The Dark Knight Rises Anticipation Station

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  1. Ancient Mariner

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    The Dark Knight Rider
     
  2. Aragorn

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    Near Dark Knight
     
  3. PsychoPere

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    It's worth checking out. Most of it is quite good. The best part, of course, is that Kevin Conroy returned to voice Batman. :techman:
     
  4. JacksonArcher

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    They wouldn't call it Gotham Knight because it was the animated tie-in.
     
  5. Jetfire

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    Bat Out Of Hell! :evil:

    No? :lol:
     
  6. Owain Taggart

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    A Gotham City Knight.
     
  7. Harvey

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    I'd prefer RISE OF THE DARK KNIGHT, but the title is really incidental. BATMAN BEGINS wasn't that interesting a title, either.

    As much as I like THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, I assume Warner Bros. is holding that title, either for a future adaptation of the Frank Miller story, or because it could be confusing to audiences (there's already a poster here, for example, who continuously refers to the second film as THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS despite constant correction).
     
  8. Saul

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    Yeah, I find it to be a campy title that Joel Schumacher would have used. "The Dark Knight" is well....Dark and stuff...
     
  9. Admiral Buzzkill

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    Nolan's going to shoot it in 2D; I can catch it on television.
     
  10. sidious618

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    Caped Crusader sounds like a Batman porno. Granted, I'd probably end up watching it on a slow night.
     
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  11. Alidar Jarok

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    Caped Crusader is another name for Batman, yes. But Dark Knight Rises actually seems like it'll have something to do with the theme of the movie. Just like the Dark Knight in the last movie got to have that Harvey Dent symbolism (the White Knight/Dark Knight thing). He's the caped crusader because he constantly fights for justice and, err, he has a cape. Yes, it's less repetitive, but it doesn't add anything else.
     
  12. Mr. Adventure

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    It's on a new channel called "The Hub" and they look really terrific on digitial TV.
     
  13. PsychoPere

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    Moviehole reports that Nolan is currently looking for the film's female lead.
     
  14. Admiral_Young

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    Yes I agree that the title has something to do with the theme of the film that Nolan wants to explore. "Batman Begins" had the obvious theme of a beginning, Bruce's journey into becoming Batman, while "The Dark Knight" was his descent into darkness and madness and the acknowledgment that sacrifice was needed in order to accomplish the things he needs to do as Batman in his ongoing war on crime. I assume the third, "The Dark Knight Rises" will touch on Bruce coming out of the darkness and embracing his role as Batman and completing the movie trilogy's cycle.


    @Pyscho Pare yes this was reported last week...and there are heavy rumors that Talia will be in the movie.
     
  15. Mr. Adventure

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    Maybe it'll be about Batman getting a jet pack?
     
  16. Aragorn

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    Maybe he's just horny the entire movie. :)

    How about Stana Katic for Talia? She's already voicing the part for Arkham City.
     
  17. Dream

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    It sucks that Joel Schumacher already used the Batman Forever title for his crapply movie. That would have been the perfect title for this.
     
  18. Agent Richard07

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    ^ And poor Bruce was looking forward to retirement.
     
  19. PsychoPere

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    Ah, okay. I missed that post, then! Talia would make sense, bringing the Nolan films full circle.
     
  20. Skywalker

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    Batman For The Next 30-40 Years, maybe?
     

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