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First Clip From The Dark Knight Rises

Gary Oldman appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight to promote The Dark Knight Rises, and with along with the usual conversation, a clip from the film was shown. The clip showcases a conversation between Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character John Blake and Oldman’s Commissioner Gordon. Check it out below:

Checkout the schedule of TV show appearances of cast memebers from The Dark Knight Rises to watch live and see new clips as they air.

by Teddy Blass
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Production Update #11: The Giant Los Angeles Wrap-Up

The Dark Knight Rises in Los Angeles

It’s been a little over a month since we last did a production update about Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, but don’t let that fool you, they’ve been busy filming in Los Angeles ever since. Amateur photos have popped up online here and there over the last few weeks, as well as a number of videos, but in relation to past filming locations, the filming in Los Angeles has been sort of low-key. Christian Bale, Marion Cotillard, Anne Hathaway, Gary Oldman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy and some others have all been spotted on set over the past couple weeks. Some major action sequences were filmed in streets of Los Angeles, and like all location reports, minor spoilers are bound to be revealed. If you don’t care to see photos and videos from the Los Angeles filming or learn what they’re of, read no more. Continue reading

by Teddy Blass
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Everyone Is Asking Gary Oldman About The Dark Knight Rises

Gary Oldman The Dark Knight Rises

Gary Oldman has been doing the press rounds for his upcoming film Red Riding Hood recently, and in basically every single interview of his the last question is about The Dark Knight Rises. Not that I am complaining or anything. I bet it gets tiring for Mr. Oldman though. A single answer isn’t exactly news worthy, but when you take all of them and read them one after another… well it’s still not newsworthy, but it surely is interesting. Let’s start with the interview Oldman gave to MTV:

“I haven’t seen the script yet. I know the story and it’s a great story. You look at The Dark Knight and you go, ‘How’s he going to top it?’ But I think he has. The scope of it and also the way he brings it back to Batman Begins, and really what Bruce Wayne discovers about himself, what he learns about himself at the end of this one [will top off the trilogy].”
- Gary Oldman

Bringing the trilogy full circle? Topping the previous films? Those sounds like goals director Christopher Nolan would be aiming for. We know that there’s a lot of potential to do that with the two villains (Bane and Catwoman) that we know about. However, according to an interview with E!Online, there might be more.

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