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'The Dark Knight Rises' Offers Two Clips

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We are now eight days away from the release of The Dark Knight Rises, which hits theaters July 20. Christopher Nolan's final chapter of his Batman trilogy is probably the most hotly anticipated film of the year, and Warner Brothers has done a good job of keeping the lid on its secrets. But now there's two clips from the film. Check them out....

'The Dark Night Rises': Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy Trailer

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Just how many trailers can one film have?  A teaser?  Sure.  A full trailer?  Of course.  A second full trailer?  Why not?  A third full-length trailer?  Well… OK.  A fourth trailer?  Apparently so, because that’s what dropped late Tuesday: a trailer that begins as an ad for the entire Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy, before jumping into two minutes of new The Dark...

'The Dark Knight Rises' Soundtrack: Listen To The Complete Score!

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Well, we’re less than two weeks away from the release of 2012’s most anticipated film: The Dark Knight Rises.  And while we don’t have anything too spoilery to give away—Joseph Gordon-Levitt is Robin!  Catwoman kills Alfred!  It was all a dream of Commissioner Gordon’s! (I’m making these up, don’t panic)—we do have something pretty cool: the entire score for The...

'The Dark Knight Rises' Script Was Influenced By 'A Tale Of Two Cities'...

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Now that the press junkets and interviews with the cast and crew of The Dark Knight Rises have begun, Christopher Nolan and company are finally beginning to give more details and insight into the production of what is likely the most anticipated film of the year.  And one of the most revealing and interesting exchanges of this first round of Dark Knight Rises PR is the fact that the...

'The Dark Knight Rises' Hong Kong Teaser Features Batman's Return

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It seems as if the marketing department behind The Dark Knight Rises has set its sights on total worldwide dominion as, four full-length trailers and about 15 teasers/ TV spots later, they’re still churning out new teasers, sneak peeks, and TV spots for the upcoming film—and each one contains a bevy of new footage.  Today’s clip: a one-minute Hong Kong TV spot (in English),...

'The Dark Knight Rises' MTV Exclusive Footage Is Released

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During last month’s 2012 MTV Movie Awards, Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale, Gary Oldman, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt appeared in order to debut new footage from the insanely anticipated The Dark Knight Rises.  Unfortunately the footage was pulled offline almost as quickly as it appeared online—meaning that if you didn’t subject yourself to the horrors of...

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Abadons Shooting In 3D, Opts For Dreaded...

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When you hear that a classic and/or cult film franchise like the Mad Max series will be rebooted as an all-new trilogy, it’s sure to make you more than a little nervous.  Then you find out it’s in 3D, and you go even more nuts.  Then you find that the director, writer and creator of the original trilogy (George Miller) is returning to write and...

'The Dark Knight Rises' Gets A Surprise New Trailer, Reveals New Spoilers

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Just one month out from the official release of The Dark Knight Rises, one thing fans weren’t expecting was a brand new full-length trailer for the film.  After all, we received what was supposed to be the “final” Dark Knight Rises trailer back in early May.  So, let’s just consider ourselves lucky, and bask in Nokia’s new trailer for The Dark Knight...

Newest 'Dark Knight Rises' TV Spot Features New Footage Of 'Bat-Plane,'...

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As the countdown to the July 20 premiere of The Dark Knight Rises continues, the onslaught of semi-spoilery Dark Knight Rises TV spots marches onward.  Continuing the trend of revealing more and more of the film via TV spots rather than trailers, the newest TV spot features all-new footage of “The Bat” (essentially, the Bat-Plane), Anne Hathway’s Selina Kyle/Catwoman,...

Listen To 'The Dark Knight Rises' Soundtrack

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As we inch ever closer to the July 20th release date of The Dark Knight Rises (and our inner fanboys continue to riot), we’ll take any bit of TDKR news that we can get our greedy hands on—including the dark, funereal soundtrack.  Or, rather, the first 30 seconds to every song on said soundtrack.

Two New 'The Dark Knight Rises' Teasers Showcase Even More New Footage

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The marketing campaign for The Dark Knight Rises has certainly been a fascinating one, as it’s seemingly broken all the traditional rules—first, the trailers were ambiguous and revealed very little (imagine that—a modern trailer that doesn’t spoil the film); second, the theatrical poster was, well, crap; third, the TV spots, normally 30 second bits of recycled trailer footage,...

Six New 'The Dark Knight Rises' Banners Highlight Batman Versus Bane,...

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Despite being one of the most anticipated action films of, well, ever, The Dark Knight Rises’ print ad campaign seems to be taking a decidedly laid back route, in terms of quality.  First, we had the Wal-Mart quality photoshopped horror of the final theatrical poster, now we have six new banners that look like they were pieced together in about 10 minutes each.  One would think...

Two New 'Dark Knight Rises' TV Spots Reveal Bruce Wayne And Catwoman Plots

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The TV spot—normally they’re just brutally edited ‘Greatest Hits’ versions of a film’s trailer, 30 seconds of explosions and one-liners… Unless, of course, it’s a Dark Knight Rises TV spot, in which case you get a bevy of all new footage.  That’s right: forgoing the usual route of offering up the best of their previous trailers, The Dark Knight Rises’ two...

'The Dark Knight Rises' Hits You with a Six-Poster Flurry

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So the latest poster for The Dark Knight Rises didn't really impress. But Warner Brothers and Christopher Nolan aren't done hitting you with new posters - we've got six additional posters to fill cinema lobbies and fanboys' bedrooms with images of Christian Bale as Batman, Anne Hathaway as Catwoman and Tom Hardy as Bane.

Blu-ray and DVD Picks For May 22 – 28

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This week brings one of the best films of last year (from the Criterion Collection, no less) some of the bigger disappointments of of 2012 so far, one of the best TV shows going today, and a collection of the Lethal Weapon films. Not a bad week for DVD and Blu-ray. Check it out…

Check Out the New Clip from 'Lawless' Featuring Shia Labeouf and Tom Hardy

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Though it premiered at the Cannes festival to modestly positive reviews, we're still hungry to see Tom Hillcoat's Lawless - which stars Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf, Jessica Chastain and Guy Pearce - something fierce. The film doesn't come out theatrically until August, so we'll have to make due with this new clip from Hulu.

Warner Bros. Launches 'The Dark Knight Rises' Bat-Pod And Tumbler Tour...

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Sponsored by IMAX and Mountain Dew (apparently people still drink that?), Warner Bros. is launching a unique The Dark Knight Rises promotional tour—they’re taking The Tumbler (a.k.a., the Batmobile) and the Bat-Pod (a.k.a., Batman’s motorcycle) on a cross-country tour of the United States.  Want to completely geek out and touch Batman’s ride?  Well, Bat-nerds,...

This Means War: Movie Review

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Theoretically, McG's This Means War is a perfect twist on the romantic comedy. You've often got possible lovers fighting over one person, so why not have them be people who can actually fight? Reese Witherspoon [interview] stars as the girl stuck between two deep cover operatives (Tom Hardy, Chris Pine) in this surprisingly unpleasant riff on the cinematic...

Interview: McG, Reese Witherspoon, Chelsea Handler and Tom Hardy on This...

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In This Means War, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy fight over Reese Witherspoon. But for their big interview, it appears that Tom Hardy won, as Pine was called to the set of Star Trek 2. In his absence we had two of the three leads, comic relief Chelsea Handler, and the always eager to please director McG to talk about the film. Check it out…