heaped praise on Bale's final performance as the caped crusader. 

Anne Hathaway underwent rigorous training in kick-boxing and mixed martial arts for her role. "I'd always thought I was pretty healthy and I always thought I had worked hard in the gym. It turns out that what I thought was hard, in Catwoman's world is actually light to moderate," the actress said. 

According to the director, it's going to be a very out-of-the-world experience for the viewers as they will be seeing something completely unique that no one has ever done before. 

Fan expectations of Christopher Nolan and The Dark Knight Rises are high. Mr Nolan has taken his place among the roster of cult directors, not just with his darkly re-imagined Batman but also with the dream-consciousness exploration in Inception.
The Dark Knight Rises Bat Man 2 2012 teaser posters trailer official Wikipedia wallpapers release
The Dark Knight Rises 2012 july 20 
 Even before “The Dark Knight Rises” opens to the general public, folks online are clashing over the reviews.
The critical controversies center around movie review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes. Early this week, reviews of Christopher Nolan’s final Batman film began coming in to Rotten Tomatoes. Everything was fine for the first 30 or so reviews, all of which were positive on the film. But then, a critic named Marshall Fine posted a negative review. The reaction was – well – let’s just say it was not pretty.
Fine didn’t respond to a request for comment from Speakeasy.
Fine didn’t trash the film, he merely said he felt “The Dark Knight Rises” was the weakest of Nolan’s Batman trilogy. But within minutes, hundreds of people had posted comments on Fine’s review, many of which were personal attacks on Fine. “I knew it would probably be controversial just because I was the first negative one, and the first person to burst that 100% bubble always comes in for some negative response, but it was like a tsunami,” Fine said. “What’s amazing to me — and sort of amusing to me — is that all of these comments are coming from people who haven’t seen the movie.”
The comments ranged from short, simple cursing all the way up to death threats. One poster said he wanted Fine to die in a fire. Another fantasized about beating Fine to death with a thick rubber hose. For Rotten Tomatoes, that was enough. The website shut down the commenting feature on all “Dark Knight Rises” reviews. Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-chief Matt Atchiity wrote, “There are plenty of other things to get angry about, like war, famine, poverty and crime. But not movie reviews.”
But the controversy did not stop there. Before the site had shut down all comments, film critic Eric Snider of also posted a negative review… sort of. Snider hadn’t yet been to a screening of “The Dark Knight Rises,” so, as a kind of joke, he posted a fake review. His fake review was one sentence saying the newest film was the worst Batman film ever made (including the poorly received Batman films of the late 1990s). But, if you bothered to read Snider’s entire review, he quickly made it clear that he had not seen the film and was just kidding. He was trying to prank the Rotten Tomatoes posters to see if they would actually bother to read his review or just attack him for the one sentence blurb. He guessed most would just attack. He was right.Along with all the rage-filled comments, Snider also got a death threat, from someone who said they wanted to stick a bomb –well – inside part of his body. Rotten Tomatoes, already stinging from the negative comments, felt Snider had gone too far with his fake review. They took the review down and have banned Snider’s reviews from their site.
On his twitter feed, Snider said he was not trying to prank Rotten Tomatoes, only the “awful commenters there.”
Snider didn’t respond to a request for comment from Speakeasy.
Snider, by the way, did finally get to see “The Dark Knight Rises” and, while he thinks it is the weakest of Nolan’s Batman films, he still liked it enough to give it a solid “B.”
In the couple days since Fine and Snider were attacked, a few more negative reviews of “The Dark Knight Rises” have surfaced. The consensus now seems to be that the film is a very good one, but not perfect and many say it is a bit too long (The Journal’s Joe Morgenstern gave the film a positive review). But the question remains, why do some people want so desperately for a movie to be good that they are willing to attack a few critics who say otherwise?
“These ‘crazy people’ have already locked themselves into liking the film,” says film reviewer Matt Goldeberg. “They’ve been hit with so much marketing from the studios that they feel like they have invested time, energy, and passion into the film even before they have seen it. For someone to say, ‘it’s not good’ is not an acceptable answer to them. As a critic, I want people to have a conversation with me about films, a conversation that goes beyond ‘I agree’ or ‘I disagree.’ They don’t want to have that conversation.”
Once “The Dark Knight Rises” opens in theaters, tonight at midnight, the critic bashing and analysis will certainly quiet down. After all, once the public has weighed in on a film, critics’ comments carry less and less weight. Hollywood fortunes are often made on films that critics savaged. To real people, praise or pans from a friend carry more weight than a dozen prominent critic reviews. Still, it would be nice if the people who savage the critics would at least wait to see them film first.
“The Dark Knight Rises”- How Much Is Opening Day Worth?
                         How much would you pay to see the midnight show of “The Dark Knight Rises” on July 20? Scalpers are betting quite a lot.  Asking prices for opening night tickets on Craigslist hit the $100-per-ticket mark in New York. On eBay, a Los Angeles seller wants $125 apiece, and another in Council Bluffs, Iowa is asking $140. And if you really want to be among the first to see it, there’s an eBay listing for two tickets to a 7 p.m. showing on July 19 in Los Angeles. The price: $300.’s Kelli Grant has more.
 The Dark Knight Rises is a 2012 superhero film directed by Christopher Nolan, who co-wrote the screenplay with his brother Jonathan Nolan and the story with David S. Goyer. Based on the DC Comics character Batman, the film is the third installment in Nolan's Batman film series, and is a sequel to Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight (2008). The Dark Knight Rises is intended to be the conclusion of the series. Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman reprise their roles from Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. The film takes place eight years after the events of The Dark Knight and introduces the characters of Selina Kyle and Bane portrayed by Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy, respectively.
Nolan was initially hesitant about returning to the series for a second time, but agreed to come back after developing a story with his brother Jonathan and David S. Goyer that he felt would conclude the series on a satisfactory note. Filming took place in various locations, including locations in Jodhpur, London, Nottingham, Glasgow, Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey, and Pittsburgh. Nolan utilized IMAX cameras for much of the filming to optimize the quality of the picture. As with The Dark Knight, viral marketing campaigns began early during production to help promote the upcoming film. When filming concluded, Warner Bros. refocused its campaign; developing promotional websites, releasing the first six minutes of the film and theatrical trailers, and sending random pieces of information regarding the film's plot to various companies.
The Dark Knight Rises premiered on July 16, 2012, in New York City. The film was released in Australia and New Zealand on July 19, 2012, with a scheduled release in North America and the United Kingdom on July 20, 2012. 
         'The Dark Knight Rises ends the Batman trilogy'
                        Get More


Post a Comment

Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More

Design by Free WordPress Themes | Bloggerized by Lasantha - Premium Blogger Themes | Bluehost Review