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Bootleg Photos of 'Dark Knight' Expose Two Face for Real

July 9, 2008, 3:18 am GMT

After a series of teasing footages and pictures of Two Face could not really give idea about the future villain, a number of cut out images from 'Dark Knight' revealed exactly how he looks like.



For months, reports coming from the forthcoming summer blockbuster "The Dark Knight" have literally made fans ecstatic with the so-called footages of Batman's ally turned foe, Two Face. And, throughout those period of time, the reports proved to be misleading putting fans in great disappointments. But, now, fans can rejoice as a number of Two Face's pictures leaked out.

Appeared to be cut out directly from the movie, the images display the horrible look of District Attorney Harvey Dent after half of his face was disfigured. Three of four photos expose Dent laying on hospital bed with a gruesome face while Joker stands beside him admiring his work on Dent. Another bootleg image let out Two Face standing behind a bar counter with a liquor in his left hand. All of Two Face pictures can be seen at Photobucket.com (Sorry, the pictures have been removed!).

Reuniting once again the actor and director team behind "Batman Begins", Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan, "Dark Knight" follows another story of the bat-themed superhero as he tries to rule in justice in Gotham. Gathering support from Lieutenant Jim Gordon and District Attorney Dent, he sets out to bring down the organized crime. But, to his surprise, his new enemy is not an ordinary criminal, he is a psychotic Joker who is able to force Batman to the edge.

The Warner Bros.' tidbit also stars Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman and others. It is ready to blow out the theaters on July 18.

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