Though Batman appears not to be in his finest condition, the Gotham vigilante refuses to surrender to his archenemy as saying, 'I'm not afraid, I'm angry.'
Warner Bros. Pictures has revealed another intense trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises". The new promotional footage is studded with action scenes that show Bane's brutality and how the terrorist leader pushes the Caped Crusader to his limit. Though Bruce Wayne is not in his finest condition, he refuses to surrender to the supervillain. "I'm not afraid, I'm angry," so the protagonist says.
Bane arrives in Gotham city eight years after the infamous Harvey Dent case in "The Dark Knight". Wreaking havoc in the city and pushing its police force to their limits, the antagonist forces Batman to resurface after taking the fall for Dent's crimes.
It has recently been reported that the opening-night tickets for "The Dark Knight Rises" are scalped for up to $100 in several major markets. In New York, the midnight tickets are sold for $114 each on eBay, while in Los Angeles, they are sold for $150 each.
Responding to the phenomenon, a Fandango representative stated that the company's standing policy is that "any ticket re-sold is declared invalid." Though the policy would be difficult to enforce, it should be considered by ticketbuyers before they obtain the ticket from a scalper.
Marking the third and final Caped Crusader movie from Christopher Nolan, "The Dark Knight Rises" will make its way out to cinemas across the U.S. on July 20. It will bring back Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne a.k.a Batman, while Tom Hardy is cast as his archenemy Bane.