The latest Batman movie starring Christian Bale is nearing its release date and with that in mind, a video footage containing the first five minutes of the much awaited superhero film was outed.
In about two weeks time, the latest Batman movie "The Dark Knight" will be available in the theaters across the country since it has been scheduled to be released on July 18. But, before counting down time strike zero, a very long video footage from the action movie has leaked out exposing many spoilers.
Showing the first five minutes of the "Batman Begins" sequel, the video displays firstly Gotham City skyline which is dominated by towering glass buildings. As the shot comes nearer and nearer to one of the buildings, a glass window is shattered. Behind it are two clown-masked men preparing to make their way to the building across the street. Following that, the footage continues showing another man holding a clown mask being picked up by a van. All of them then storm into a bank under Joker's instruction.
"Dark Knight" starring a slew of A-list stars, including Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart and Maggie Gyllenhaal centers its story on the battle inside Batman which is made worse with the terror let out at Gotham by psychotic criminal mastermind Joker. The superhero flick scripted by Jonathan Nolan is once again directed by Christopher Nolan for Warner Bros. Pictures.
"The Dark Knight" First Five Minutes: