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While the midnight screening tickets are sold for $150 each in Los Angeles, they are also sold by a scalper for $114 each in New York.
Insisting that he wouldn't direct more Caped Crusader movie after 'The Dark Knight Rises', Nolan claims, 'I don't want to hold anything back.'
The 'Dark Knight Knight Rises' helmer claims that if he finally decides to direct a 007 film, 'it would have to be the right situation and the right time in their cycle of things.'
The lead actor, who once shared screen with the Joker depicter, appears to get choked up when remembering his late co-star after 'The Dark Knight Rises' footage is screened.
Catwoman being interrogated by John Blake and Bane spreading chaos in Gotham are just some of the new scenes offered in the footage, which was shown at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards.
Admitting that he at first hesitated to include Catwoman in his final Batman film, director Chris says that he finally decided to present the character as a 'hard-edged kind of criminal.'
Although calling Ledger's performance as The Joker 'brilliant,' Hardy doesn't want to be compared to the late actor as claiming, 'I'm not trying to be better than somebody else.'
Additionally, a secret Catwoman poster has been uncovered, featuring the heroine's towering high heels stepping on a broken Batman symbol.
The bulky terrorist leader is backed by a massive amount of armed thugs, while the Caped Crusader only has a couple of cops supporting him.
Batman, Catwoman and Bane get two different dark-themed posters each which present them standing tall under the rain.
Tom Hardy opens up about the challenge of wearing Bane's mask, Christian Bale dishes on Batman's constant pain, while Anne Hathaway discusses Catwoman's self-centric ethics.
Whedon says he would support Christopher Nolan's final Batman film, stating, 'Whatever TDKR does on its first weekend, the only stat that matters to me is the ticket I'm definitely buying.'