Report from Kino.de stated the flick's prologue at "I Am Legend" IMAX screenings will run about five minutes instead of seven minutes as said before.
Seems the recent scoop saying "The Dark Knight" will have its prologue shown during the IMAX screenings of "I Am Legend" is legit. Only that the preview will run about five minutes rather than seven minutes as said before, German website Kino.de has revealed.
In its article translated by Batmovienews.com, Kino.de further informed that the footage would tell us how the Joker becomes the most-dreaded gangster in Gotham. Director Christopher Nolan was noted to remark that it is more like "The Rise of the Joker" than "Joker Begins" as he did not tell how the supervillain turns to be what he is.
Shifting to another topic, the site surprisingly reported that Batman's mask this time has white lenses on the eyes when he turns on the Bat-sonar detection. In addition, it also brought up a bit tidbit saying the Caped Crusader's journey to Hong Kong is to conduct some kind of "gangster hunting."
Meanwhile, Batmovienews.com has learned from SpolierTV that shooting on the highly-anticipated movie apparently is still being carried out in the Battersea Power Station. A couple of dark blue SWAT vans with 'City of Gotham Police Dept' written on the sides were reported to get parked on the site on Sunday, October 21, 2007 while a dark blue helicopter was flying low near the power station. More cars and a long white tent even were spotted on the day after, suggesting filming was continued at the same lot during the day.