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New 'Dark Knight Rises' Set Footage and Pics: Batman and Bane Brawling in Street Fight

November 7, 2011 (4:44 am) GMT
Meanwhile, some other photos capture Anne Hathaway's Catwoman riding the Batpod in the middle of the street battle scene which is filmed in New York City.

Batman and his nemesis Bane have been caught on tape clobbering each other on the set of "" in New York City. and , who play Batman and Bane respectively, were seen filming the brawl scene on the Big Apple street on Saturday, November 5.

The two actors were spotted punching each other while plenty of extras, who dressed as civilians and cops, were fighting around them. According to onlookers, the scene was supposedly about a battle between Bane's supporters and Gotham cops led by Batman.

Also during the weekend, was spotted filming her scene for the movie in a full costume of Catwoman. She was seen riding the Batpod in the middle of a street fight. Matthew Modine was additionally caught on camera filming the battle scene, donning a Gotham cop attire.

"The Dark Knight Rises" is still in production with "" director Christopher Nolan serving as the helmer. Before shooting in the Big Apple, the highly anticipated superhero film has already taken the principal photography in Jodhpur, India as well as Pittsburgh and Los Angeles.

Warner Bros. Pictures has scheduled to release the movie in U.S. theaters on July 20, 2012. , , , , and are also supporting the film.

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