Batman's New Flying Vehicle in 'Dark Knight Rises' Revealed


Batman's New Flying Vehicle in 'Dark Knight Rises' Revealed


Attached to what looks like a go-kart, the vehicle is similar to a camouflaged Tumbler in the design and color departments.

A brand new picture taken from Pittsburgh, where "The Dark Knight" is currently shooting, has just landed online. The image features a never-before-seen vehicle which is rumored to be a new elaborate version of Batwing.

The mobile indeed is attached to some sort of go-kart to make it look like a flying car. It has a design and color in similar vein to a camouflaged Tumbler which was spotted numerous times during the filming in the city since the past few weeks.

Along with the picture of a new vehicle, an on-set footage of the movie hit the web. It features Joseph Gordon-Levitt filming a scene in snow-covered set. Wearing a warm coat, the depicter of John Blake is seen walking across the street after Tumbler drives away.

Rumor that Batman has a new vehicle has circled around the web for quite some time. At first, it was reported that the superhero would fly a plane, but a Batcopter was later mentioned as his new ride. Back then, it's said the vehicle was built from two attack helicopters in the same design as the Bat Mobile.

A sequel to 2008's "The Dark Knight", this movie is planned for summer 2012 release. Christian Bale reprises his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman, and Christopher Nolan returns to directing seat. Tom Hardy is booked to tackle villainous Bane, and Anne Hathaway is added to portray Selina Kyle/Catwoman.

How Anne looks like as Catwoman in the movie has been revealed in an official still which shows her wearing a skintight black jumpsuit and googles. The new look at the thief feline drew mixed reactions from fans, but the actress shrugged it off.

"I was not going to admit it: I asked someone to send me a few reactions [to the photo], and I happen to know that MTV's reaction was 'meh'," she shared. "What I am happy to say is, if you didn't like the photo, you only see about a 10th of what that suit can do. And if you did like the photo, you have excellent taste."

On-set footage featuring Batwing:



On-set footage featuring Joseph Gordon-Levitt:



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  •  
    Norm
    Aug 13, 2011

    Very,very cool. Could a Batarang be far behind?

  •  
    mcq3111
    Aug 12, 2011

    I saw the Bat aircraft chasing the big Soviet-looking military truck in downtown today.

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