June 28, 2008 04:28:25 GMT
A series of clips and an eight-minutes video exposing behind-the-scene footage from the upcoming Batman flick have been unearthed.
For those who cannot wait until July 18 to see "The Dark Knight" in theaters, a bunch of clips from the highly anticipated Batman movie have come out and to top it all, an eight-minutes behind-the-scene video has also been outed. Most of the clips contain never before seen footages from the film which may provide spoilers.
Ten out of twelve clips posted below display generally conversations between main characters, including Bruce Wayne with Alfred Pennyworth and with Lucius Fox and Rachel Dawes with Harvey Dent, which give hints to the overall plot. The remaining two provide viewers with action sequences and exploding scenes. Clip 8 in particular is focused on Joker character where he threatens other criminal to work for him or die miserably.
Besides the clips, a behind-the-scene video can also be enjoyed. It literally exposes the behind the scene footages from the filming of "Dark Knight". Comprised of many clips taken during the shooting, the video revealed the stunt works as well as the exploding sequences.
Pairing up once again director Christopher Nolan and "Batman Begins" star Christian Bale, "Dark Knight" tells the story where Batman teams up with Lieutenant Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent to destroy the organized crime in Gotham City, but is faced with a twisted mind of the criminal mastermind Joker. The superhero flick stars also Heath Ledger, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Aaron Eckhart and Maggie Gyllenhaal.