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Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy has been one of the biggest, if not the biggest, superhero trilogy to date. So it’s surprising that it’s taken them this long to put together a collection like this.
This release compiles all the existing special features and includes a whole disc full of new features. The length of these features isn’t specified but judging by the descriptions, they look to be somewhat substantial. The quality of these new features will probably be the deciding factor for many fans wondering if they should double dip. The suggested retail price for this set is $99.97 but it will appear cheaper than that once it becomes available for pre-order. The set will be available for purchase on September 24th.
This new Ultimate Collector’s Edition also comes with some collectables such as art cards by Mondo, a short behind the scenes book, and three Hot Wheels vehicles of the Tumbler, The Batpod, and The Bat.
Check out the full press release which lists all the new special features after the jump!
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- Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen Join X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST [Singer's Twitter]
- Hugh Jackman in talks for X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. [THR]
- New Trailer for KILLING THEM SOFTLY. [collider]
- New 60-Second TV Spots for DJANGO UNCHAINED. [here and here]
- Trailer for BLACK ROCK Starring Kate Bosworth. [yahoo!]
- Christopher Nolan Talks about the Ending of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES and More. [filmcomment]
- Hailee Steinfeld joins Kevin Costner thriller written by Luc Besson. [comingsoon]
- George Clooney and Paul Greengrass team for heist thriller. [variety]
- The First Texas Chainsaw 3D TV Spot Hits. [shocktillyoudrop]
Here’s the new trailer for The Baytown Outlaws
Here is what they call a 90-second sizzle trailer for The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray, highlighting scenes from the film and special features that you will find in the collection. Features will include the documentary on the history of the Batmobile and a 17-featurette in-depth look at the making of the film called Ending the Knight.
Christopher Nolan’s final Batman story completed the trilogy this past summer and for what it’s worth now if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s a great one and shouldn’t be missed.
The Dark Knight Rises will be available on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download on December 4th.
FYI: TDKR reunites Inception stars Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Caine, Marion Cotillard, and Cillian Murphy.
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- Meryl Streep and Hilary Swank join The Homesman written and directed by Tommy Lee Jones. [thewrap]
- A new dwarf poster for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. [image]
- First Poster for DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods. [image]
- Skyfall TV Spot “Fear”. [YouTube]
- Les Misérables TV Spot “Dream”. [YouTube]
- James Bond documentary Everything or Nothing has a clip and two posters. [comingsoon]
- Unseen trailer for Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man featuring webshooters. [slashfilm]
- First look at The Dark Knight Rises box sets. [comicbookmovie]
Warner Bros. has released a trailer for the Blu-ray of The Dark Knight Rises, it’s the same trailer as the theatrical release but the end says to look for the movie on Blu-ray and download. They put a lot of effort into it as you can see. Thank Batman-News for the information.
December 3rd is the date, and as you might have heard on the Internet (typical), there actually WON’T be a director’s cut; people were saying there would be an extra 30 minutes of Bane backstory. We don’t know what special features will be included on the Blu-ray so stay tuned.
I don’t read movie novelizations, period. At least that was my mindset a few days ago. I am not alone when I say, last weekend I went to my local cinema and witnessed one of the most epic motion pictures in recent memory. The Dark Knight Rises lived up to the hype at the box office, and for more information about the movie itself be sure to check out Graham’s review. The cynic in me knows that movie studios will license their rights to anything to make a quick buck, so why not a novelization right?
While The Dark Knight Rises novel is by no means a replacement for the movie, it is a fantastic companion. When sitting in a theater for close to three hours it is easy to miss key pieces of dialogue. For those familiar, this holds especially true in a Christopher Nolan directed film. From Memento to The Prestige, and now to The Dark Knight Rises – the dialogue in his work provides something worth taking a closer look at.
We all know the story, and while that holds up just fine in the novel version, it is not what stuck with me about this book. For me, the dialogue was the most important aspect of The Dark Knight Rises official novelization. As an example, some have complained about the sound of Bane – saying it sounds manufactured like it is coming out of a metal box. While I agree it is a different sound, I found the booming voice to be ominous and well suited. The one problem is that it can be difficult to understand everything being said. With the novelization you can read and interpret the dialogue at your own pace and catch every word of it.
While I have seen The Dark Knight Rises once, I feel as if I have lived it twice. Each experience was the same story, but a very different experience. Now more than ever I am looking forward to seeing The Dark Knight Rises again. A small part of that desire is thanks to The Dark Knight Rises novel.
Deh-Shay, Deh-Shay, Bah Sah Rah. Bah Sah Rah.
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Cut To The Chase Review: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES – It was the best of times, it was the worst of times
Cut To The Chase Reviews from The City of Films are spoiler free Reviews ‘abridged for your pleasure’. Quick, concise, and sometimes entertaining opinions on the go!
Christopher Nolan set a standard with Batman Begins in 2005. He set out to make a comic book movie (or superhero movie if you want) that could be taken seriously and for adults (finally). It’s grounded in reality, and more of a crime drama than comic. He went on to deliver one of the best sequels of all time with The Dark Knight and has now topped it off with his epic conclusion to one of the best trilogies of all time.
The question wasn’t if The Dark Knight Rises would be great or not, but just how great?
All the hype and speculation gets put to the test as The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters. The final act in Christopher Nolan’s trilogy is the movie event of the year. His previous entries into the Batman universe, which many now consider masterpieces, join The Dark Knight Rises in completing one of the best trilogies of all time.
Christopher Nolan once said that he would only make a third and final Batman movie if the story was there. It had to be necessary and gripping to him as a director. And so here we are.
Eight years have passed in The Dark Knight Rises, Bruce Wayne is a broken man who lost his true love thanks to Joker and his Batman alter ego has been cast out, hated by the people of Gotham City. So here comes Bane to inflict some more chaos on everyone creating a dystopia that drives Batman out of exile. Can he overcome? Will he RISE?
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The movie event of the year opens tonight at midnight, what a journey it has been. Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy is nothing short of amazing for what it has done for the superhero genre and movies in general.
The trailer below takes Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises footage to create one amazing trailer that brings us to tonight’s premier of the final chapter.
FYI: Tickets for the film’s premiere midnight IMAX screenings in New York sold out six months in advance.