Teaser poster for THE DARK KNIGHT RISES amazes

Julian Stark

by: Julian Stark
July 11th, 2011

The teaser poster for THE DARK KNIGHT RISES debuts

Aside from a photo of Tom Hardy as Bane, director Christopher Nolan was being his usual secretive self with THE DARK KNIGHT RISES. Now, thanks to First Showing, we have a teaser poster from the final film in Nolan’s Batman trilogy that you can check out after the break.

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It depicts Gotham City in a state of destruction, and while we don’t see any characters or how this directly pertains to the plot, it’s more than enough to whet our appetites for the moment. What’s more, the poster also hints that THE DARK KNIGHT RISES sees Batman and Gotham City in more peril and danger than in BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT. Of course, what kind of Nolan film would it be if the director didn’t go out with a bang?

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES is currently scheduled for release on July 20, 2012.

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  • http://twitter.com/DROCK1217 John Dotson

    Just something for you guys to consider… Another site pointed out that the destruction idea is very subjective… On the one hand, rubble could be falling from those buildings… But if you look again, the rubble could be rising and Gotham could be pulling itself together and the Bat is in the middle of all the repair.

  • http://twitter.com/BTSjunkie Brian Kelley

    Maybe there will be some action in this one? Seems Nolan finally figured out how to effectively film an exciting scene (finally) in INCEPTION. As long as this one doesn’t beg us to take it seriously while still following goofy comic-book logic I won’t feel insulted. :P

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