Filmed at Heinz Field stadium, the scene sees Tom Hardy's villainous character delivering his message to the citizens of Gotham before a hostage is brought to him.
Bane delivering his speech was apparently one of "The Dark Knight Rises" scenes which were filmed at Heinz Field on Saturday, August 6. In a spoilery on-set video taken during the production, the nemesis of Batman is captured from far-range shot wearing his mask and coat in the middle of the stadium.
Bane reportedly addressed his message to the audience of the Gotham City Rogues football game. At one point, a person held hostage is brought out before he kneels in front of Bane. The video is cut after Bane allegedly asks the name of the hostage.
The production also involved thousands of extras who posed as audience. In between takes, Tom Hardy who plays Bane was said awarding lucky fans with prizes while he was still wearing Bane's outfit minus the coat.
Members of the Pittsburgh Steelers were also billed to take part in the weekend filming. "From what I've heard, it's going to be like a pre-game, warming-up type thing," quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said when revealing his scheduled participation in the movie.
"The Dark Knight Rises" has been said to be the last Batman film from director Christopher Nolan. Christian Bale reprises his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in this action movie, which is due July 20, 2012 in the United States.