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Joseph Gordon-Levitt's 'The Dark Knight Rises' Role Allegedly Revealed

March 21, 2011 (2:14 am) GMT
The 'Inception' actor is rumored to play Alberto Falcone aka The Holiday Killer who is the son of Mafia chieftain Carmine Falcone.

While Warner Bros. Pictures is yet to confirm 's casting in "", a new rumor is swirling around revealing his possible role. Instead of The Riddler or Deadshot as it was reported before, Gordon-Levitt's role according to Variety is Alberto Falcone aka The Holiday Killer.

Alberto is the son of Mafia chieftain Carmine Falcone, who was played by played in "". Alberto is known for killing on holidays and leaving behind a small item representing that holiday at every crime scene.

Variety further states the character would fit with Christopher Nolan's "stated desire for continuity and preference to pit Bruce Wayne against 'realistic' villains, as opposed to cartoonish nemeses such as Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy," who were the villains in Joel Schumacher's 1997 "Batman and Robin".

Filming for "The Dark Knight Rises" is expected to start soon to meet the scheduled July 20, 2012 release date in the U.S. Nolan once again serves as a helmer for his third Batman film, while will reprise his role as Bruce Wayne.

and are added as new cast members to play Selina Kyle and Bane respectively. Additionally, has been recently reported eying to portray a street-smart Gotham girl in the movie.

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