Details of 'Dark Knight Rises' Six-Minute Prologue Leaked
It has been reported by Slash Film that Warner Bros. Pictures will attach a six-minute prologue of "The Dark Knight Rises" to the IMAX release of "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol" in December. Following the news, Official "The Dark Knight Rises" Community on Facebook has obtained details about the possible scene in the prologue.
A user named Luke Ford claimed that [SPOILER ALERT!] the scene is set in a prison in India where Bane tells another prisoner that something is coming for him. Suddenly, a massive amount of ninjas attack the prison and they fight with the guards who have bullied Bane. The leader of the ninjas sets Bane free and says that the ninjas know Bane's DNA makes him impervious to pain. Bane then befriends the ninjas. After the epic battle scene, the credits rolls with the Bat symbol rising through flames.
The latest Batman movie is currently still in production. Words are, director Christopher Nolan plans to shoot the movie in New York City, where the "Occupy Wall Street" protests take place. According to L.A. Times, Nolan and his crew will be filming in the city for 14 days, starting October 29 under the code name of "Magnus Rex".
To open in U.S. theaters on July 20, 2012, "Dark Knight Rises" has previously taken principal photography in Jodhpur, India as well as Pittsburgh and Los Angeles. Christian Bale reprises his role as the Caped Crusader, while Tom Hardy tackles the role of Bane. Anne Hathaway, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman and Joseph Gordon-Levitt also support the movie.
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