Bruce, Bane, Blake, Fox, and Tate (Talia) will all die.
I think Matthew Modine's character will live. And I think there is a lot more to his character than people think. The Nolan's--unlike most filmmakers and writers today--make movies like they're writing poetry. Every word you hear in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight will clue you in to where things will lead in Rises. And what Batman says on the plane to Alfred in Begins on his way back to Gotham is vital and poignant and extremely telling: he basically says that a man is flesh and blood and can be destroyed, but a symbol...a symbol can go beyond that, live forever, be incorruptible, and inspire people to do the right thing. Even in The Dark Knight, Bruce brings this up. I think that in Rises, Bruce has to die in order to fulfill that legacy; as a man he has to be destroyed in order for us to see if what he says will come true: will people be inspired by the symbol Batman stood for? I think this will be the main theme of The Dark Knight Rises. And I think Modine's character will play the role of the optimist: seeing what Batman stood for and communicating that to Gotham. Even in the trailer, you get a sense Modine is the embodiment of optimism. There's even video footage of filming where you see all hell broken loose and Modine, wielding a rifle, saves an injured lady cop, putting his own life on the line to do so.