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The Dark Knight Rises got a PG-13 rating because of “some sensuality”. But who? What? Where?
Well, this picture from the new book about the making of the trilogy, answers some questions.
Don’t click, if you don’t want to be spoiled.
The official website for The Dark Knight Rises has post an extensive set of production notes — 49 pages. Much of it has been seen before but there is some new things that caught my eye. Of course, some of it may be spoilerrific so click at your own risk!
Empire Magazine has an interview with Anne Hathaway about the The Dark Knight Rises and it includes some insight by the costume designer on how they came up with Selina’s costume. I’m still trying to figure out why a stealthy cat-burglar would need 2 and half inch metal spike heels/weapons (especially since we’ve seen her brandishing a gun in the previews) but interesting none the less:
Who is Miranda Tate? What is her relationship with Bruce Wayne? And what does John Blake have in common with Bruce Wayne?
At an exhibition in Madrid about Christopher Nolan and The Dark Knight Rises they displayed the costumes worn in the movie.
Here’s a look at Catwoman’s boots:
I think those boots look ridiculous; we’ll see how I feel after I see the movie. Here’s a look at the belt and suit:
Those a bit more than thigh high.
Here’s a new set of magnets with Anne Hathaway as Catwoman. She must use those boot heels as weapons — that looks like blood to me.
Empire magazine newest issue is focused on The Dark Knight Rises. So devoted they have two covers including this one:
And inside that magazine are some more pictures of Catwoman which give away at least one rumored plot point and clear up one question about the third trailer.
Remember how I brought you the first look the set of children’s books based on The Dark Knight Rises?
The books are going to be released on June 5 and Harper Collins, the publisher, already has some of the descriptions up for the book and it confirms a plot point.
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