Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
Heheheheh. I could see Bale doing that to Dan.
Twice? Not even Bale is that cruel!
The teaser trailer and poster for The Dark Knight Rises will be available soon! The trailer, which will be about a minute and 33 seconds long, will debut with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, which opens July 15th. The trailer should be online shortly after that, along with the poster.
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I AM SO EXCITED!
This is exciting news indeed.
Sweet! Do we know if the trailer will actually show footage from the movie? I hate it when they promote the teaser for these kinds of movies and all we get is like a logo or just a shot of the main character in a specific pose or something like that.
No idea if we'll be getting footage from the trailer or not. I believe the teaser for "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" showed actual footage so I don't see why Nolan would change things for "The Dark Knight Rises". I'm excited to see the teaser poster as well.
Ok, I couldn't remember what kind of stuff they did for the other two.
Batman Begins teaser
The Dark Knight teaser
Footage for Begins, audio for Dark Knight. I'd forgotten the Dark Knight teaser trailer just had the audio.
I can't wait to see what color scheme they go with. Batman Begins was copper-ish and The Dark Knight was blue/cyan. What will The Dark Knight Rises use?
Orange and teal.
Will it debut online the same weekend as the Potter release?
I'll be one of only a handful of the worlds populace not going to see Potter but I do want to see this teaser trailer.
The logo sheet at the Licensing Expo had a purple hue. So I'm guessing it will be blue-ish purple.
To be fair that was just the promo logo. We'll have to wait and see what the actual color scheme is...I wouldn't be surprised though if it was purple and blue. To think we'll find out in just a few days is exciting.
Anyone notice that whatever color they use it's featured prominently for the majority of the movie
Batman Begins had lots of brownish hues
The Dark Knight was blueish purple
It seems like with alot of the these big trailers, they'll either release them a day or two before it debuts in theaters, or they'll wait and do it sometime during the week after it's debut weekend.
It's not like it was mentioned six posts above you or anything, dude.
I've read that there are some people who are planning to watch the trailer and ditch the theater right afterwards
^ That reminds me of "Wing Commander" when it had "The Phantom Menace" trailer attached. Personally I don't understand that mentality. Seems like a waste of money, especially in the age of the internet.
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