Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
^ It also looks like Bruce's car is being towed away.
It coincides with the rumors that Wayne Enterprises gets into financial trouble in the film. Perhaps Bruce Wayne's assets are seized. There was video footage earlier in the year showing Bruce Wayne arriving at Wayne Manor in a taxi being unable to enter his house.
Isn't that the same car he uses to save the accountant in the street scene when Gordon doesn't know who the dirty cops are in TDK?
It's a new model Lamborghini Aventador
I'd have laughed at her and carried on. They can't stop you taking pictures in public surely?
The police can't stop you from taking pictures in a public place but I private entity can stop you from taking pictures of something of theirs.
this is hilarious . . . if you don't want people to see stuff early, don't film in public
Yeah, there's pretty much no way to keep things real secret if you film in public. And going by all of the stuff leaking from this, I really wonder how hard they're trying to keep things a secret. If you ask me they should just embrace all of the leaked stuff, because all it has done (at least for me) is raise the anticipation level.
50 to 60 people alone probably whipped out their cellphones for filming of the football stadium scene
As mentioned before in this thread "The Dark Knight Rises" must be the most pubic of all the three films in terms of it's principal photography. I know JacksonArcher is happy he made it to Pittsburgh but it must be killing him that it is not primarily in Chicago
I love that Trump Tower scene and the 'rises' thing.
Samurai8472, the organizers behind the Pittsburgh football scene explicitly told us not to take pictures, but people of course took pictures and videos. If I had known that security was going to be lax in that department, I would have brought my camera!
Admiral_Young, I am very happy that I made it to Pittsburgh, and I have been pretty bummed that production hasn't primarily taken place in Chicago. Of course, I'll still fondly remember stalking the production on an almost daily basis in the summer of 2007 for The Dark Knight.
I am contemplating visiting New York to visit the shoot one last time, but we'll see how things pan out.
Jonathan Nolan gives away very little about TDKR, other than to say it's bittersweet:
Bitter sweet is an interesting descriptive word but from everything that we've seen along with the rumours, it would seem to be accurate. I'm pumped. Can't wait for Dec.
Did you guys actually read the article? Jonathan Nolan says that to be at the end of nearly a decade of working on this series is bittersweet, not that the tone of the movie is such.
^ Sorry, I did mean to say that working on it is a bittersweet experience but I'm basically lazy!
Doh! Stupid article title...Timby is right. He actually doesn't say anything about the movie it's self only about working on it.
The film itself is merely bitter.
Not a fan?
Haven't seen it.
New York set photos
Most random set photo ever
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