Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
^ I know.
It will. I know two people who already have a copy due to that press screening earlier this week.
Recorded from cell phones?
I haven't personally seen it, so I cannot say. Point is, its gonna get leaked.
Image leeched from ComingSoon.net; link removed. Do not leech images from other websites. -Timby
It most likely will be leaked or show up online. The Dark Knight prologue got leaked pretty quickly or was online shortly after it premièred. Expect it on Monday would be my guess. I believe I read as well that the trailer attached to "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" is going to be online the following Monday.
@Captaindemotion...whatever you posted didn't show up!
^Here's the link to where Captaindemotion was trying to go....
Yeah the awesome new one sheet. I thought as much. Here is another link as well...
I think "The Legend Ends" is kind of weak and generic.
Besides, the legend never ends.
"The Legend Ends" juxtaposed with "The Dark Knight Rises" is intriguing though.
Yet it works with the context of Bane trying to wreck Bruce's legacy as well with the title.
Your image didn't show up because you leeched it from ComingSoon instead of rehosting it on your own space or an image provider. Do not do this.
There were a couple of interesting comments for that image. Nolan never tooks the comics literally, for example. Bane breaking Batman's back probably won't be physical, but financial.
Most fans have thought mental as well, since Nolan loves exploring psychology in his films. Nolan may not have taken a literal translation from the comics but he's definitely taken inspiration from them and used them as source material.
I love that poster. It goes up there with the Spidey one as one of the best posters in a long time.
They make Batman...comics?
Shocking isn't it
I can't contain my excitement.
Sorry. I didn't know you couldn't to this.
This message board forcing you to essentially steal content to host it on your own webspace is nothing new. Which is funny, because inline linking does not violate copyright law, rehosting does.
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