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Some Bane Photos From Empire's DARK KNIGHT RISES Coverage!!
Merrick here...
Over the weekend, we got a closeup look at THE DARK KNIGHT RISES' Bane as featured on the immediately forthcoming issue of Empire.
Sam Jackson's Wig sent in scans of photos that'll appear in an article within that same magazine, which is due in stores 'round Thursday if I understand correctly. Included in these photos is Empire's special subscriberonly cover...a different shot from the one revealed over the weekend.
EMBIGGEN the cover shot to betterread Tom Hardy's interesting description of how Bane is characterized in this film.
In the article, Nolan confirms that THE DARK KNIGHT RISES prologue , wich'll appear in IMAX theaters with the new MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE next month, will act as an introduction to Bane. It's evidently the first six minutes of the movie.
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The eight year gap thing is really interesting if true.



Nov. 21, 2011, 3:31 p.m. CST
Please never bring back Keaton and never show those movies again
by SantiagoAndDunbar


Wow. That's going to be interesting. Does this mean he'll have a real batcave this time? I don't remember seeing it in The Dark Knight...just a welllit HUGE garage.

Talks about how he is not only cerebral as a tactician and strategist, but how he also literally rips someones spine out of their body. So, uh, yeah... I'm not one of those people that is concerned about Bane. The 8year gap in the timeline came completely out of left field to me, and has me fascinated. I expected it to take place about 612 months after 'TDK' with the police still in hot pursuit of Bats. Having it take place nearly a decade later opens up a whole new can of worms, and a TON of interesting possibilities. It also pretty much kills any notion of the next Batman film being a loose sequel to Nolan's films(if there ever WAS that notion). Sounds like it will have the be reboot or nothin'.

That sounds insane.

Nov. 21, 2011, 3:40 p.m. CST
wonder what the Joker's been up to the last 8 years?
by crazy4dragons13

He needs to see a doctor with skin like that, get some treatment.

THE FUCK HE IS. Nolan needs a lot of CGI to make us believe that BANE is the most physically imposing villain that he has ever fought.Hell my brother is more muscular than what Hardy is in those pics.

Say nothing about how the film takes place 8 years after TDK? That's huge news.

He's just trying to cause trouble.

Nov. 21, 2011, 3:45 p.m. CST
The eight year thing is a little worrysome. We don't get to see the immediate results of TDK.
by SierraTangoFoxtrotUniform
Was this done to make wiggle room for future Batman movies (since WB announced there would be more Batman movies, although not necessarily by Nolan) to take place in between TDK and TDKR? Or other media like DC Animation features? I really wanted to see the immediate postJoker results of Gotham. I had hoped to see it descend into a nearly nomadic, pseudopostapocalyptic shadow of itself, with roaming thugs and gangs ruling the city. It would be up to Batman to not only restore Gotham but redeem himself. This feels like a gip. And why is Bane pulling a Molly Shannon with his hands under his armpits? Is the mask to protect him from his BO?

come on AICN,where is the obit?

...is a great choice. It's very much like The Dark Knight Returns in that respect. Will Batman have essentially retired by the time the events of this film come around? Maybe. And sounds like Bane, like the previous films, will be the embodiment of a certain thematic strand in the film  a life of pain. Seems that Bane needs the gas  after an accident/incident early in his story  to function properly. All sounding good so far.

Nov. 21, 2011, 3:49 p.m. CST
starsplitter: I don't think Nolan is distancing the story too much: Bane is holding a picture of Dent!
by Emperor_was_a_jerk

Nov. 21, 2011, 3:50 p.m. CST
As i said in the other topic,it makes perfectly sense the 8 years gap.
by KilliK
I was expecting that the film will take place a lot later and not almost immediately after the events of TDK,i was thinking around 5 years.But the 8 years gap seems even more interesting.a lot of things will have changed in that time period.both in GC and Bats. if you want to play with the idea of a fugitive,'dark' hero who was forced to abandon the protection of his home city but now he is forced again to return to protect it. you must leave some time for that idea to flourish,to explore it,to set the following events and to develop further the characterization and most importantly to make stronger and more meaningful the inevitable return of the hero. when TDK ends with the hero on the run,you dont expect him to return after 56 months and say: "i am back" while nothing has changed on him and his city.it is not dramatic enough. it's the same thing i talked about in the Rampage topic,about Dom's ridiculous timing in his sacrifice in Gears of War 3.

With this being Nolan's last movie, it's a great way to introduce lesser villains a la Scarecrow's TDK cameo or a quick mention similar to Gordon talking about the Joker at the end of Batman Begins.

I was a pretty big fan of the "Gotham Knight" animated film that came out before the release of 'TDK,' so I'm in full support of them releasing something similar to fill in the gaps between 'TDK' and "The Dark Knight Rises." Good idea.

Nov. 21, 2011, 3:57 p.m. CST
Creepythin... Batman already framed himself. Or did you forget that FACT?
by Mattman

Given how much Nolan emphazised on the fact that his BatMovies represents the early years of the character. However, he also said he would like to finish the story of bruce wayne so maybe thats it.

It would explain his absence and the guilt he felt over the deaths of Rachel and Harvey. Plus, Wayne Manor is supposedly rebuilt in this film which wouldn't be possible in just a few months. He went into hiding and was seen as a fugitive at the end of The Dark Knight. Bruce Wayne wouldn't bring out Batman unless absolutely necessary. Here, it will be a challenge for him to don the suit whilst dealing with a villian who cannot feel pain and let's out all the freaks from Arkham to ravage Gotham City. Add to the fact that this film's timeline will put Bruce Wayne in the 40ish age category, it makes sense that he's not as quick on his feet, Bane has the upper hand, breaks his back and Bruce hands the reigns of Batman off to someone else. Just my take on things...

Nov. 21, 2011, 4:05 p.m. CST
i saw a pic of him with tattoos what the fuck was that?
by zombot.com
i saw pics of hardy as bane without his jacket and he had a rather spanish looking mother and child (mary and jesus) on his left arm. am i crazy? only saw that once. was it a stunt double and the tat would be CG'd out?

has heavily based his movie on the TDKR novel.even the title is similar to the title of the comic.

there,satisfied?

Great idea. Creepythinman, yer full of shit. This is a great idea. People want to talk about escalation? Spark it off with the Bat, the nutters move in, the Bat is forced to hide (for one reason or another  Gordon already says he disappeared in the teaser) and the ht benutters have the opportunity to REALLY MOVE IN? Brilliant idea. Anyone who says otherwise only wants their own, private, fanboy version of Batman and not the intelligent films these guys have to offer. The Dark Knight Rises as The Dark Knight RETURNS!!!

Batman's back gets broken in the first 6 minutes by Bane immediately from where TDK leaves off. Eight years later, The Dark Knight Returns. Or Rises. This way Nolan will get the question of the broken back out of the way immediately leaving everyone wondering what else is going to happen. Why the hell not... if I were Nolan, I'd want the question 'does he break his back? Does he break his back?!' out of the way too.

With a much leaner timeline, like 6 or 12 months after 'TDK,' everyone WOULD be wondering wear the Joker was. A lot of casual filmgoers would probably feel cheated, in fact. Stretching that window out to 8 years is actually the easiest and most novel way to avoid that predicament. It can all pretty much be explained away with a few lines of dialog.

Nov. 21, 2011, 4:21 p.m. CST
Apparently no one on here's seen the description of the prologue that's been all over the net???!!!
by la te ral us
The prologue picks up the moment TDK ends, bats tries to escape the city, fights bane...knightfall...left for dead. The "8 years later" thing actually makes perfect sense.

Hence the 8 year gap. Easiest cop out.

Nov. 21, 2011, 4:29 p.m. CST
Zombot in the comics he's born in a south american prison
by Autodidact
He's born in prison and takes on his father's prison sentence at birth. I really hope they keep that in the comics. I thought his origin in VENGEANCE OF BANE was really cool.

Nov. 21, 2011, 4:30 p.m. CST
No one else noticed Bane's holding a photo of Harvey Dent?
by sunwukong86
Guess no one seems to care, or I'm the only one who didnt know it was part of the plot

All his movies dont take place at one time. Look at Begins. Look at Memento, the Prestige...So this 8 year gap is actually a great way of telling us what happened and hopefully showing us the other villians we never got to see. The only gripe i have is, in 8 years, Batman never updated his suit again? That seems odd.

what i was asking though, is i've only seen ONE pic of him with that tattoo nothing here shows a tattoo at all. kind of odd so i'm thinking that was a stuntman but why not cover the tat up?

If I can think of several scenarios off the top of my head that could follow Dark Knight, I'm pretty sure Nolan can. It's not like that's some huge challenge. He's setting it eight years later because that's what he wants to do. I'm guessing he wanted a significant passage of time before Batman comes back.

A prologue description was revealed recently (cant find the source now but it seemed quite genuine to me  does anyone know where it was posted?) 6 min prologue is set directly following on from TDK, Batman is on the run (with lots of police following him as we have seen in the spy pics) he gets to the batcave entrance and suddenly trucks pull in front of it and BM crashes into them whilst on batpod. Then he has a run in with Bane and his crew, a fight ensues near a waterfall in the batcave (which fits in perfectly with the empire bane waterfall pics) and ultimately batters, who is half destroyed from his battle with harvey and the joker is put to the sword by bane, who proceeds to put him over his knee so to speak.Cue a broken bruce wayne helpless and unable to fight back during his 8 year hiatus as gotham burns, which culminates in Batters being spurred back to action 'rising' when gotham and gordon (in hospital bed) are at their weakest. Means that we have a truly exciting cliffhanger of a prologue to whet the appetite for next summer  job done, with nighfall and dark knight graphic novel narratives welded neatly into Nolans world. You heard it here 12th folks.

The movie opens up silently with a close up of Batman’s face. We can tell he’s on the Batpod on a highway of some sort. The angle changes, and we can now see that we’re starting off right where The Dark Knight left off. There’s a ridiculous amount of cops chasing Batman down. The scene changes again, and this time there’s noise in the background. Gordon is hugging his wife where the cops created the perimeter at the end of TDK. She then gets in the drivers seat of a cop car and we see that Gordon’s kids are sitting in the backseat. Gordon looks on as they begin to drive away. Cop: C’mon, Gordon. We’ve gotta go. Gordon nods and gets into the car with the cop. They’re the last ones there. The car quickly starts and begins to move. Then there’s a cut back to Batman being chased. He’s veering in and out of traffic, until finally he takes an exit onto a street. He seems to be in the clear momentarily, until all the cars that were chasing him on the highway appear behind him, followed shortly by a whole new batch of cop cars cutting him off from a side street. He zooms ahead of them. We cut back to Gordon in the car with the cop. Gordon (on his radio): This is commissioner Gordon. Does anyone have a location on the Batman? Cop chasing Batman: Yes, sir. He’s heading North. Likely towards the city limits. Cop in car with Gordon: Why would he be heading there? Gordon: Traffic. People are still trying to escape the Joker’s threat. It cuts back to Batman again, doing exactly what Gordon predicted. He approaches a huge line of traffic and veers inbetween them with ease. All the cop cars come to a screeching halt. Cut to Gordon again. Gordon: Where is he now? Cop chasing Batman: He’s…. gone. Probably outside the city by now. Cop in car with Gordon: Damn it! How can one guy outmanuever the entire Gotham police force? Gordon: I don’t know. But now, I’m betting we probably won’t see him for a long time. Cut to Batman. He’s driving on what looks to be some remote highway. He takes an exit and then the scene cuts to him driving past a “You are now entering Gotham City” sign. He approaches a large, empty tunnel (probably the tunnel the Joker made a threat on is my guess). As he enters the tunnel he pulls out a cell phone looking thing (I think it’s the one he used to call Alfred in Batman Begins after Scarecrow gassed him). Batman: Alfred, make sure there’s nobody near the bunker. He hangs up and continues to drive through the tunnel by himself for a bit. Then, just as he’s about to leave the tunnel, 2 giant trucks suddenly appear at the end of the tunnel, completely blocking his exit. At this point, he’s going too fast to stop so he swerves and hits the trucks HARD. Like really, it was bad. Then he’s laying on the ground, right next to the trucks. Then Bane and his henchman emerge and slowly file out of the trucks. And yeah, Tom Hardy looks huge as Bane. I don’t know how they did it. Then the henchman stand by the trucks while Bane starts to walk towards Batman after a brief pause. And I gotta say, this scene is paced extremely well. There’s a lot of tension and suspense while you’re waiting for Bane to make his move. Now Bane speaks in an extremely ghastly and eerie voice. I was skeptical at first, but it works very, very well. Bane: I’ve been watching you for some time. Waiting. For the right moment. Right now Batman looks like he’s regaining consciousness. He stands up and starts to try to walk away (he would never make it to the Batpod). Bane motions for his henchman to stay put and starts to walk closer to Batman. Bane (to henchmen): He’s mine. Bane continues walking, slowly. Bane (back at Batman): The Joker was even more formidable than I anticipated. Meanwhile Batman is desperately trying to limp away, but he’s hurt badly from the crash (plus he already looked pretty hurt from the fall at the end of TDK) Bane: Using Harvey Dent was a brilliant tactic. Batman is still trying to get away, but it’s at this point that Bane has “chased” him into a corner (he just walked), and the only place Batman has to go is through an open door and up some enclosed stairs that are built into the side of the tunnel. He feebly attempts to climb them, leaning heavily on the handrail. The suspense continues to build as Bane merely watches Batman try to regain his composure. Bane (as he’s still walking towards him and watching him climb the stairs): What exactly is it you’re running from? We both know where this is headed………. Bruce. (THIS PART was so freaking mind blowing. The line delivery and the change of pace in the music were so perfect that it made it overwhelmingly epic) And right now is basically where that little scene we saw from the teaser happens – Batman is at the top now and completely FREEZES upon hearing “Bruce”. Then Bane suddenly starts to advance with surprising speed (and the music suddenly blares and gets intense) and Batman turns around and gets ready to fight even though he’s definitely in no condition to. Bane then ascends the stairs and thus begins the most intense part of the entire sequence. Now we briefly get a better view of the place and see that they’re basically on a little bridge outside of the tunnel that curves around a bit and leads to more stairs that take you to higher ground outside the tunnel (where Bane’s henchman is standing in anticipation underneath a highway bridge). Batman throws the first punch at Bane, but Bane just grabs his arm. Batman is unable to break free from his grip so Bane elbows it with his other arm and all we hear is a loud SNAP as Batman screams out in pain. Batman staggers away, but Bane instantly advances on him, not missing a beat and kicks him square in the stomach. Batman is knocked back hard by the kick as Bane continues to advance. In desperation, Batman quickly pulls out his grappling gun and latches onto the bridge above him, but Bane literally tackles him in midair as he’s flying upwards and they both fall down to the ground below. Bane, of course, is basically unaffected by the fall but Batman is looking even worse than before – he’s lying on the floor, breathing extremely heavy, with evident damage to his suit. Bane: You’re pathetic. I expected more. A shot of Batman, who’s basically looking like he’s out for the count. Bane: Get up and fight me. Again, the pacing is so great here. Batman’s fear is palpable as he struggles to get up and face Bane. Finally, after considerable effort, he suddenly stands up and throws a Batarang at the light that’s lighting the lower level of the room they’re in. We briefly see Bane looking amused before things go dark. Now the camera focuses on Bane in a low light setting, calmly walking around the handrails through the dark without even feeling his way around. Batman has managed to disappear. Bane (here is where Hardy really shines, performing with incredible conviction and intensity after thus far just being an eerie and powerful presence): There’s no escape, Bruce. I can smell your fear. (Here he walks without talking for a bit, the tension builds) Bane: It does not matter how much you prolong the inevitable. After tonight, Batman is FINISHED. (more walking, the score is a subtle constant screech) Bane: (caps for intensity, he’s not literally shouting the whole time) Come fight me, Bruce. COME FIGHT ME OR I WILL FOCUS MY EFFORTS ON GOTHAM CITY. I WILL NOT REST UNTIL THE CITY IS IN FLAMES AND EVERYONE YOU CARE ABOUT IS DEAD. I AM BANE, AND I CAN KILL YOU. Suddenly, Batman appears behind Bane and attempts to get him into a chokehold. It seems to work. …Until Bane’s henchmen suddenly pour light from above onto the two dueling titans below. Batman is taken by surprise, and Bane peels Batman’s arms off his neck, foiling his desperation attempt, elbows him in the face, turns around, grabs his head, and punches it with all his might. Batman begins to fall backwards. Then, as Batman lays motionless on the ground, Bane: Killing you would only end your agony. Bane begins to put his arms underneath him… Bane: …I want you to see what I’m going to do. He lifts him high… …And smashes the bat over his knee. All we hear is a deafening CRAAAAACCKKK, followed by Bane tossing Batman to the ground and then walking away from the screen. Batman lays there, motionless; his face lifeless (it’s the same shot). And the screen goes black.”

http://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/darkknightrisesprologuedescriptionleaks/

The sad truth is that Ledger is dead, and shoehorning a new actor into a cameo role with the express intent of killing him onscreen would've been fairly tasteless and also a disservice to Ledger. I loved the Nolan/Ledger Joker, and would LOVE to have seen this 3rd Batman film with that character still alive and thriving as an amazing onscreen presence. But its just not going to happen. So why not just write it off in a few lines of dialog, and move on to driving the actual narrative of the film instead of wallowing in impossibilities? I dunno, thats just my take on it.


TO BE CLEARER  The prologue description i was just waffling on about has been kindly posted by erichaislar

BULL SHIT!

we are in for one hell of a final movie and that's just the first 6 mins.

Nov. 21, 2011, 4:50 p.m. CST
That description is cool, but I'll take it with a massive grain of salt
by Kammich
It doesn't seem like a Nolan move to literally rip a moment out of the comics ala the Breaking of the Bat; much less put the most famous moment of his lead villain's comic resume into the first 6 minutes of his film. Plus, wouldn't anyone find it suspicious that Batman disappears the same night that Bruce Wayne breaks his back? I mean, I know Bats was on the run from the police already, but... That would make for a really dynamic, hypeworthy prologue. So I kind of hope its true. I just don't think it is.

I am taking it with a grain of salt too. But man I really want that to be true.

If Nolan's trilogy is suppose to go full circle, then Batman is only doing what Bruce Wayne did in Begins disappearing from Gotham for 8 years instead of 14. That is IF he disappears from Gotham at all. The TDKR news only makes me want to play Arkham City again.


wow! please be right.

I woke up this news at another site. welcome to the party AICN.

HOLY FUCKING SHIT. It sounds incredible, and I could kind of see Nolan going for broke (pun not intended), this being his last. Taking Bats out in the first 6 minutes would be insane, but awesome. I wonder then, if Catwoman will be the small time burglar, or if she will be someone who is attempting to fight through the shit that comes up after Bats is gone. Hell, maybe she's both. Stealing shit in order to fund her fight against Bane and thugs? Obviously she doesn't have Wayne's resources, so she wouldn't have access to the same tech. But steal some expensive shit, and she might get some decent stuff to work with.

Nothing about that prologue description is true! The Batman doesn't break his back!

gives a lot of room to invent a series of events but roll through them in a speedy retrospective style. or not. i'm also cool with hardy as the villain choice b/c, much like heath, it's not the OBVIOUS choice. and i have a hard time believing hardy won't rise (yeah, rise, get it? hilarious) to the occasion.

I know a broken back is serious but seems a bit much ... Or does Bane just vanish into thin air and return much later? Something doesn't sound right.

nice.

Nov. 21, 2011, 5:13 p.m. CST
Tha last act of TDK was terrible, so abandoning it makes sense.
by kevred
Also sounds like a bit of a way to lose some enthusiasm from people going to the new film. Would you start Return of the Jedi a few years after Death Star II and the Emperor are destroyed? If the cliffhanger of TDK isn't important enough to base the following film on, you have to wonder about how wellconceived the whole thing is in the first place. I've no doubt this will be interesting, but I've found both Nolan films to be interesting but unfulfilling so far. Same expectation here.

....That prologue description isn't true! It's not even close!

i have to admit, pre production kind of turned me off of this film, but seeing these photos has me pumped.

Bane could spend this time building criminal network / league of shadows getting a grip / catwoman building a rep /doubts beginning to rise about 'evil or dead batman' really being eeeviiiillll etc / bane generally having fun in gotham, takes time to do these things I am sure....them the dark knight rises... makes perfect sense

Nov. 21, 2011, 5:20 p.m. CST
creepythinmanlives, you can't figure out what happened to the Joker?
by Mattman
The police got him. He's in Arkham. Big mystery there.

Melodramatic BS, for one thing, but it also completely diminishes the whole Joker arc in TDK. Bane just walks into the frame as the allknowing manipulator of everything? The dialogue makes Joker sound like a pawn in Bane's game. Which puts Nolan's overall mythology above the devastating Joker role, and makes all of the Joker's supposed "anarchy" seem more tame. The effectiveness of TDK  maybe it's only real effectiveness  was in its repeated knocking down of limits to the Joker's dangerousness. Just when you thought Bats and the law had it contained, it kept spilling out, getting worse and crazier, until it was something elemental taht you really felt Bats couldn't control. Having some thug with a band of armed minions watching bemusedly from the sidelines, waiting his turn, devalues what has the most value in these Nolan films so far. This would be nonsensical garbage.

hasnt he heard of steroids?

Well said. I have a feeling its bollocks ... Just too similar to the comic ... which was itself, a bit shit.

This is potentially a early draft / the person who seen it may not have caught everything correctly  also, nolan may not be that dramatic / its all about the delivery i think too. dont forget these films have had some potentially clunky dialogue masterly delivered by bale / ledger etc I personally think it would be an amazing prologue

In Nolan's more realistic Bat world, Arkham can hold the Joker. They might be a little more prepared after his last breakout. And saying I'm not a batfan is laughable, but you don't know me so kindly fuck yourself.

You haven't seen the movie yet, you fucking nimrod. How do you know they won't address the movie? You don't, so get the fuck out of here with your "FACT" nonsense and have some sex or something.


Who are you, Tim Burton? Clearly YOU don't know jack about the character. You probably think he killed Batman's parents. Dipshit troll.

Nov. 21, 2011, 5:51 p.m. CST
Bane: 'This man, got me addicted to cigarettes! I lost my jaw, and have to wear THIS!!!
by Kamaji

i mean what is the deal with it? i'd like to think he inhales the fear toxin like a drug he's mastered but still utilizes the adrenaline effects of it but there are no tanks or anything holding any. if he needs assisted breathing because of an injury assuming it's the same one that scarred his skin a bit was bruce responsible for it? if it's merely a voice changer or strapon amplifier...well, lame.

the battery sized things on both sides of his nose. still, what a wackado design esp. trying to appear realistic and all....

Nov. 21, 2011, 6:17 p.m. CST
Yeah ... Broken back or not ... let Gotham rot for 8 years? ... Sounds wrong.
by GINGE_MUPPET

Nov. 21, 2011, 6:21 p.m. CST
Nolan himself said the prologue would tell the backstory of Bane...
by AttackingClone
I'm thinking this 6mins we're gonna see is just that. Where he came from, how he grew up (from what I've heard in a prison) My theory is this is where we will see Ras Al Ghul. He will find Bane as a younger man and train him with the League. We'll see...

That is all.

And Nolan says it's "an INTRODUCTION to Bane and a taste of the rest of the film" Hmm, maybe that description above is real?

Nov. 21, 2011, 6:29 p.m. CST
creepythinmanlives  Big Boa from G.I. Collectors' Club AICN toys looks a lot like BANE. FACT!!!
by Darth_Kong

Nov. 21, 2011, 6:33 p.m. CST
My money is on a Bane origin being the opening ... like attackingclone said.
by GINGE_MUPPET
Beats the crap out of Bats then ..... EIGHT YEARS LATER! Nah' ... No chance.

Nov. 21, 2011, 6:37 p.m. CST
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by LUIS
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Obviously, Bane is trying to win the heart of Gotham by turning the city against the Dark Knight. I am interested in learning how he steals the camo batmobiles and unleashes them against the city.

....first off, the cast is huge. Over a hundred people. Second, the majority of characters consist of prisoners, cops, thugs, and wall street brokers. <p> It kind of gives you an idea of what this movie is about......eh? <p>


What is Bane's mask for? It looks more functional than just disguising his identity. I am familiar with the story line where he broke Batman's back and his brief appearance in Batman & Robin, but that is about it. I would love to hear from those in the know. Thx.

....(spoilers) releases anesthetic gas to Bane to relieve his pain because he suffered some sort of....something.

...that Bane was trained by Ra's Al Ghul and is out to stop BATMAN even though Gotham is in good shape. Bane will be one of those "Occupy Wall Street" morons who thinks that the wealthy owe them 99% of their income so that they can have more iPhones, iPads and Venti Mocha Frappuccinos. BATMAN will appear and say, "GET A JOB, HIPPIE!"

I'd put PENGUIN and a kingpin make him real like JOKE and two face bane and scarecrow have QUENTIN TARANTINO or JAMES GANDOFINI as the penguin... I'd probably know who by the time I finished both would be perfect and depending who played him would determine how the characters story would be written just because of a few tings.... But man that be fun... You could make the RIDDLER like a terrorist in essence setting bombs throughout the city... Maybe I should write a COMIC just need some help...

you didnt notice.apparently it's where he inhales the drug gas.

Get the audience to be apart of finding out where and when... Get THE PENGUIN to be the kingpin hiring maybe past villains and the RIDDLER to get total control of GOTHAM...

JAMES GANDOFINI as THE PENGUIN could really work! It is an offthewall choice that might make people forget Danny Devito.

Nov. 21, 2011, 6:58 p.m. CST
If Catwoman bitches to Batman about abandoning Gotham and making her do all the work
by Wookie_Weed
I'm walking out on the film.

Bad joke. Sorry.

The huge twist could be FOX GORDON or ALFRED could turn out to be the RIDDLER maybe.... MAYBE not... If it was a film just for the big suprise... MAYBE not wouldn't want to infringe upon the origins of such get villains...


.... and very minimal JGL news still suggests to me that Nightwing is very possible. There will never be a Robin in the movies but that could be smoke and mirrors from Nolan. Catwoman is surely not the only 'protector' of Gotham over 8 years. Could be why Catwoman and Nightwing are both playable in AC.

Bruce Wayne must leave Gotham and live in NY working on Wall Street. In the first scene he has an inner monologue about some dudes business card being eggshell white..... 2nd scene he kills a hooker with a chainsaw. Bats has lost it

Over at the CBR forums, it was easily killed as legitimate a few weeks back when it first surfaced. There is too much knowledge on Bane's part  almost immediately, no less  for it to be legitimate. Not to mention the way the end of The Dark Knight was edited to show Dent's funeral mixed in with Batman running from the police. PLUS THE DIALOGUE IS CRAP. I mean, seriously, go back and read it again and say it aloud. It's just a pretty inventive fanboy taking his little 15 minutes of internet glory for a very fun 'leaked prologue' but one that doesn't work well under scrutiny. Give the guy credit though, he's got the internet fooled. And that new Bane cover makes me think: Sometimes when I get nervous, I stick my hands in my armpits and then smell them like THIS!

Nov. 21, 2011, 7:34 p.m. CST
"Its about a killer robot driving instructor who has to go back in time for some reason
by Mr Soze



that's the first thing i thought when i read it.

It doesnt matter about Dent's funeral. They are caring if Batman hasnt been seen for 23 days because his back is broken. I'm betting its legit.

ARENT caring...This prologue could totally be feasible....

My boycot of Tom Cruise and his shitty MI movies still stands no matter what they try to do to promote them.

So far there are two vaguely similar descriptions, and I was referring to the extremely long one with all the cheesy dialogue. From what I've read of that, it takes place literally directly after the ending of The Dark Knight, with Batman on the run from the cops. So having Bane say "Using Dent was..." gives him too much knowledge that he shouldn't have, too soon. Even if it took place 2 or 3 days after the events of The Dark Knight, it is still giving a bad guy far too much knowledge, too easily, and expecting us to care and be in awe of his genius or what not. In short, its a cheap method to gain Bane instant credibility through the actions of Dark Knight. And if we've learned ANYTHING about Nolan over the last decade, is that he isn't a cheap writer and doesn't take a shortcut like that. "Show, don't Tell" as they say in writing classes. The prologue descriptions above are all Tell, Tell, Tell (even if they are paraphrased accounts of "what really happened") rather than showing us how awesome Bane is, and how smart he is. It's fun, but it is incredibly lazy from a storytelling perspective.

yeah,like what he did in Inception...


Nov. 21, 2011, 8:43 p.m. CST
creepythinmanlives, don't even attempt a balanced argument at this point
by Mattman
Your writing kills braincells. You're on my ignore list from here on out.

Is Bane a massive 80s era Rod Stewart fan? Why's he got a poster of him... Wake up Maggie I think I've got something to say to you... hang she died in the second one.

Sorry.

Nov. 21, 2011, 9:26 p.m. CST
8 years seems a bit long, but I'll wait to judge things until I see the finished film
by lv_426
I have to say though, I am shocked that Christopher Nolan and his team have knowingly leaked so much bts info and images this early on. All these endless DKR marketing pushes combined are not as fascinating as that soundless barely decipherable Prometheus teaser that was leaked the other day. Less is more.

Nov. 21, 2011, 9:31 p.m. CST
8 Years later? SoBatman is in his 40's now? What exactly is rising on him? Anything?
by Zardoz
I keed, I keed! I'm gonna be 42 myself, when I'm watching this in IMAX come Summer '12, so I get to make jokes like that...

http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=§ion=&q=darth+kong#/d4gug4r

...and it isn't actually a "fact," I fail them for engaging in logical fallacies or intellectual dishonesty. Fact.

Easier to swallow the new technology, plus older Batman a la Dark Knight Returns, plus potential animated series to fill the gap, plus Robin factor.

Nov. 21, 2011, 9:41 p.m. CST
Should've been B Ratner's Film! Fact!
by the_shitweasel_with_a_quizzical_brow
Stupid joke sorry


Nov. 21, 2011, 9:52 p.m. CST
Superman gone for 5 years was a genius move for Superman Returns.
by hank henshaw
LOL Hopefully it doesn't mean that Batman hasn't been seen again in 8 years, just that he's been a fugitive while still doing his war on crime thing. Nolan better not have Batman quitting at the end of this movie. Having Bruce say he was hoping Dent could fix things so that he didn't have to be Batman anymore was such bullshit. Wayne has nothing in his life beyond being Batman 24/7. Actually, strike that. I'm ok if Nolan has his Batman "retired" by the end of the film. His fans get their "perfect trilogy", and everyone will be happy for it.

Nov. 21, 2011, 9:59 p.m. CST
soo there i was walking along smelling the roses
by water_shit_anderson
AND THE dead fucking flowers that littered the wayside as i strolled along on the crisp autumn afternoon. I was thinking of like a bitch i wanted to fuck but she was all like "no no uh" hell naw, yall like fuck and i was like yeah tell ME bbabout that bitch fa real. <P> So here comes a coffee shop and i'm like yes I could use some java, gimme caffiene something to take my mind off how soft this bitch is leaving my dick right now. And i awlk in and hers this girl adn the counter giving me the look like what is your order and what is on your sweatshirt. SHAWTY this is beans...ever heard of chioptle? Sometimes beans get spilled down my front because i'm not in a fucking pagentry god damn it shut your fuck off mouth. I want the holiday tea, hasker and progies, or siskel and ebert...whtever the fuck your starbuck tea is called gimem a mediam. yeah a dollar 87 no i don't want a large for a penny more no reciept either. <P> Now i walk to the magazine rak, tea in tow, warm on my hand making me feel good. its almost like the warmth of feeling that your family loves you, but you can hold it right there in your hand..portable bullshit. So I see empire and there he is in all his pimpleragefuckinbatman ass glory...BANE. Oh yeahhhhhh.....my number one baney boy. oH YEAH batman whatchya',lll gon' do now gotcha back broke shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit. Mary jane can't go down now on someone without the spine to get his batdick up nuuuuuh uhhhhhh. <p> I looked at the pics of bane and they were ok. Mbybe the movie won't suck asstronuts. Guess i'll see.

... but then again, don't we all?

Nov. 21, 2011, 10:29 p.m. CST
STOP it will the "They should mention what happened to the Joker!" SHIT
by notcher
I mean do we really need his name to be mentioned? Do we need to see him again even though it wouldn't be him? Do we really need that? Do you people really think Nolan is just some dumb idiot who doesn't know what he's doing? If that's the case, you either hate his movies and want to piss on everyone else's parade, or you are fucking stupid and are coming up with your own stupid plots that fucking suck balls like "The Joker ESCAPES and challenges Bane and then Bane kills him to become the supreme bad guy of Gotham! Wow, that's awesome man!" Shut the fuck up, all this shit happened before TDK where I read all your fucking stupid ideas and they all sucked balls compared to Nolan's ideas. Before we even got a glimpse of a trailer I heard your stupid theories about what the Joker would be like and what he would do, and they all sucked. You're doing the same shit this time. Fuck, give us your idea if you want, but stop suggesting Nolan is a moron, the only reason we are discussing good ideas is because of HIS fucking great movies. So SHUT THE FUCK UP! And BTW, if you think a guy has to be bigger to be stronger and a better fighter, you're DEAD FUCKING WRONG! I'd rather be a little smaller and toned as shit and still have speed! This CGI shit is crap! Fuck your stupid ideas! Tom Hardy will be badass and when he is, then you'll have to say how shitty he is just to say that you were all right. Can not fucking wait till this movie is out and better than the other two and then have to read how you think Danny DeVito was a better villain. Haha, can NOT fucking wait!!! If you feel Nolan's Batman's suck, fine, but I'm glad I'm not you!!!

I hope it IS the real deal.... Makes sense and can explain the 8 year gap ... refer back to the comics .... there were at least 3 big storylines concerning Knightfall .. then Catacylsm ... then No Man's Land Those comic story arcs in the 90s contributed so much to the Batman mythos .... I can't wait to see it on screen! Alas, the prologue is only for the chumps in the US ......

Hasn't been discredited by anyone yet, and consider the sites it's been on, I'm not gonna doubt it at all. Usually this stuff gets shot down immediately or just sucks ass. The description is pretty damn good, too good if you ask me for some fanboy to write. The dialogue was kinda weird, but who knows?

I can't speak for his acting ability as I don't know if I've seen him in anything before, but...if this is truly the biggest Bane gets, then that's hardly even close to Batman's 'biggest physical threat ever'...he's muscular, sure...compared to normal, every day men in business suits on Wallstreet. But Bane is supposed to be a freaking monster  much bigger than Batman, at least, and from the photos, it looks like he's actually shorter. Also...isn't he supposed to be Spanish or something? This guy looks like a German skinhead wearing some S&M gear. I hope there's more to this than what we've seen.


If the description is true, it matches this shot with the teaser. I think that's the case, IMO.

Think about it this way, alright  Nolan worked closely Ledger to create this work that they were both incredibly proud of, and he developed a tremendous amount of respect for Ledger... and then that guy DIED. The reason he isn't recasting him is NOT because no other actor could play the part  he's not recasting him because it's a fucking emotional topic for him! Have some fucking respect for the man's feelings! He feels it would be inappropriate  that's ought to be good enough for anyone. He was emotionally connected to that situation  you are not. There will be more Batman movies in a few years anyway, and they will have The Joker in them. We also don't know what the deal with the eight year gap is, so maybe Batman has not been gone that whole time, maybe he had unspecified further adventures that we just aren't going to have seen in these films. If you seriously think people will be confused about what happened to The Joker, then you are stupid.

He doesn't say Batman's been gone for eight years, he said it's set eight years after The Dark Knight.

Bane looks like a clown. YAWN. HEY I got a great idea for a Batman movie, BATMAN VS GODZILLA! Fuck yeah.

I mean...just...shhhh.

Man, they really went all out to totally fuck up the whole character of Bane. Way To Go, Nolan! You're 0 for 3, dipshit.


Nov. 22, 2011, 3:02 a.m. CST
by nobbythehappyelf: "I hate the Nolan BatFilms" Sucks to be you. Sorry.
by AsimovLives

Did anyone else notice that Bane appears to be standing on a Tumbler (Batmobile) in the second photo?

Then Nolan happened.

Nov. 22, 2011, 5:21 a.m. CST
volllllume3 : I remember 1 fun Batman movie, 1 dark movie and 2 utterly shit movies ...
by GINGE_MUPPET
Nolan did what needed to be done to get modern viewers actually interested in another Batman film.

8 years after TDK?? Sounds like were getting The Dark Returns!!!


The 8 years gap thing just seems entirely ridiculous. There was a sense of urgency at the end of the Dark Knight, like everything would come to a head in the next flick. Almost like the events of the Dark Knight would directly lead into the Dark Knight Rises...wait, pause. 8 years later...NOW Bane and the Ra's Al Ghul camp come back and hold up pics of Harvey Dent...RIIIIGHT... Lamesauce. I'm not saying that the Dark Knight Rises won't be good...I'm simply stating a fact that the 8 year gap is a mistake. http://batstud.blogspot.com/

Bet they could pull some scenes from that as they did with Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. I'm thinking specifically of the old cop / young cop dynamic in the car as Batman chases down some villains in a car ahead. The old guy is like: Relax kid, you're about to see something special. The young kid thinks he was a myth. Possibly young cop could be Joseph GordonLevitt? Could Bane be the leader of the mutants? In this version they won't be mutants but possibly the disaffected youth.. Setting it 8 years later is a really interesting idea anyway.

I'm really growing tiring of Nolanverse Batman. This movie has to really do something special, because I don't think "Dark Knight" has aged well. Every time I see it, I like it less and less. Kinda hoping for a good reboot these days.

Now it's one small shot at the end of a teaser, but did we not get a taste of how Bane will look in the finished film? He looked pretty big and menacing stomping towards a beaten Batman there. And I'd rather someone with acting presence playing him than a 'pro wrestler' or some meathead who can't act for toffee.

"Yeah, I want my batman to be under 6 foot tall and skinny... OH and homicidal and empty of any characterization whatsoever! Oh, and I want a fake ass looking Gotham and important characters to the Batman mythos like Gordon and Alfred have only one or two lines in the whole movie!Yeay!" I'm a bigtime Batman fan since 20 years and anybody who doesn't get that the Nolans films are THE right interpretation of the character on the silverscreen has no clue about modern Batman. Fuck Keaton and fuck Burton! Those two movies were always shit.

Nov. 22, 2011, 7:46 a.m. CST
Oh, and Batman isn't supposed to be kiddie friendly fun, you fucktards! Its a dark and mature story! If you want funny superheroes go to Marvel! Oh and don't try the comics. They could be too sofisticated for you.
by MariusXe

THAT is how you rock a furlined jacket.

...and illegitimate. I don't buy it all.

My friend, don't even go there. There are are multitudes of different incarnations of Batman, in the movies, TV, comics, animation. Saying "Batman" has to be dark and gritty is more neglectful of the source material than anything. Does Batman work best as a dark and gritty story? Arguably yes, but it doesn't mean that's all that will work. I'd like to see a period piece akin to "Year One" with a Bats devoid of body armor, etc. I think it would be awesome to get a Darknight Detective version of Batman sans wild bondesque gadgets.

Bane was watching from the shadows the whole time the Joker was running amok? He just HAPPENS to know Bruce is the Batman? Are you kidding me? No fucking way. All this Nolan talk is just reminding me that I do not own a single one of his films on BluRay. Remind me to pick up The Prestige (which is still his best film).

Overlong, moody, pretentious schlock  with a silverspoon fed cry baby in the lead role. Meh, I'll watch Burton's first, and move on.

Nov. 22, 2011, 9:19 a.m. CST
Setting it 8 years after events od TDK is bold & unexpected, it gives us an older, & maybe outy of shape Batman upping the anti & tension facing off against Bane. If you want predictable go see The Avengers Mr Factoid.
by cameron

Nov. 22, 2011, 9:22 a.m. CST
PS excuse spelling mistakes, no excuse really just typing faster than i can see. lol
by cameron

I think it's my new most hated thing. It's INCREDIBLE that people say things like "They should have made it 5 years after... they should have made it right after" You 'fact' morons aren't making movies for a reason.

creepythinman guy would just shush. Geez and what the fuck is his sctick with passing his opinion off as fact all the time???? Does this moron not know how to tell the difference?

Nov. 22, 2011, 9:30 a.m. CST
JUST BECAUSE YOU ADD FACT! IN YOUR DESCRIPTION DOESNT MAKE IT A FACT!
by doom master

Batman imho as I life long Batman fan that grew up reading the comics. Best interpretation on film. However I would still say that Batman:TAS is the best overall adaptation of Batman in other media. But Nolan has gotten everything right for the most part, especially when compared to Burtons films (which have not aged well), and the joke that was Scumachers crap. And Im not even the biggest Nolan fanboy.....

Nov. 22, 2011, 9:34 a.m. CST
Nolan said no Robin because of 'early years', right? Well, 8 years later?
by melwing
I'm hopeful. I don't care if it sucks, I want Robin (or even better, Nightwing). It'll still be fun.

villain. I dont care what the traditionalist say that only think that villains created in the early years of the comics are "classic". Bane is a great dark mirror" villain for Batman. And I really hope Nolan has taken some inspiration from the Knightfall storyline of the comics. Hope we get a seriously brutal fight between Batman and Bane....

all this....

I think someone already mentioned the Dark Knight Returns. From all the talk of the plot so far, it definitely has that feel to it: an older Batman, long layoff, not up to snuff, facing an awesome physical and mental challenge. Sounds like Dark Knight Returns is the inspiration.

When the first images of Bane rallying his troops months back surfaced I said as much. Now we hear it's '8 years later'. If the prologue description is accurate, that would be a brilliant way to start the film. A broken back (or similar injury) would explain his 8 year hiatus, and when Bats finally 'comes back', reintroducing him anew would be a masterstroke for a 3rd part of a trilogy. Also, Nolan adapted other Bat comics quite literally in the last 2 films: the sonic device to attract bats and battling the cops (Year One); Joker & Batman's head to head in the cell (Killing Joke)... so using the definitive Bane moment within the first 6 minutes no less would fit. On the other hand, the description could be a crock, so...

Nov. 22, 2011, 10:13 a.m. CST
if you do not think Bane looks bad ass, and better than the comic version, you suck
by THE_ONE_MAN_GANG
if this costume had debuted in the arkham city game, everyone would rave about it.

I'd love to see the passing of the torch at the end, or at least hinted at. Dent said in TDK that Batman couldn't plan on doing it forever, and Bruce has always maintained he would give up the cowl once he was sure Gotham didn't need him anymore. Wouldn't need to see Robin in costume, but some suggestion that Bruce has plans for a 'next generation' would be awesome.

now that would have been the ultimate mindfuck from Joker.

Covers the time from end of TDK and the end of this movie. So in between we see what happens, get a little name dropping of other villains, get Bane's backstory, get to see Gotham's (and Batman's) decline with the years and age and the toll taken by the crime...then we END 8 yrs later. That would be a lot easier to handle. Otherwise I'm in agreement that the gap is too large just to leap over without any updates.

Nov. 22, 2011, 10:47 a.m. CST
Hey Killik, your brother also sucks more cock too... so what's your point
by Nick

we didn't see bane attack batman in this prologue. if they just flashforwarded 8 years later and this mysterious bane guy shows up with a mask covering his mouth, basically being an anarchistic batman and it turns out there was a fake joker in arkham and revealed (with mask off) that bane was actually the joker who bulked up over 8 years, trying to beat batman at his own game.... that actually would have been cool.

1.At the start of the movie,which follows the end of TDK,Bane is in the Batcave where he breaks Batman's back so Batman needs that time to heal.Bane does that to avenge Ras Al Ghul because he was his mentor too and also on behalf of Talia Al Ghul,whom he works for. 2.Bane also steals the Tumbler from the cave.In the following 8 years,he reverseengineer it and builds several more tumblers.he also builds more batweaponry which he also stole from the cave.That might explain why Batman,when he returns,he has to use more sophisticated weaponry to fight Bane's weapons.Thus the batjet,"the pulse rifle" and the numerous tumblers. 3.During those 8 years and because Dent and Batman are absent,Gotham City finally succumbs to the corruption and decline.Poverty,unemployment,the failure of the institutions lead to a new crime wave which threatens the very foundations of the society itself.In this new era of crime and corruption,a new kind of criminals appear: Black Mask,Penguin,Catwoman.the story ofc focuses on Catwoman. 4.Eight years pass and a ruined GC is almost in the brink of its destruction.Gordon does everything he can to serve and protect his city,but without the help of Batman,he is completely powerless.Meanwhile the GC have lost all hope and despair.Bane,who meanwhile has built his army,decides that it is the perfect moment to make his move and finally fulfill his mentor's plan: the burning of GC and its rebirth through its ashes.Talia gives him the ok and Bane makes his presence known asking the GC to join his "revolution" That's my theory why that 8 years gap is needed,it is a setup for the TDKR story.

Nov. 22, 2011, 11:31 a.m. CST
oh and guess what 8 years later Gordon's kids would be..teens!
by zombot.com
yup, barbara gordon would be like, 14 or older and i'm guessing his annoying son would be like, 16 to 18?

Nov. 22, 2011, 11:53 a.m. CST
i doubt bane reverse engineers tumblers he probably just steals them
by zombot.com
they still have the desert camo paint on them, just like the lineup of them did in Lucius's workshop. which i'm sure they could find a way into during all the chaos of the end of TDK, or just using bruce's own security card/clearance/whatever. just hope they don't kill off morgan freeman in the process!

They'd have to wait until Bale is reeeeeally older to use him. If they want to film it now, they should use Stephen McHattie who played the first Night Owl in Watchmen. He also appeared in 300. He looks like he's in good shape for his age.

Bats and Bane have their climactic final battle, during which they really begin to GET one another, fully understanding what the other is all about. Subtle moments of dialogue are exchanged and full on battle embraces are taken up. Bats finally gets the best of Bane and defeats him, standing over his prone lifeless body. Bats kneels down, places Bane's head gingerly upon his knees, being ohsocareful with the neck. Bats removes his mask to reveal that he is Bruce Wayne...Bane shows no surprise. Bruce slowly removes Bane's mask to reveal a makeup less Chelsea Smile. Bane weakly speaks, "I'm sorry I had to be the 'Bane' of your existence all this time Bruce. *Hehehohaahho*. You truly are a good dude and a stand up guy though. Just wish all these daddy issues hadn't gotten in the way all these years...," Bruce's eye's bug out. "You mean...," Bruce is finally beginning to understand. "That's right...now go on...come at me...Bro." The two begin laughing and crying simultaneously. "Oh shit this hurts Bruce...can you reach in one my many cargo pants pockets...I need you to get me something..." Bane's voice is picking up a little life. "Sure, sure...here's your super strength gas, broheim..." Bruce shows it to Bane. Bane laughs, "Get rid of that bro, that shit will kill you!" More laughter is heard as the two catch up on a missed life and an Elton John song comes on with Clapton solos over the credits. The End.

Nov. 22, 2011, 12:22 p.m. CST
It is a day of mourning as most, if not all, PROMETHEUS TRAILER LEAKS have been removed from the internet. We will now take a moment of silence in honor of that posting hero...
by Darth_Kong

It doesn't appear as if he has the trademark Bane implants to pump himself full of Venom. WTF? Why not just give him the traditional mask then? He could have had him take it off if he wants to show off his boy Tom Hardy, but this... this doesn't look like Bane at all. He usually kept a close resemblance to the character traits, Scarecrow, Rhas, TwoFace, Joker, all kinda looked like their comic counterparts. Bane... not so much.

Nov. 22, 2011, 12:59 p.m. CST
darkseider : Difficult to make Bane 'look' like Bane ...
by GINGE_MUPPET
Simply because the comic version is a totally unrealistic monster of a man with tubes sticking out of his neck ... Only someone like Dave Batista would fit the role physically but these big guys can't act for shit and would drag the movie down with them. What you get with Hardy is 'powerful' ... not massive but a genuine aggressive looking body and acting ability as well ... And if you include Venom then you need to show Bane suddenly growing in size which would just look wrong.

I'm so fucking sick and tired of reading the moaning that Bane isn't the giant he is in the comic. I'm willing to bet that 99% of you haven't ever been in a fight, nor do you understand that Bane doesn't need to be huge to be an imposing threat to Batman, a SERIOUS threat to Batman. Some of the toughest, strongest people I've come across were average size. They were solid as steel, but they weren't some hulking idiot image of a fanboy's wetdream. And Hardy can fucking ACT. I seriously can't wait for this film. And I laugh at the tasteless morons who long for the shitty '89 Batman, or a "fun" Batman. Nolan's vision runs laps around the garbage that we've had previously with Batman. Fuck the rest.

although i find it strange and unrealistic that Batman has half a dozen of tumblers safeguarded in the cave.Maybe one as a replacement in case the original tumbler is crashed,like what happened in TDK,but 6? in a cave? On the other hand,if he had stored them in a secret Wayne Industries facility,then why were painted in the army color? Fox had said in BB that the Tumbler was a prototype and no more were built because the army had rejected the project. Unless those tumblers were officially made by Wayne Industries and given to the Police? Since Batman was a fugitive,Bruce Wayne decided to help the police with his own assets. I dont know,we will have to wait for the movie to find out.The only definitive thing is that the batjet will own those tumblers.

has said that Bane was going to be the most physically imposing threat that Batman had ever faced.They even released a teaser which was shot in such a way to demonstrate exactly that. But alas those pics of Bane prove this claim completely false. Either Nolan failed to make him like that or he was exaggerating in his statements.I strongly believe it is the former. I am sure Hardy will kill it with his performance,he already did a fine job in a similar role in Bronson,but "the biggest physical threat" he is not.


Bane WILL be the "most physically imposing threat that Batman had ever faced" ... Because everyone else relied on thugs and ideas to beat him.

Nov. 22, 2011, 2:10 p.m. CST
TDKR story married to Bane's origin with Talia at the end I'm betting.
by Boober
This "Bane" even looks like the lead gangster in TDKR.

what does "the most physically imposing threat ever" mean? bigger dick than Batman? will they measure their dicks and Batman will burst into cries because he has a baby dick compared to Bane's? i dont know i am asking.

Nov. 22, 2011, 3 p.m. CST
killik : Guess it all depends on what you consider imposing ...
by GINGE_MUPPET
If I came face to face with a very bulked up Hardy in full Bane costume I think he would come across as VERY physically imposing despite the fact I'm about 2 inches taller ... plus his character seems to be highly trained in various fighting styles ... You seem to be basing everything on actual height which is a mistake ... This Bane seems to be more of a pitbull, a tank ... Who would you have chosen for the role??

wasn't he left hanging.. literally?

Hardy actually has a tattoo like the one you describe. They must have not covered it up yet and someone took a photo.

Nov. 22, 2011, 3:20 p.m. CST
Aaron Eckhardt isn't in the movie, but if they hold up his picture he still gets paid.
by jawsfan
Gotta love unions.

Nov. 22, 2011, 3:27 p.m. CST
Caption for Pic 3: "SUP?!! C'MON YOU PUSSY! I'LL FUCK YOU UP YOU BATFAGGOTMOTHERFUCKER! 'SCO, BITCH!"
by AzulTool

This is what he's saying. XD http://tinyurl.com/72fg4so

Nov. 22, 2011, 3:41 p.m. CST
Caption for Pic 2: I RIPPED THIS PICTURE OFF OF THE WALL OF A SUPERCUTS, BECAUSE THIS GUY IS DREAMY. ALSO, MY BELT BUCKLE IS IN DOLBY. THANK YOU, CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BRIDE AND GROOM.
by AzulTool

you freaks are LOVING these pics. ADMIT IT. NOW!

And your presumablyFaithNoMoreinspired screen name only adds to the quality.

and i am not bashing based on height but based on bulkiness. Check the first pic with Bane in this topic.You see how they try to amplify his muscular pose through the proper use of lighting? that's deliberate, they do want us to think that BANE is some kind of a huge fighter,ready to tear Batman apart.After all that's what his comic counterpart is. But then you look the other 2 pics taken from the movie and Bane suddenly stops to look that impressive. My opinion? get ready for a lot of very dark and quick edited action choreographs in TDKR.Bane fighting Batman in the batcave is NOT a coincidence.it's a way for Nolan to have the chance to use the same lightning tricks in order to make a "physically imposing threat". you can take that hint from the 3rd pic.

I have a feeling when we see him on screen everything will make sense ... All the production photos from the movie have looked weak so far (Batman looks terrible in fan photos) but it all seems to come together on the screen. I think the nature of Banes costume hides some of Hardy's mass ... rumour is he is bigger here than he was in Bronson (and he was huge in Bronson) ... but bottom line, anyone hoping for a MONSTER Bane WILL be disappointed.

Rhhhhhashhhhahhlghuulishdhhheaaaadddd

Even the lit and framed studio footage could still be postprocessed with some of the video body morphing tech going around. I'm wondering if they'll do some of that with Bane once he starts overdosing on Venom.

Nov. 22, 2011, 8:21 p.m. CST
People thinking Nolan will/should use CGI for Bane make me laugh
by Jarrete Barnett
He's already shot down the notion of overusing CGI in his films a million times over. Nor does Tom Hardy need it. Bane is never going to (nor should he) look identical to the comic books when dealing with a liveaction film adaptation. They should be grateful that Hardy got as ripped as he did for the film. Bane doesn't need to be a 300 lbs, disproportionate freak just to be a physical threat to Bale's Batman. Get over it.

Nolan never once confirmed Bane was using "Venom" in this film, anyway.

They hauled his ass off to Arkham Asylum. It's important to the comic that Arkham has a revolving door where the Joker and everyone else can waltz in and out at will like the fucking Hogan's Heroes but that's not how Nolan's universe works.

Nov. 22, 2011, 9:10 p.m. CST
It is NO LONGER a day of mourning as DREAD CENTRAL has released EW PROMETHEUS pics. We've been given an extension on life.
by Darth_Kong

Bruce Wayne blew up the League of Shadows in Batman Begins? Possible?

Nov. 22, 2011, 10:19 p.m. CST
If they filmed this in Detroit it would just end up being a Robocop remake. Still, I'd buy it for a dollar.
by TheBigLeBronski

not when even a bunch of wild dogs can beat the crap out of Batman.hohehohahehoha.

Nov. 23, 2011, 1:18 a.m. CST
They did a faithful depiction of Bane in a little movie called Batman & Robin
by Phategod2
Remember how that turned out?

Nolan used CGI to do hallucination effects in Begins. Dumb shit.

Nov. 23, 2011, 10:23 a.m. CST
Before the New 52, Batman was around for 12 years
by RedLeaderStandingBy
So, I guess, with the 8 years gap, we`ll be able to see NolanBatman at his prime.

Nov. 23, 2011, 11:26 a.m. CST
Phategod, Batman & Robin was not faithful representation of Bane at all
by Autodidact
The costume was faithful, and looked stupid. They totally threw out Bane's character though, and treated the character as raging sidemuscle. The thing that makes Bane a worthy nemesis is he can not only kick Batman's ass but also beat him strategically and tactically.

Even in hallucination sequences, I doubt Bane will be depicted as a roidedout, disproportionate cartoon character in scenes where he's confronting Batman. Prick.

Nov. 23, 2011, 4:56 p.m. CST
Its depressing how many on here are crying about Bane not being 7ft' tall and 500lbs ...
by GINGE_MUPPET
His character is so much more than that ... and Nolan knows it.

Bane takes on the guise of the Mutant Leader. Just tossing in the intelligent aspect of Bane into the overanimated Leader character would work. Nolan knows how to play the game, leaving shit up like this could just be his own way of smoke screening the masses and letting them create a buzz without really having to work at it. If it is legit though, the 8 year gap, then it could mish mash up a number of story arcs into one really solid finale. The Dark Future/No Man's Land style of a world without Batman. The 'mutant' gang could just be a collection of uniform factions similar to No Man's Land and even the Arkham City game. Easy way to throw in random references to other prominent Batman villains without even giving them screen time. In the last few films we already got shittons of references to pinnacle Batman story arcs. Killing Joke, Long Halloween/Dark Victory, Son of the Demon. What I like about Nolan is he doesn't retread material, he takes the emotional impact of them and interlaces it into his own stories. Unlike this bullshit in the current line of DC comics where you, once again, have fucking Batman going into alternate dimensions, bringing back Jason Fucking Todd, and otherwise boring story writing he is going back to what made the character great. I'm hoping he even throws in a bit of the Catwoman that grew out of the Year One/Sister's Keeper/Long Halloween arcs but using the Hush outfit (about the only good thing about that Hugo Strange ripoff character). From a long long Batman reader (I even voted via call in to kill Jason), I have been impressed with what Nolan has accomplished thus far and have faith he'll go a few steps further. Part of me hopes that the Dent reference in one photo is about how Dent never died, he's stuck in Arkham as TwoFace (the cops LIED to us!). I want to see Arkham, a true blue one, just a kick cam of random names and villains poking their heads out. Maybe even Ledger's laugh in the distance. Killing off villains was what tarnished Burton's 'attempts'. Batman can never fully triumph, he's just a man in a suit trying to keep the dam from breaking.

All these whiney fanboys bleating on about Keaton. Hilarious! I mean really?

Rather strongly put, but very accurate.

Nope that last comment was not meant to go there. Was regarding mariusxe very accurate description of Keaton/Burton endeavor. I fucked up 'cause I'm new here. Fact.

Nope, that comment was not meant to go there. Was regarding mariusxe description of Burton/Keaton. Fucking noobs eh?

Fact.

Look, I know that Tom Hardy is a great actor. I know that he can act imposing and I know that he'll do a good job in this film but I don't look at him in any of these photos and think "yep, that's Bane". Bane needs to tower over Batman, Bane needs to make Batman look tiny and insignificant. Bane needs to be an intimidating presence every time he's on the screen. Hardy can act all that but physically, he is not that at all. I've said it before but I honestly think that The Rock would've made a great Bane. He's a hulk of a man with definite screen presence and given the right film and director, I'm sure he'd be able to step up in the acting department. It's not that I think Hardy won't capture the character of Bane but physically, he's just not Bane and unfortunately physicallity is extremely important to this character.

Hardy's Bane looks very intimidating to me and remember through camera angles even tiny actors can be made to look much bigger than they are. Actually, my biggest issue is that, from the onset pics I have seen, Catwoman wears highheels. Why would a woman who does dangerous things where highheels? Isn't this supposed to be realistic? I think Catwoman fights the good fight while Batman is out of the picture, then teams up with Batman eventually.

Nov. 26, 2011, 11:52 a.m. CST
I thought this movie was going to take place in the wild west...
by ethan
Kinda like a prequel. Kinda like back to the future 3.
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