While The Dark Knight Rises had some flaws, we really did enjoy it and thought it was a fantastic close to a fantastic superhero trilogy.
Even though the movie was already long at 164 minutes (we could have watched 184), one thing we thought that could have used some more screen time was Bane's backstory. However, if Christopher Nolan releases a director's cut on DVD, then we might get our wish.
Costume designer Lindy Hemming revealed that there was a lot about the character's past that was shot, but (unbeknownst to her since she hadn't seen the movie yet) ultimately cut in the editing room.
Check out what secrets she told GQ … AFTER THE JUMP!
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After the success of The Dark Knight Rises, which featured Tom Hardy as baddie Bane, we have a feeling that a lot of people will be curious to see Lawless.
A new poster for the prohibition-era crime drama has been released and it only intrigues us more!
Plus, it feels like it's been forever since we've seen Shia LaBeouf do anything except get naked in a music video. Maybe he'll let Mr. Hardy go full frontal this time…ha!
Still haven't seen or heard too much about this upcoming flick? Click here for a clip and here to watch the trailer!
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CAUTION: NERDGASM AHEAD!
Appropriate screen and keyboard protection required past this point!
You probably don't remember this, but ten years and about a hundred pounds of muscle ago, Tom Hardy was the scrawny philosophical villain in Star Trek: Nemesis!
Yeah, that Tom Hardy.
Don't believe us?
Ch-Ch-Check the super-sweet clip of big bad Bane from Dark Knight Rises squaring off against Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the U.S.S. Enterprise (above)!!
Tom and Patrick Stewart are both brilliant British thespians and the powerful acting in this gem of a find reflects that!
Seriously! First this screen test will blow your mind. Then it will swallow. And it won't even try and kiss you after!!
In the immortal words of Captain Picard, "engage!"
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To call Rush Limbaugh's most recent controversial comment berserk is an understatement — it's batsh*t cray cray! And quite literally too.
The conservative radio host went out on a limb on Tuesday and implied that Christopher Nolan decided to include the character of Bane in The Dark Knight Rises so that Mitt Romney would lose the upcoming election.
You see, Romney made his fortune through his private equity firm, Bain Capitol, which is now under heavy media scrutiny because of his political campaign. In his reaching rant, Limbaugh describes the matter as a "make-believe controversy," but he continues to make up an UNBELIEVABLE controversy himself. Here's what he said about the movie and his theory:
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Any Dark Knight Rises trailer is a good trailer, but the newest (above) is especially good!
Not only does it give us a glimpse of some sweet new footage, but it takes a nice little stroll down memory lane by using clips from Batman Begins and The Dark Knight.
We know U probably thought your anticipation for the epic conclusion to Christopher Nolan's trilogy had reached its limit, but you were wrong.
Christian Bale's journey as Batman ends (maybe) on July 20 and we can't wait to see how!
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