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Anne Hathaway gears up for her third round as host, with musical guest Rihanna on SNL this Saturday
Before playing Chris Nolan’s sadly uninspired angry and bitter version of Selina Kyle, Anne Hathaway sparkled with life and energy whenever she appeared as herself. Her promos for her third time hosting Saturday Night Live are strangely off-kilter and lacking in magic. We hope it returns soon, before she begins promoting her role as Fantine in Les Miserables.
The first TV spots for have debuted for The Dark Knight Rises Christopher Nolan’s third and final installment of his Batman trilogy, starring Christian Bale (Batman/Bruce Wayne), Anne Hathaway (Selina Kyle/Catwoman), Tom Hardy (Bane), Gary Oldman, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and other Nolan alums Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard, to be released by Warner Bros. July 2012
In this, the second official TV Spot, we get a better look at the flying tumbler and Anne Hathaway in full Catwoman gear, but even naughtier and more splendid as Selina Kyle. Eight years after Batman took the fall for Two Face’s crimes, a new terrorist leader, Bane overwhelms Gotham’s finest, and the Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that brands him an enemy.
The Dark Knight Rises is Christopher Nolan’s third and final installment of his Batman trilogy, starring Christian Bale (Batman/Bruce Wayne), Anne Hathaway (Selina Kyle/Catwoman), Tom Hardy (Bane), Gary Oldman, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and other Nolan alums Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard, to be released by Warner Bros. July 2012
ArcLight sat down with TDKR’s Gary Oldman to talk about his Oscar-nominated performance in the remake of 1974 British spy thriller Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, where he appeared with Dark Knight Rises co-star Tom Hardy and an all-star cast. As the first novel of John le Carre’s “Karla Trilogy,” this new film installment that may spawn a new franchise.
courtesy of Arclight Cinema
Best known to Gotham-watchers as Commissioner Gordon in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, Oldman will be seen next in the third and final installment, The Dark Knight Rises, starring Christian Bale (Batman/Bruce Wayne), Anne Hathaway (Selina Kyle/Catwoman), Tom Hardy (Bane), Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and other Nolan alums Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard, to be released by Warner Bros. July 2012
The Dark Knight Rises Gary Oldman’s “Out of Character” portrait as Oscar Nominee
Interview: Gary Oldman
TDKR’s Gary Oldman Oscar nom for Tinker Tailor
Profile: Gary Oldman is Commissioner Gordon in The Dark Knight Rises
SET VIDEO: Bruce Wayne and that new Lambo arriving at a party in Dark Knight Rises | Shockya.com #TDKR
Not really spoilers, we knew Bruce Wayne had a new Lamborghini and it was a good bet he wouldn’t leave it sitting in the driveway. Still, for those who can’t get enough of the grainy location videos, here is Gotham’s most notorious playboy arriving at a party.
Watch some very cool new behind the scenes videos from the upcoming film “The Dark Knight Rises” from director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Inception, Memento) stars Christian Bale (Batman Begins, Terminator Salvation, The 13 Women of Nanjing), Anne Hathaway (The Devil Wears Prada, Get Smart, Alice in Wonderland, The Silver Linings Playbook), Tom Hardy (Inception, RocknRolla, Bronson), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Elektra Luxx, 3rd Rock from the Sun), Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption, The Dark Knight, Se7en), Gary Oldman (The Professional, The Fifth Element) and Michael Caine (Cars 2, Gnomeo & Juliet, Inception, Harry Brown).
HitFix.com is previewing an interview with The Dark Knight Rises star (and Nolan-alum from another spoilerific movie Inception) Joseph Gordon-Levitt tomorrow which briefly addresses “Obsessive online Spoilerage.” The article particularly references youtubes of Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway as Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle getting into a cab, and Gordon-Levitt himself walking on a snow-covered street in Pittsburgh, making a big deal about the online furor. Except there is no actual spoilerage IN those videos, so one is left to wonder what the heck they’re talking about, unless it is just to stir the pot further.
“It’s cool that people are excited about the movie. I’m excited about the movie. And I would be really excited if I weren’t in it. I get why people are interested. But sometimes it can be a little weird because we try really hard to get the details right and make a great experience for the audience. And then when other shots that aren’t, like, how we want to present them, or shots that we wouldn’t want to be presented to the audience sort of get out there, it can be a little, ‘Oh well.’ The truth is I feel like audience members will probably enjoy the movie a lot more if they avoid those types of spoilers.”
The diplomatic answer.
Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight Rises, Catwoman’s Goggles, and an Offer You Can’t Refuse | Blogcritics
Christian Bale on set video from The Dark Knight Rises #TDKR
First Look video: Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the set of The Dark Knight Rises #TDKR
Los Angeles is very different from Pittsburgh. In Pittsburgh, snow isn’t unusual, a hollywood movie is. In LA, they’re as excited about the snow as they are about previewing a stunt from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises
A shot from the upcoming Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises. A truck crashed from an upper level road to a lower level road. This shot took several days of onsite setup to create. The crew turned Los Angeles in September to Gotham in winter. Was awesome to see snow in LA.
The Dark Knight Rises starring Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, et al comes out in July 2012 from Warner Bros.
Bloggers and social networks aren’t as quick to note the contribution of a movie composer like Hans Zimmer. He may not be as telegenic as Leonardi di Caprio in Inception or Christian Bale and Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, nor is his contribution to a musical movie like the Lion King as flashy as Elton John’s, but at least one blogger noted his birthday yesterday with a suitable tribute.
One of the most important things in a movie is not the script, not the acting, but the score. One of the best composers in the business today was born in West Germany 54 years ago and has been working in film for the last 28. He has scored some great films with amazing score. He has scored: Driving Miss Daisy, Thelma & Louise, The Lion King, Mission Impossible II, The Dark Knight, Sherlock Holmes, Inception and many other movies in between. Like Akira Kurosawa, if you do not know this Academy Award Winning composer, then stop here, go listen to his scores and come back and agree with this post. May I honour, Hans Zimmer.
Here are some songs from his soundtracks: