July 14, 2008 09:26:48 GMT
District Attorney Harvey Dent sits down with Gotham Tonight's Mike Engel to talk about Batman and his controversial move in dealing with corrupt cops.
This coming Friday on July 18, the highly anticipated "The Dark Knight" will be available in theaters across the country. But before the film goes out for public viewing, Gotham Cable News have provided fans with a latest episode of Gotham Tonight highlighting on District Attorney Harvey Dent's interview.
The video displays Dent sitting down with Gotham Tonight's Mike Engel to discuss about the controversial matters circulating around him as the "White Knight" of Gotham City and his involvement with Batman. On the occasion, he defends Batman by stating that the work done by the dark hero benefited the entire city. He also speaks out about Jonathan Crane, fears of a new outbreak of Fear Toxin and many else.
Besides this video interview with Dent, other videos coming out that is related to "Dark Knight" unearth a special look inside the new Batman movie. The videos are presented by HBO First Look and can be enjoyed below.
Following the story of Batman as he tries to bring down the organized crime in Gotham City, "Dark Knight" presents Batman in his vulnerable moment when he is being pushed to the limit by one of his insane foes, Joker. Directed by Christopher Nolan, the Warner Bros. Pictures stars Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Aaron Eckhart and Maggie Gyllenhaal.
Gotham Tonight Interview With Harvey Dent:
HBO First Look - Part One:
HBO First Look - Part Two: