In a year heaped with highly-anticipated, high0-profile franchise tentpoles, The Dark Knight Rises stood out near the top of the pile. Though the film’s release was marred by an act of tragic violence, the finale to Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight Trilogy” went on to gross over $1 billion worldwide – placing it only behind The Avengers in terms of the largest box office return (so far) for 2012.
Today, The Dark Knight Rises will be available for purchase on both DVD and Blu-ray. Loaded with behind-the-scenes footage, special effects featurettes, and other glimpses into the production of the sprawling Bat-epic, the home video release of the film is a required purchase for any fan of the trilogy.
The Dark Knight Rises DVD is currently priced at $28.98; its Blu-ray/DVD combo version lists at $35.99. As ever, intrepid bargain hunters should be able to find both versions of ...
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- Kyle Hembree
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