The young officer asks James Gordon about the disappearance of the Caped Crusader following the Harvey Dent case, but the commissioner seems to be reluctant to answer.
In less than two weeks before it opens nationwide, "The Dark Knight Rises" finally unveils its first ever clip. Instead of focusing on Batman, Bane or Catwoman, the newly-released snippet highlights an interrogative chit-chat between Joseph Gordon-Levitt's John Blake and Gary Oldman's Commissioner Gordon.
Blake seems to have a great curiosity about Batman and aims to find out more about the figure by asking Gordon. "It's about that night, this night, 8 years ago when Dent died, the last confirmed sighting of The Batman. He murders those people, takes down two SWAT teams, kills Dent and then he just...vanishes?" the young officer seriously asks, to which Gordon reluctantly replies, "I'm not hearing a question son..."
To open in the U.S. on July 20, "The Dark Knight Rises" will take place eight years after the Harvey Dent case in "The Dark Knight". Terrorist leader Bane arrives in Gotham City, pushing it and its police force to their limits, as well as forcing Batman to resurface after taking the fall for Dent's crimes. Returning as the Caped Crusader is Christian Bale.
The much awaited superhero movie is also supported by Tom Hardy as Bane, Anne Hathaway as Catwoman, Marion Cotillard as Miranda Tate, Michael Caine as Alfred Pennyworth, and Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox.