‘Dark Knight Rises’ sets IMAX record plus new posters and Catwoman photos


One of the biggest films this summer is “The Dark Knight Rises”, which is the last Batman film by Christopher Nolan behind the camera. This weekend offered tons of updates and new promotional items for the film.

Warner Bros. confirmed that the third and final trailer for the film will be attached to “The Avengers” (which opens May 4th), but according to WhatCulture!, there will also be a series of new posters.

Warner Bros will be kick-starting the final phases of big marketing for the movie and a series of posters will also hit with the trailer. This will likely include character banners of Batman, Catwoman and Bane, with big billboard artwork reveals also likely.

The film has garnered attention over the weekend after the Wall Street Journal quoted Christopher Nolan and announced that “Dark Knight Rises” will set an IMAX record with footage.

It will contain the most IMAX footage ever for a Hollywood feature, more than one hour’s worth. There were 40 minutes of such footage in 2008’s “The Dark Knight”…

Shockya may have offered the best surprise for Batman fans, posting a few new set photos from the Pittsburgh shoot.

Anne Hathaway is featured in her full Catwoman costume and the batpod.

“The Dark Knight Rises” arrives in theaters July 20th, 2012.


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