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Trailer: The Dark Knight Rises’ 3rd Trailer is now available

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The new trailer for The Dark Knight Rises has been released and it looks awesome. This trailer seems to be more story driven and builds to the conflict between Bane and Batman. Take a look for yourself below.

You can really see those well placed scenes that have the Nolan signature on them. The bridge exploding looked amazing and I’m guessing and hoping that the scene is one of the scenes filmed in IMAX. We’re starting to see that Catwoman (AKA Selina Kyle) is more of an ally than a foe but I can’t really see if they’re going to explore a romantic relationship in this film at all. All I can say is WOW, I can’t wait to see this film. And to all of you naysayers out there, I’ve got four words for you, “In Nolan We Trust”.

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  • 3DTVcom

    This trailer looks soo freaking amazing. Cannot wait to see it this summer. Nolan is a master behind the camera and sure to not disappoint. Here’s the trailer in 3D! http://www.3dtv.com/UI/ViewMedia.aspx?MediaID=4921

  • JoshGordon6

    @eWade92 haha I watched it last night #Movieoftheyear

  • JohnDoe

    TDKR will rule the summer and shove The Avengers to 2nd place.

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