The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Jack Nicholson 3 Oscars, 9 nominations 7 Golden Globes, 10 Nominations
George Clooney 2 Oscar, 4 nominations 4 Golden Globes, 7 nominations
Michael Caine 2 Oscars, 4 nominations 3 Golden Globes, 8 nominations
Tommy Lee Jones 1 Oscar, 3 nominations 1 Golden Globe, 3 nominations
Christian Bale 1 Oscar, 2 nominations 1 Golden Globe, 2 nominations
Halle Berry 1 Oscar 1 Golden Globe, 3 nominations
Heath Ledger - (only actor to win Oscar/GG for a Batman's character) 1 Oscar, 1 nomination 1 Golden Globe, 1 nomination
Kim Basinger 1 Oscar 1 Golden Globe, 1 nomination
Nicole Kidman 1 Oscar, 2 nominations 3 Golden Globes, 6 Nominations
Ben Affleck 2 Oscars 2 Golden Globes, 1 nomination
Morgan Freeman 1 Oscar, 3 nominations 2 Golden Globes, 4 nominations
Anne Hathaway 1 Oscar, 1 nomination 1 Golden Globe, 2 nominations
Marion Cotillard 1 Oscar, 1 nomination 1 Golden Globe, 2 nominations
Michelle Pfeiffer 3 Oscar Nominations 1 Golden Globe, 5 nominations
Tom Wilkinson 2 Oscar nominations 1 Golden Globe, 3 nominations
Uma Thurman 1 Oscar nomination 1 Golden Globe, 3 nominations
Liam Neeson 1 Oscar nomination 3 Golden Globe nominations
Gary Oldman 1 Oscar nomination
Danny DeVito 1 Oscar nomination 1 Golden Globe, 5 nominations
Maggie Gyllenhaal 1 Oscar nomination 1 Golden Globe, 2 nominations
Michael Keaton 1 Oscar nomination 1 Golden Globe, 1 nomination
Tom Hardy 1 Oscar nomination
Matthew Modine 2 Golden Globe nominations
Joseph Gordon-Levitt 2 Golden Globe nominations.
Jim Carrey 2 Golden Globes, 4 nominations
-Batman: The Movie (1966): $1,377,800.
-Batman (1989): $35,000,000.
-Batman Returns (1992): $80,000,000.
-Batman Forever (1995): $100,000,000.
-Batman & Robin (1997): $125,000,000.
-Batman Begins (2005): $150,000,000.
-The Dark Knight (2008): $185,000,000.
-The Dark Knight Rises (2012): $250,000,000.
- A scene at Wayne Manor where the Congressman tells Foley that he's next in line for the role of Police Commissioner if he does well, giving Foley one more incentive of chasing Batman for the murder of Harvey Dent other than Batman being public enemy number one, ;
- A conversation between the two thugs that capture Commissioner Gordon where they debate killing him before taking him to Bane (giving a direct explanation on how Gordon learned Bane's name)
- A scene at Wayne Enterprises where Miranda warns Lucius Fox that Daggett is trying to take control of the company;
- A longer scene of Bruce Wayne and Lucius Fox at the Applied Sciences warehouse in which Fox wants to give Wayne the special leg brace which allows him to walk again;
- Bruce testing the leg brace in the Batcave, explaining to Alfred how it works to match the muscle patterns of his uninjured leg;
- A longer and slightly different scene outside the stock exchange and a lengthy chase scene between Bane, the police and Batman where they race around Gotham. The script has the stock exchange scenes all occurring in the evening instead of the late afternoon as the film had started at;
- An argument in the Batcave between Bruce and Alfred revealing that Bruce bought up all the land and homes surrounding Wayne Manor to prevent anyone from seeing him coming and going as Batman;
- An extended, much more heated confrontation between Bruce and Alfred. Alfred threatens to leave Wayne Manor if Bruce continues as Batman and Bruce argues that since Rachel Dawes's death, Batman is his only reason to live. Alfred confesses that he burned Rachel's letter and lied about her choosing to marry Bruce. Bruce accuses Alfred of betrayal before Alfred gives his speech about protecting Bruce's life, which does appear in the final film;
- A longer conversation between Bruce, Miranda & Fox discussing the reactor and Dr. Pavel;
- An extended conversation between Bruce & Blake in Blake's care where Blake jokingly gives Bruce cash for cab fare.
- A much extended scene of Bane storming Blackgate Prison. Bane burns a picture of Harvey Dent and explains that Dent became the villain Two-Face after his injuries and encourages the city's poor to attack the wealthy and powerful before he destroys Blackgate, releasing all the inmates;
- A brief scene of Selina escaping Blackgate;
- A series of extended or omitted scenes showing the mercenaries seeing the burning Bat-signal on Gotham Bridge.
- An extensive flashback sequence after Batman defeats Bane. Bane confesses that his devotion to Ra's Al Guhl stems from the League of Shadows rescuing him from the pit. A flashback scene then shows Ra's Al Guhl training Bane, who he has provided with a crude prototype mask to numb his pain;
- A scene of Talia openly taking charge of the League of Shadows to form a convoy to detonate the neutron bomb. She then floods the reactor core and, as in the film, Fox tries to escape, though even the finished scenes of Fox in the film occur earlier in the script version;
- A longer argument between Blake and the Army blockade on Gotham Bridge. Blake argues with the commanding officer, trying to convince him that Batman has returned and battle has broken out in the city streets.
- In the script, after Batman harnesses the bomb to The Bat, he's never seen again--The Bat simply flies out to sea and the bomb detonates. The scene of Fox and the technicians examining the autopilot of The Bat then follows, with Fox realizing that Batman had ejected before the bomb detonated, and that Bruce Wayne must have survived the explosion.
-Batman Begins (2005): Ra's Al Ghul trains Bruce Wayne then turns against him/Batman in Gotham/Arkham.
-The Dark Knight (2008): Harvey Dent/Two-Face is an Ally of Bruce Wayne then after opposes Batman blaming him for Rachel's death and his transformation.
-The Dark Knight Rises (2012): Catwoman/Selina Kyle initially steals from Bruce Wayne (Lamborghini & Necklace), then tricks him into Banes underground hiding. Near the end she sides with Batman over Bane.
Also Miranda is initially an ally of Bruce Wayne/Wayne enterprises. Near the end she reveals herself to be the villain all along.