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It's been pretty quiet on The Dark Knight Rises front over the past few months as Disney's marketing machine went into overdrive on Marvel's The Avengers. However, with Earth's Mightiest Heroes now in cinemas, Warner Bros. has started to ramp up the publicity campaign on the final installment of Christopher Nolan's epic Batman saga. Earlier this week we got a new theatrical poster, which was quickly followed by six character posters, and now we also have two TV spots featuring snippets of brand new footage. Take a look...
And that's not all, as fan-site Batman-News got their hands on some brand new high-quality images featuring Batman (Christian Bale), Bane (Tom Hardy), Catwoman (Anne Hathaway), John Blake (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and director Christopher Nolan:
And Empire has also dropped a few new official images of Batman and Catwoman, along with a shot of Bruce Wayne and Miranda Tate (Marion Cotillard »
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Although The Avengers finally arrived on North American shores yesterday, we'll start things off this week with the third and final trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, which hit the internet earlier on Tuesday following a viral campaign that included such goodies as an arrest warrant for John Doe - a.k.a. 'The Batman' - a wanted poster, and a letter from Peter Foley, Deputy Police Commissioner, who is thought to be the character portrayed by Matthew Modine and previously referred to as 'Nixon'.
As for the trailer itself, it was pretty spectacular stuff, giving us plenty of shots of Batman (Christian Bale), Bane (Tom Hardy) and Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) in action, as well as a surprising amount of footage featuring Joseph Gordon-Levitt's mysterious police officer John Blake, and some brief glimpses of »
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