A set picture featuring Batman being hung low with crowds flocking around has popped up on the net.
Obviously will raise the degree of curiosity surrounding "The Dark Knight", a set picture of the highly-anticipated project shockingly showing Batman being hung has surfaced online on Ain't It Cool News as pictured on the bottom.
The photo no doubt heightens the mystery about the flick's story while inevitably will prompt a number of questions in the minds of most Batman fans: What did the Caped Crusader do to receive such punishment? Is the figure hung really our hero himself or just anything else? And why would a lynch mob target him?
Surely has become one of the most-talked-about movies to come, "Knight" is the follow-up to 2005's "Batman Begins" in the revitalized superhero franchise and the first Batman film to not put the name "Batman" in the title. The role of the Joker was said to draw the interest of Robin Williams, Lachy Hulme, Paul Bettany, and Adrien Brody before it was finally given to Heath Ledger.