Great 'Dark Knight' Second Official Trailer Available
For those who have patiently waited for the official second trailer of the highly anticipated Batman latest installment, "The Dark Knight", to come out on the net, Warner Bros. Pictures have finally let out the much wanted footage on its website. Taking longer time to view than the first trailer, the second one offers much revealing look into the superhero flick as it exposes Harvey Dent's character for the first time.
Opened with a helicopter shot of Batman posing as stone-gargoyle on top of a building high above Gotham City, the footage continues showing the dark superhero as he leaps from the place he stands. As the trailer goes on, the haunting voice of Joker saying, "Where do we begin?", can be heard on the background and then images of Lieutenant Gordon and lawyer Harvey Dent flash on-screen. Though this trailer still generally focuses on Joker and his mischievous plans, it also give up glimpses of Dent and his important part in the movie.
Teaming up once again "Batman Begins" helmer Christopher Nolan and its star Christian Bale, "Dark Knight" follows Batman as he joins forces with Gotham's authorities to bring justice to his town. This time, he will be facing one of his toughest enemies, Joker, as the maniac clown set loose a terrifying and explosive terror throughout Gotham. The superhero action movie is going to smash its way to the theaters on July 18.
In the meantime, the new trailer can be enjoyed below or on its trailer page at AceShowbiz.
"The Dark Knight" Second Trailer:
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