Watch: Third Exciting 'Rise' TV Spot for 'The Dark Knight Rises' Hits

May 28, 2012
Source: TheMovieBox

The Dark Knight Rises TV Spot

Rise… It has begun! Warner Bros has kicked off their marketing surge to countdown the remaining two months left until Christopher Nolan's epic finale The Dark Knight Rises arrives in theaters in late July. Just last week we featured two of the first short, but exciting, TV spots for Nolan's TDKR, now we have one more that I just have to feature, mostly because of the style and Hans Zimmer's incredible score that builds and builds for 30 seconds. But, as Brad from RopeofSilicon reminds us, it's about "time to begin avoiding Dark Knight Rises TV spots" to save the truly epic, incredible experience for theaters. Watch it if you wish!

Watch the third newest official TV spot for The Dark Knight Rises, posted on YouTube:

Eight years after The Dark Knight, the terrorist leader Bane arrives in Gotham City, pushing it and its police force to the limits, forcing its former hero Batman to resurface after taking the fall for Harvey Dent.

The Dark Knight Rises is once again directed by Oscar nominated British filmmaker Christopher Nolan, of Following, Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight and Inception previously. The script was co-written by Christopher & Jonathan Nolan (The Prestige, The Dark Knight), from a story by Chris Nolan & David S. Goyer (of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight). Warner Bros is bringing The Dark Knight Rises to regular and IMAX theaters everywhere July 20th, 2012 this summer. The Legend Ends…

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Can you imagine world without Crime & Pain ... Can dark rainy skies get clear and sunshine cuddle us ... Can we go from The Hell to The Heaven ... Hopeless or Hopeful ? Are this wishes fact or legend ? Hard questions then : Wait & See because Nolan know the answers almost! He going to show us how " The Legend Ends " Dark Knight Rises

Ehsan Davodi on May 28, 2012


 (throws molotov cocktail at ehsan)

redskulllives on May 28, 2012


Why do we fall.......

Steve on May 28, 2012


Am I the only one who hates that flying thing?! I just dont think it belongs in this universe. "this is not a car"...such a cheesy line (I know it is not from this spot). And the football scene looks way off as well. Other than that, looks awesome. And I am crazy about Bane's voice, sounds so f***ing iconic "I am gotham's reckoning"

Ricardo_PT on May 28, 2012


Amen brother! ps - I wrote the same thing in another thread but they deleted it twice! ;P  This cheesy line reminds me of Batman Forever... "Is it about the car? Chicks love the car..." Oh God... Nolan WHY??? 0_o 

Szkari on May 28, 2012


I kind of agree, but I'm waiting to see the film before I pass final judgment. I agree the Bat as it's called looks silly doing flips in the air, but seeing as how the bat pod erupted from the carcus of the tumbler, a flying machine doesn't seem as crazy as I once thought. I just hope it's used in realistic terms, and th flipping and crazy movements are just a mere trailer gimmick and not a part of some pure sky battle that bridges on pure comic book. The line did ruin the final trailers tone, but I forgive it because Dark Knight had it's moments. Shumacher made a mockery of the bat, but that doesn't mean those moments can't exist without coming off as pure stupidity. It does stray into the realm of cheese, but as I said, some lines in Dark Knight were no different. As long as this film is plagued by those moments, I can forgive them.

Andy on May 28, 2012


BB and TDK have their cheesy car jokes as well. "Nice ride." "I've got to get me one of those." And that Lambo/Batpod in the middle of the day not being subtle line from Alfred.

Razor on May 28, 2012



Chiroptera Exsanguination on May 29, 2012


I'm fine with The Bat.  It's a natural evolution, and a staple in the Batman universe to have a flying machine.  After all, the bat is a creature of flight.  Why should The Batman be any different?

Chiroptera Exsanguination on May 28, 2012


Why? Because it looks just stupid from my point of view... Othervise the rest of the footage looks awesome!

Szkari on May 28, 2012


I remember the first official Batman Begins pics and they revealed the Tumbler. Oh boy was there a backlash and negative comments calling it fugly. Yet, that thing blew people's mind during the police chase. The Bat will do the same.

Razor on May 28, 2012


You are right. I hope it will turn out this way:)

Szkari on May 28, 2012


Looks awesome...except that Bale lost some serious muscle. Maybe not being Batman for awhile induces muscle loss.

Chris on May 28, 2012


It looks like Warner doesn't have that much footage too choose from with their marketing... that TV-spot did not get me excited...

Ryderup on May 28, 2012


More of a case I think of them trying to save the best for the movie, without giving away all the best bits in the trailer

Irfy69 on May 28, 2012


Exactly this. The Avengers trailers/spots showed a lot of the final fight...

Razor on May 28, 2012


I remember reading that Nolan screened Blade Runner for the cast while making the first one...The Bat looks like a modified Spinner from that iconic movie...

kitano0 on May 28, 2012


My most anticipated summer 2012 film!

Marc Callado on May 29, 2012


I just pooped.

JL on May 29, 2012

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