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The Dark Knight Rises

2012  165 MN


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Christopher Nolan
  Director




Following the death of District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman assumes responsibility for Dent's crimes to protect the late attorney's reputation and is subsequently hunted by the Gotham City Police Department. Eight years later, Batman encounters the mysterious Selina Kyle and the villainous Bane, a new terrorist leader who overwhelms Gotham's finest. The Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy.

 Release Date

July 17, 2012

 Runtime

2h45m (165 min)

 Budget

$ 250,000,000

 Revenue

$ 1,081,041,287


 Top Billed Cast

 Christian Bale
 Bruce Wayne / Batman
 Michael Caine
 Alfred Pennyworth
 Gary Oldman
 James Gordon
 Anne Hathaway
 Selina Kyle / Catwoman
 Tom Hardy
 Bane
 Marion Cotillard
 Miranda Tate / Talia al Ghul


 Written by

Bob Kane Characters
Jonathan Nolan Screenplay
Christopher Nolan Story
Christopher Nolan Screenplay
David S. Goyer Story

 Tagline

A fire will rise.

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 Cast

Christian Bale
  Bruce Wayne / Batman
Michael Caine
  Alfred Pennyworth
Gary Oldman
  James Gordon
Anne Hathaway
  Selina Kyle / Catwoman
Tom Hardy
  Bane
Marion Cotillard
  Miranda Tate / Talia al Ghul
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
  John Blake
Morgan Freeman
  Lucius Fox
Matthew Modine
  Peter Foley
Juno Temple
  Jen
Ben Mendelsohn
  John Daggett
Burn Gorman
  Phillip Stryver
Daniel Sunjata
  Captain Jones
Cillian Murphy
  Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow
Alon Abutbul
  Leonid Pavel
Liam Neeson
  Ra's al Ghul
Nestor Carbonell
  Anthony Garcia
Josh Stewart
  Barsad
Aidan Gillen
  CIA Op
Tom Conti
  Prisoner
Joey King
  "The Child"
Josh Pence
  Young Ra's al Ghul
John Nolan
  Douglas Fredericks
Warren Brown
  Mercenary Security #1
Sam Kennard
  Special Ops Sergeant
Nick Julian
  Caterer
Miranda Nolan
  Maid #2
Claire Julien
  Maid #3
Brett Cullen
  Congressman
Reggie Lee
  Ross
Joseph Lyle Taylor
  DWP Man
Chris Ellis
  Fr. Reilly
Duane Henry
  SWAT in Dive Bar
James Harvey Ward
  SWAT in Alley
Gonzalo Menendez
  Cop in Manhole
Cameron Jack
  Sewer Thug #1
Lex Daniel
  Sewer Thug #2
Tyler Dean Flores
  Mark
Thomas Lennon
  Doctor
Trevor White
  Yuppie
Rob Brown
  Allen
Daina Griffith
  Foley's Wife
Fredric Lehne
  Exchange Security Chief
Courtney Munch
  Female Security Guard
Chris Hill
  Paparazzi #1
Travis Guba
  Paparazzi #2
Jay Benedict
  Rich Twit
Will Estes
  Officer Simon Jansen
David Dayan Fisher
  Shoe Shine Man at GSE
Glen Powell
  Trader #1
Ben Cornish
  Trader #2
Russ Fega
  Trader #3
Andres Perez-Molina
  Valet at Museum
Brent Briscoe
  Veteran Cop
Oliver Cotton
  2 Star Air Force General
Mark Killeen
  Airport Cop
Sarah Goldberg
  Analyst #1
John Macmillan
  Analyst #2
Robert Wisdom
  Army Captain at Bridge
Ronnie Gene Blevins
  Cement Truck Driver
John Hollingworth
  CIA Analyst
Ian Bohen
  Cop with Gordon
Uri Gavriel
  Blind Prisoner
Noel Gugliemi
  Ex-Prisoner at River
Hector Atreyu Ruiz
  Gangbanger
Patrick Cox
  Huge Inmate
Aramis Knight
  Kid with Apple
William Devane
  President
David Gyasi
  Skinny Prisoner
Patrick Jordan
  Special Forces #2
Joshua Elijah Reese
  Mercenary at City Hall
Desmond Harrington
  Uniform
Mychael Bates
  Bomb Truck Driver
Tomas Arana
  Wayne's Lawyer
Peter Holden
  Applied Sciences Tech #1
David Monahan
  Applied Sciences Tech #2
Jillian Armenante
  Lawyer's Clerk
Aja Evans
  Greeter at Museum
Aldous Davidson
  Valet at Wayne Enterprises
Wade Williams
  Warden at Blackgate
Jake Canuso
  Waiter in Florence Café
Rory Nolan
  Little Boy at Bridge
Massi Furlan
  Janitor at GSE
Todd Gearhart
  Uniform #2
Christopher Judge
  Mercenary Security #4
Patrick Leahy
  Board Member #2
Kevin Kiely Jnr
  Thug #1 in Basement
Daniel Newman
  Thug #2 in Basement
Isiah Adams
  Young Stock Broker (uncredited)
Charlie Alejandro
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Robert Arensen
  Former Upscaler (uncredited)
Grant Babbitt
  Angry Mobster / Prisoner (uncredited)
Fileena Bahris
  Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited)
Rick Bolander
  Mercenary (uncredited)
Kyle Patrick Brennan
  Police Officer (uncredited)
Scott Churchson
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Bill Cowher
  Gotham Rogues Coach (uncredited)
Graham Curry
  Pentagon Navy Petty (uncredited)
Aaron Eckhart
  Harvey Dent / Two-Face (archive footage) (uncredited)
Stephanie Domini
  Reporter (uncredited)
John Farrer
  Older Upscale Person (uncredited)
Frank Fata
  Prisoner / Thug (uncredited)
Christopher Bryan Gomez
  Stock Broker (uncredited)
Vito Grassi
  Thug (uncredited)
Michael Wren Gucciardo
  Stockbroker in Snipers Scoop - Stock Exchange (uncredited)
Ed Heavey
  Police Officer (uncredited)
John W. Iwanonkiw
  Gotham Police Officer / Fan (uncredited)
Cindy Jackson
  Gordon's Cop #4 (uncredited)
Daniel Jordano
  Boom Operator News Crew (uncredited)
Tiffany Kemp
  Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited)
Sun Jae Kim
  Stock Broker (uncredited)
Hrvoje Klecz
  Thug (uncredited)
Alex Kruz
  Wall Street Broker (uncredited)
LeJon Stewart
  Thug (uncredited)
Paul Jude Letersky
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Joe Lipari
  Prisoner (uncredited)
Silvia Lombardo
  Tourist (uncredited)
Jorge Mardel
  Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited)
Cale McConnell
  Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited)
David Dale McCue
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Michael Papajohn
  Prison Guard (uncredited)
Salomon Passariello
  Prisoner / Mob (uncredited)
Allen Merritt
  Angry Mobster (uncredited)
Olan Montgomery
  Wayne Enterprises Security (uncredited)
Alex Moore
  Mercenary (uncredited)
Shane Nolan
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Kyle David Pierce
  Gotham Stock Trader (uncredited)
Troy Polamalu
  Gotham Rogues Player (uncredited)
Michael Power
  Gotham Police Officer (uncredited)
James Rawlings
  Thug (uncredited)
Kirsten Roeters
  Doris in Black (uncredited)
Ben Roethlisberger
  Gotham Rogues Player (uncredited)
Mark Roman
  Gotham Police Officer (uncredited)
Eric Salazar
  Angry Thug (uncredited)
Emily Schooley
  Hot Football Fan (uncredited)
Thomas Tull
  Gotham Rogues Owner (uncredited)
Chris Vaina
  Thug (uncredited)
Barbara Vincent
  Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited)
Justin Michael Woods
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Jason Yee
  Mercenary Soldier (uncredited)
John Zion
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Alex Ziwak
  Thug (uncredited)
Tommy Bayiokos
  Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited)
Jeff Moffitt
  Cop (uncredited)
Diogo Hausen
  Thug (uncredited)
Gary Sievers
  Prisoner (uncredited)
Orion McCabe
  Mercenary (uncredited)
London May
  Court Room Thug (uncredited)
James Quinn
  Gothamite (uncredited)
Joe Fishel
  Police Officer (uncredited)
Simon Rhee
  Bane's Henchmen (uncredited)
Antonio Piluso
  Extra in Stadium (uncredited)

 Crew


Christopher Nolan
  Producer
Charles Roven
  Producer
Emma Thomas
  Producer
Bob Kane
  Characters
Kevin De La Noy
  Executive Producer
Benjamin Melniker
  Executive Producer
Thomas Tull
  Executive Producer
Michael Uslan
  Executive Producer
Hans Zimmer
  Original Music Composer
Wally Pfister
  Director of Photography
Lee Smith
  Editor
John Papsidera
  Casting
Toby Whale
  Casting
Nathan Crowley
  Production Design
Kevin Kavanaugh
  Production Design
Paki Smith
  Set Decoration
Lindy Hemming
  Costume Design
Gerald Sullivan
  Art Direction
Robert Woodruff
  Art Direction
Jonathan Nolan
  Screenplay
Christopher Nolan
  Story
Christopher Nolan
  Screenplay
David S. Goyer
  Story
Naaman Marshall
  Supervising Art Director
Brian 'Buzz' Buzzelli
  Rigging Grip
Jonathan Kevin Ong
  Art Direction
Aaron Vexler
  Stunts
Toby Britton
  Art Direction
Zack Grobler
  Art Direction
Tom Still
  Art Direction
Sue Whitaker
  Art Direction
Dean Wolcott
  Art Direction
Roberto Craciunica
  Costume Design
Deena Adair
  Hairstylist
Luisa Abel
  Makeup Department Head
Karen Blynder
  Makeup Artist
Natasha Ladek
  Wigmaker
Emmanuel Pappas
  Production Manager
Michael Murray
  Production Manager
Karl McMillan
  Production Manager
Thomas Hayslip
  Production Manager
Candice D. Campos
  Production Supervisor
Mika Saito
  Production Supervisor
Jenne Lee
  Art Department Coordinator
Pippa Needs
  Art Department Coordinator
Laura Pliskin
  Art Department Coordinator
Anna Bregman
  Assistant Art Director
Robert W. Joseph
  Assistant Art Director
Amanda Pettett
  Construction Coordinator
Glen Pangione
  Construction Coordinator
Joe Ondrejko
  Construction Coordinator
William Gideon
  Construction Foreman
Brandon A. Plonka
  Greensman
Elizabeth Tomasetti
  Scenic Artist
Ian Whiteford
  Greensman
Bruce Lee Gross
  Leadman
Sean Ginevan
  Leadman
Jason Kolowski
  Set Designer
Theodore Sharps
  Set Designer
Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez
  Sculptor
Richard King
  Supervising Sound Editor
Richard King
  Sound Designer
Michael Babcock
  Sound Effects Editor
Randle Akerson
  Sound Effects Editor
Michael W. Mitchell
  Sound Effects Editor
Jeff Sawyer
  Sound Effects Editor
Bryan O. Watkins
  Sound Effects Editor
Gary Rizzo
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Carlos Solis
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Jeff Brink
  Special Effects Coordinator
Scott R. Fisher
  Special Effects Coordinator
Mike Chambers
  Visual Effects Producer
Nick Dacey
  Visual Effects Editor
Claudia Dehmel
  Visual Effects Producer
Reuben Lloyd-Pack
  Visual Effects Editor
Steve Miller
  Visual Effects Editor
Derrick Mitchell
  Visual Effects Editor
Christopher Payne
  Visual Effects Editor
Peter Bebb
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Julian Foddy
  CG Supervisor
Paul J. Franklin
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Nicola Hoyle
  CG Supervisor
Andrew Lockley
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Alison Wortman
  Sequence Supervisor
Maxx Wai In Leong
  Sequence Supervisor
May Leung
  VFX Supervisor
Joel Green
  Sequence Supervisor
Sy Holland
  Stunt Coordinator
Greg Baldi
  Camera Operator
P. Scott Sakamoto
  Camera Operator
Wally Pfister
  Camera Operator
Ryan Rodriguez
  Gaffer
Reuben Garrett
  Gaffer
Ian Franklin
  Rigging Gaffer
Ron Phillips
  Still Photographer
Andrew McEvoy
  Animation
Laura Downing
  Costume Supervisor
Brendan Handscombe
  Costume Supervisor
Linda Matthews
  Costume Supervisor
Hana Rausalova
  Set Costumer
Mustapha Mimis
  Set Costumer
Carmia Marshall
  Set Costumer
Rebecca Levin
  Set Costumer
Lindsay Kouri
  Set Costumer
Amanda Jenkins
  Set Costumer
Alejandro M. Hernandez
  Set Costumer
Lori Harris
  Set Costumer
Alison Evans
  Set Costumer
David Butler
  Set Costumer
Eric A. Lewy
  First Assistant Editor
Ryan Rubin
  Music Editor
Gary Birmingham
  Transportation Coordinator
Denny Caira
  Transportation Coordinator
Tyler W. Gaisford
  Picture Car Coordinator
Steve Gehrke
  Script Supervisor
Paula Jack
  Dialect Coach
Mark Somner
  Location Manager
Joaquin Diego Prange
  Location Manager
Vans Pradeep Singh Rathore
  Location Manager
James A. Mahathey
  Location Manager
Claudia Kalindjian
  Unit Publicist
Jonathan Hook
  Location Manager
Kathleen S. Dunn
  Dialect Coach
Francie Brown
  Dialect Coach
Bradley Porter
  Production Office Assistant
James Hambidge
  Supervising Art Director
Sid Karne
  Assistant Director
Dan Brown
  Stunts
Adam Camacho
  Grip
Shaun Sangkarat
  Grip
Carrick O'Quinn
  Stunts
Jim Palmer
  Stunts
Patrick Hogan
  Driver
Robert Wilson
  Hairstylist
Scotty Richards
  Stunts Coordinator
Marc Scizak
  Stunts
Joe Guzman
  Rigging Grip
Damiano Fusca
  Set Production Assistant
Sid Karne
  Stunts
Ken J. Johnson
  Sound Effects Editor
Joey J. Cook III
  Camera Intern
Chris Bertholf
  Painter
Scott Burik
  Stunts
Jared Burke
  Stunts
Mike Burke
  Stunts
Chris Cenatiempo
  Stunts
Mark Fichera
  Stunts
Aja Frary
  Stunts
Shane Geraghty
  Stunts
Samantha MacIvor
  Stunts
Ian Mclaughlin
  Stunts
Declan Mulvey
  Stunts
Victor Paguia
  Stunts
Balint Pinczehelyi
  Rigging Grip
Christopher Place
  Stunts
Kevin Rogers
  Stunts
Shawnna Thibodeau
  Stunts
Trampas Thompson
  Stunts
Caroline Vexler
  Stunts
Trevor Habberstad
  Stunts
Stephen W. Schriver
  Stunts
Kevin Flynn
  Rigging Grip
Michael J. Prate
  Grip
Tom Prate
  Grip
Brian Smyj
  Stunts
Jim Wilkey
  Stunts
Lee Sheward
  Stunts
Raymond Mamrak
  Stunts
Nilo Otero
  Assistant Director
Mark Scoon
  Executive In Charge Of Production
Anne O'Brien
  Assistant Editor
Stephanie Hovette
  Hairstylist
Philippe Vonlanthen
  Stunts
Donald Likovich
  Assistant Editor
Dixie Webster
  Casting
Rick Avery
  Stunts
Doug Coleman
  Stunts
Diana Choi
  Makeup Effects
Mark Aaron Wagner
  Stunts
Bruce Fowler
  Orchestrator
Jordan Goldberg
  Co-Producer
David E. Hall
  Post Production Supervisor
Nakul Kamte
  Sound Mixer
Dileep Singh Rathore
  Line Producer
Matthew Reedy
  Assistant Director
Rex Reddick
  Stunts
Ray Siegle
  Stunts
Anthony Molinari
  Stunts
Ed McDermott II
  Stunts
Kevin Kaska
  Orchestrator
Adam Horton
  Stunts
Blake Pike
  Rigging Grip
Timothy Healy
  Electrician
Mychael Bates
  Property Master
David Orr
  Color Timer
Scott Wesley Ross
  Assistant Editor
Barbara Harris
  ADR Voice Casting
Tom Struthers
  Stunt Coordinator
Chris Corbould
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Hugo Weng
  Dialogue Editor
David Gere
  Stunts
Barry Wilkinson
  Property Master
Ray Maxwell
  Propmaker
Adam Cole
  Post Production Coordinator
Christopher Nolan
  Director
Monte Swann
  24 Frame Playback
Dane Bjerno
  Aerial Camera Technician
Hans Bjerno
  Aerial Director of Photography
Steve Koster
  Aerial Director of Photography
Colin Sheehy
  Assistant Camera
Larry Sushinski
  Assistant Chief Lighting Technician
Farhad Ahmed Dehlvi
  Assistant Camera
Billy Gamble
  Best Boy Electric
Gary Hutchings
  Best Boy Grip
Andy Leo
  Camera Production Assistant
Wayne Baker
  Camera Technician
Cory Geryak
  Chief Lighting Technician
Jeffrey P. Soderberg
  Chief Lighting Technician
Peter Brimson
  Electrician
Jamie Bruce
  Electrician
Wailoon Chung
  Electrician
Sean Feehan
  Electrician
Christopher Ferguson
  Electrician
Eamonn Fitzgerald
  Electrician
Travis Johnston
  Electrician
William MacGhee
  Electrician
Matt Naughton
  Electrician
Jean-Pierre Nutini
  Electrician
Bruce Sharp
  Electrician
Martin Taylor
  Electrician
Ben Wilson
  Electrician
Bob Hall
  First Assistant "A" Camera
Philip Shanahan
  First Assistant "B" Camera
Michael A. Leo
  Generator Operator
David Ariniello
  Grip
Ryan Monro
  Key Grip
Ray Garcia
  Key Grip
William M. Weberg
  Key Grip
Sanjay Sami
  Key Grip
Tom Prate
  Key Grip
Kevin Flynn
  Key Rigging Grip
Blake Pike
  Key Rigging Grip
Lance Mayer
  Libra Head Technician
Cooper Donaldson
  Lighting Technician
Christopher Franey
  Lighting Technician
Jamie Garside
  Lighting Technician
Mike Gerzevitz
  Lighting Technician
Eugene Grobler
  Lighting Technician
Ryan Huston
  Lighting Technician
Adrian Mackay
  Lighting Technician
Greg Patterson
  Lighting Technician
Chris Tann
  Lighting Technician
Jared Wellman
  Lighting Technician
Brian Woronec
  Lighting Technician
Jon D. Morrison
  Rigging Gaffer
Clay Liversidge
  Rigging Gaffer
Dan Schroer
  Second Assistant "A" Camera
Adam Dorney
  Second Assistant "B" Camera
Meg Kettell
  Second Assistant Camera
Amanda Rotzler
  Second Assistant Camera
Shaun Lowry
  Grip
Jonathan McKeown
  Grip
Emanuele Salvatore
  Grip
Tyler Ely
  Assistant Hairstylist
R. Cory McCutcheon
  Assistant Hairstylist
Janice Alexander
  Hair Department Head
Nancy Keslar
  Hairstylist
Karen Zanki
  Hairstylist
Liz Phillips
  Hairstylist
Joe Hopker
  Hair Supervisor
Patricia DeHaney
  Key Hair Stylist
Jay Wejebe
  Key Makeup Artist
Elena Arroy
  Makeup Artist
Jamie Leigh DeVilla
  Makeup Artist
Audrey Doyle
  Makeup Artist
Rachel Geary
  Makeup Artist
Paul Molnar
  Makeup Artist
Patty York
  Makeup Artist
Sandi Rowden
  Makeup Artist
Doug Fairall
  Makeup Artist
Nuria Mbomio
  Makeup Artist
Sangeet Prabhaker
  Makeup Artist
Maggie Elliott
  Makeup Supervisor
Kentaro Yano
  Makeup Supervisor
Conor O'Sullivan
  Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Sebastian Lochmann
  Prosthetics Sculptor
Andre Gilbert
  Special Effects Makeup Artist
Jack Taggart
  Ager/Dyer
Scott T. Coppock
  Ager/Dyer
Ashley E. Singer
  Ager/Dyer
Steven Porch
  Ager/Dyer
Tyra Youland
  Ager/Dyer
Maria Tortu
  Assistant Costume Designer
Christine Bean
  Assistant Costume Designer
Meghan Kasperlik
  Assistant Costume Designer
Wade Sullivan
  Costume Assistant
Terry Archer
  Costume Assistant
Crystal Gomes
  Costume Assistant
Alex Grace
  Costume Assistant
Jamie Harvey
  Costume Assistant
Sarah Springer
  Costume Assistant
Sinéad Kidao
  Costume Assistant
Allison Spain
  Costume Assistant
Kate Chadderton
  Costume Coordinator
Jodi Baldwin
  Costumer
Amelia Buhrman
  Costumer
Michelle Christensen
  Costumer
Diane Collins
  Costumer
Tamsin Costello
  Costumer
Sue Crosby
  Costumer
Colleen Ehrlich
  Costumer
Taylor Smith
  Costumer
Azalia Snail
  Costumer
Malik Summers
  Costumer
Cesha Ventre
  Costumer
Cathie Valdovino
  Costumer
Edward T. Hanley
  Key Costumer
John M. 'Jack' Wright
  Key Costumer
Damien Quinn
  Set Costumer
Christof Roche-Gordon
  Set Costumer
Vern Malone
  Set Costumer
Polly Fossey
  Tailor
Anne Wingate
  Tailor
Dan Osborne
  Armorer
Ryder Washburn
  Armorer
Ryan Washburn
  Armorer
Nilo Otero
  First Assistant Director
Brandon Lambdin
  Second Assistant Director
Richard Graysmark
  Second Assistant Director
Paula Turnbull
  Second Assistant Director
Michael Babcock
  Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Nick Kray
  ADR Mixer
Thomas J. O'Connell
  ADR Mixer
James Hyde
  ADR Recordist
Ryan Young
  ADR Recordist
R.J. Kizer
  ADR Supervisor
Ashraf Khan
  Boom Operator
Brian Robinson
  Boom Operator
Andrew Bock
  First Assistant Sound Editor
Linda Yeaney
  First Assistant Sound Editor
Alyson Dee Moore
  Foley Artist
John Roesch
  Foley Artist
Christopher Flick
  Foley Supervisor
Ryan Murphy
  Sound Mix Technician
Frederic Echelard
  Sound Mixer
Ed Novick
  Sound Mixer
Mark Goodermote
  Sound Mixer
Ben Greaves
  Utility Sound
Jerry Yuen
  Utility Sound
Gregg Landaker
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Dorian Knapp
  Animation
Fernanda Moreno
  CG Artist
Robin Beard
  Compositing Supervisor
Patrick Michael Burke
  Compositor
Charlotte Merrill
  Compositor
Jessica Clare Smith
  Compositor
Vincent Chang
  Compositor
Matt Foster
  Compositor
Sangita Mistry
  Compositor
Kent Demaine
  Creative Director
Yakov Baytler
  Creature Technical Director
Kris Anderson
  Digital Compositor
Romain Bouvard
  Digital Compositor
Jeremy Hey
  Digital Compositor
Victor Perez
  Digital Compositor
Kate Porter
  Digital Compositor
Aled Prosser
  Digital Compositor
Thomas R. Steiner
  Digital Compositor
Oscar Tornincasa
  Digital Compositor
Jon Uriarte
  Digital Compositor
Jeffrey Jasper
  Digital Effects Supervisor
Bret Lu
  Generalist
Andrew McEvoy
  Lead Animator
Matthew Salisbury
  Matchmove Supervisor
Krzysztof Fus
  Modeling
Matthew Bullock
  Modeling
Rhys Salcombe
  Modeling
Dominic Drane
  Pipeline Technical Director
Brad Blackbourn
  Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Aaron Noordally
  Rotoscoping Artist
Beverly Abbott
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Max Rees
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Katie Stetson
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Valdone Koronczi
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Katy Mummery
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Leanne Young
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Mark H. Weingartner
  VFX Director of Photography
Boman Modine
  Visual Effects Production Assistant
Kim Fouche-Tipton
  Visual Effects Production Assistant
Kieran Ahern
  Visual Effects Production Assistant
Izzy Field
  Visual Effects Production Assistant
Key Hyung Lee
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Dylan Jury
  Casting Assistant
Jennifer Cram
  Casting Associate
Katie Shenot
  Extras Casting
Dixie Webster
  Extras Casting
Grant Wilfley
  Extras Casting
Tammy L. Smith
  Extras Casting
Laura Drake Mancini
  Extras Casting Assistant
Shannon Cain
  Extras Casting Assistant
William Fletcher
  Assistant Editor
Katie Hedrich
  Assistant Editor
Ben Renton
  Assistant Editor
Ben Mills
  Assistant Editor
John Lee
  Associate Editor
Mo Henry
  Negative Cutter
Craig Hosking
  Aerial Coordinator
Craig Hosking
  Pilot
Ryan Hosking
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Bane: The fire rises!
   


Commissioner Gordon: I knew Harvey Dent. I was his friend. And it will be a very long time before someone... Inspires us the way he did. I believed in Harvey Dent.
   


GPD Special Operative: Tell me about Bane! Why does he wear the mask? A lot of loyalty, for a hired gun!
Bane: Or perhaps he's wondering why someone would shoot a man before throwing him out of a plane?
GPD Special Operative: At least you can talk. Who are you?
Bane: It doesn't matter who we are, what matters is our plan. No one cared who I was until I put on the mask.
GPD Special Operative: If I pull that off, would you die?
Bane: It would be extremely painful...
GPD Special Operative: You're a big guy.
Bane: For you.

   


Blake: Might be the time to get some fresh air. Start paying attention to the details. Some of those details might need your help.
   


Commissioner Gordon: We were in this together... then you were gone.
Bruce Wayne/Batman: The Batman wasn't needed anymore. We won.
Commissioner Gordon: Based on a lie. And now there's evil rising from where we tried to bury it The Batman has to come back
Bruce Wayne/Batman: What if he doesn't exist anymore?
Commissioner Gordon: He must.

   


Selina Kyle: Please! There's no fresh start in today's world. Everything we do is corroborated and collaborated; any 12-year-old with a cell phone can find out what you've done.
   


Selina Kyle: There's a storm coming, Mr. Wayne. You and your friends better batten down the hatches, because when it hits, you're all gonna wonder how you ever thought you could live so large and leave so little for the rest of us.
Bruce Wayne/Batman: You sound like you're looking forward to it.
Selina Kyle: I'm adaptable.

   


Selina Kyle: [getting into 'The Bat'] My mother warned me about get into cars with strange men.
Bruce Wayne/Batman: This isn't a car.

   


Alfred: I won't bury you. I've buried enough members of the Wayne family.
   


Daggett: What are you?
Bane: I'm Gotham's reckoning. Here to end the borrowed time you all have been living on.
Daggett: You're pure evil.
Bane: I'm necessary evil.

   


Bane: Ohh, you think darkness is your ally? I was born in it, molded by it. I didnt see the light until I was already a man and by then it was nothing but blinding. The shadows betray you, because they belong to ME.
   


Selina Kyle: Only that you should be as afraid of him as I am.
   


John Blake: Did they kill him?
Selina Kyle: I'm not sure.

   


Bruce Wayne/Batman: Why didn't you just... kill me?
Bane: You don't fear death... You welcome it. Your punishment must be more severe.
Bruce Wayne/Batman: Torture?
Bane: Yes. But not of your body... Of your soul.
Bruce Wayne/Batman: Where am I?
Bane: Home, where I learned the truth about despair, as will you. There's a reason why this prison is the worst hell on earth... Hope. Every man who has ventured here over the centuries has looked up to the light and imagined climbing to freedom. So easy... So simple... And like shipwrecked men turning to sea water from uncontrollable thirst, many have died trying. I learned here that there can be no true despair without hope. So, as I terrorize Gotham, I will feed its people hope to poison their souls. I will let them believe they can survive so that you can watch them clamoring over each other to "stay in the sun." You can watch me torture an entire city and when you have truly understood the depth of your failure, we will fulfill Ra's al Ghul's destiny... We will destroy Gotham and then, when it is done and Gotham is ashes, then you have my permission to die.

   


Gordon: There's a point, far out there when the structures fail you, and the rules aren't weapons anymore, they're... shackles letting the bad guy get ahead. One day... you may face such a moment of crisis. And in that moment, I hope you have a friend like I did, to plunge their hands into the filth so that you can keep yours clean!
John Blake: Your hands look plenty filthy to me, Commissioner.

   


Bane: We take Gotham from the corrupt! The rich! The oppressors of generations who have kept you down with myths of opportunity, and we give it back to you... the people... Gotham is yours. None shall interfere, do as you please!
   


Crane: Okay then, death, by exile.
   


Lucius Fox: Remember where you parked?
   


Selina Kyle: Sorry to keep letting you down.Come with me. Save yourself. You don't owe these people anymore, you've given them everything.
Bruce Wayne/Batman: Not everything. Not yet.

   


Bane: You! So you came back here to die?
Bruce Wayne/Batman: No. I came back to stop you.

   


Bane: We both know that I have to kill you now. You'll just have to imagine the fire!
Selina Kyle: [Catwoman shoots Bane] About the whole no guns thing? I just don't feel as strongly about it as you do.

   


Selina Kyle: You could've gone anywhere. Been anything. But you came back here.
Bruce Wayne/Batman: So did you.
Selina Kyle: I guess we're both suckers.

   


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Outstanding closure of TDK trilogy
By DJ on September 13, 2017
 9

POWERFUL
From the first second, The Dark Knight Rises is showing a tremendous force. It hits you in the face and is a complete joy to watch.

BANE
In The Dark Knight trilogy, Batman had to face Ras Al Ghul, Scarecrow, the Joker and, in a way, Harvey Two Face. All those characters were great, but they had quite elaborated plans – even the chaotic plans from the Joker. Here, Bane is also having plans, but there is one big difference between him and the previous villains. He is a brute. The ultimate bully that doesn’t spend his time talking. He simply crushes the bones of his enemies without questions. Bane is the final enemy in one of the most mesmerizing trilogies of cinema.

The film is an outstanding closure of The Dark Knight trilogy. And the task was virtually impossible, as The Dark Knight was one of the best film ever. But the point here is not to try to do better. It is to try to continue the story in the best possible way and make a great film. Simple as that.

SUMMARY
An outstanding conclusion to the trilogy. I give it 9 out of 10. Outstanding.


Another not Super Hero movie
By Gruic on April 2, 2018
 5


So Robin is a bad ass cop. Ok. Where's the suit ? Where are the tights ? Nowhere ? Too easy ! Not assumed !

But great music, again.


Travis Bell

I felt like this was a tremendous end to Nolan's Batman trilogy. The Dark Knight Rises may very well have been the weakest of all 3 films but when you're talking about a scale of this magnitude, it still makes this one of the best movies I've seen in the past few years.

I expected a little more _Batman_ than we got (especially with a runtime of 2:45) but while the story around the fall of Bruce Wayne and Gotham City was good I didn't find it amazing. This might be in fact, one of my only criticisms—it was a long movie but still, maybe too short for the story I felt was really being told. I feel confident in saying this big of a story could have been split into two movies.

The acting, editing, pacing, soundtrack and overall theme were the same 'as-close-to-perfect' as ever with any of Christopher Nolan's other films. Man does this guy know how to make a movie!

You don't have to be a Batman fan to enjoy these movies and I hope any of you who feel this way re-consider. These 3 movies are without a doubt in my mind, the finest display of comic mythology ever told on the big screen. They are damn near perfect.


Chris

I personally thought this film is on par if not better than the Dark Knight.

Whilst some think the film is too long for the story I didn't find this. The length of the film is longer than some (but doesn't feel it), I liked that the film took it's time rather than shoving more elements in it - I think this contributed to the dramatic ending (much like a classical piece of music will be relaxed and calm before the final crescendo).

At the end of the day whether you like this film will boil down to if you like films Christopher Nolan has directed and/or you like the Christopher Nolan Batman series so far.

Stupendously good film in my opinion.


GeekMasher

The Dark Knight Rises is one of the best movies to come out in 2012. The story compels you to watch it time and time again. It also has I of, I my opinion, the best bad guys in any movie, Bane! Batman was well played as all ways and the cast where well selected. I think this movie is the best batman to see the light of day or the darkest nights (pun intended).


Im_Infinity

No doubt that the movie is one of the best movies of this era.
The film doesn't lack in whatever it try to do.It has Simple narration with extraordinary Direction,Acting,Music,Cinematography and a lot of qualities.
Christian Bale is supremely entertaining for sure.
The person behind the scenes is actually the real core creater of the film yes! The Director Christopher Nolan ❤ .
The film ofcorse completes with philosophical quality loaded with Lots of Sacrifices.
This one is the one you surely can't afford to miss.
Go watch The Dark Knight.Go now.


talisencrw

While it's clearly not as superlative as its famous predecessor, it's simply because of both Heath Ledger's outstanding and Oscar-winning performance, and the character of the Joker's etching in our collective unconscious as the greatest comic-book villain ever created (with Lex Luthor a very distant second place). This is still a masterwork, and is an excellent coda to the finest filmic trilogy ever made. As great as Christopher Nolan is as a director, and as fine a film as 'Interstellar' is, I really don't know if he'll ever be able to top his work here, on these three films. But I, for one, am certainly looking forward to finding out...


DoryDarko

So here we have it. The end of a trilogy, the end of an era of the universe of Batman through the eyes of Christopher Nolan. And baby, it goes out with a bang...

Going into the theatre tonight I actually wasn't sure what I was up for. I loved Batman Begins, but I didn't actually care that much for The Dark Knight. So the big question was, will TDKR actually be more like the first or the second film? The answer is: neither.

This third instalment of the Nolan-franchise carries its weight all on its own merits. Despite the lack of any kind of intro or opening credits, there actually is plenty of build-up (partly thanks to the insane opening scene). The foundation for a proper, action-packed story is laid down perfectly, explaining things just enough whilst keeping the viewer intrigued to find out more. But if you thought that Nolan couldn't surpass his previous work, you will be pleasantly deceived.

Christian Bale as Batman is terrific. Never before was a superhero so human, so vulnerable. As his mask of intangibility and anonymity slowly starts to crumble, this is a man who questions his reasons to keep being who he is, and he must figure it out before it is too late. Because somebody’s preparing to take him and Gotham down, and he might just be too strong for the Batman...

This somebody is a character called Bane. As a character, an actor and a performance it must be incredibly hard to follow Heath Ledger's The Joker, which was easily one of the greatest villains to ever appear on the silver screen. But tonight, Tom Hardy took a swing for the fence... and made it. His performance is thrilling and actually frightening, in the sense that you don't just *know* you're supposed to be afraid of this character, you actually FEEL it. He instils a feeling of horror and discomfort that is not rivalled by many other film villains. What I actually liked about his character the most is the fact that unlike Scarecrow, who grew into being a villain, and the Joker, who was just a raving maniac, Bane was actually (literally) born from evil. Born in hell, as it is said in the film. This is not a man, this is a creature. A living, breathing manifestation of evil that cannot be reasoned or negotiated with. Hardy's performance is masterful. Since his creepy mask is never removed, he, like only a few actors before him, must act without the use of any facial expressions, making his voice is main tool. His manner of speech (and the sound of it through his mask) is enough to send chills down your spine. This is more than just a another villain from a superhero flick, this is a character that just got torpedoed into the top 10 of the greatest antagonists in the history of film. Now I realise that's a bold statement to make, but you just go and watch TDKR and prove me wrong.

I would say a slight downside to this film is the overflow of characters, both new and old. Aside from the already familiar characters, three new major ones are introduced. And there are also many characters running along in the margin which may seem not important enough to pay attention to, but actually they are so you need to stay focused.

I understand the character of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Blake, was written in specifically for him because Nolan wanted him in it. And although as a character he works just fine, it does feel like it was at the expense of Gary Oldman. As a cop, Levitt does everything that Oldman's character could've done, but he spends most of his screen time in the hospital, almost like they wanted to get him out of the way, and that's really too bad.

Now, I was extremely excited to see what Nolan had done with Catwoman, because she is one of my favourite film characters. When I heard that she would be played by Anne Hathaway, I had my doubts. I thought she was just way too sweet to pull this off. But I must say, Ms Hathaway did a pretty good job. She is actually much more sly and devious than I thought she could be. The Nolan brothers, on the other hand, disappointed me here. Catwoman isn't really Catwoman, she's just a sexy girl in a spandex suit who can kick your ass. Her movements aren't even typically cat-like... So that was a bit of a letdown.

I would also like to make a note on Michael Caine. I think his performance here was so much deeper and more character-driven than the other two films. In fact, there is one scene in particular, where he confesses something to Bruce, that almost moved me to tears. And this is actually TDKR’s greatest strength; unlike the other two films, this one deals much more with actual human emotions, it gives us an insight into what actually drives these characters, both heroes and villains alike.

As much as I would love to, the word-limit restricts me from elaborating more on the characters, so I'll just move on to the technical stuff. And in that department, actually pretty much everything was perfect. The pacing was very well balanced, and during those 2 ½ hours I didn't get bored once. Great action scenes alternate with more quiet moments, and the special effects are absolutely awesome. Hans Zimmer once again delivered a terrific score and there was some high quality dialogue. Also in store: a couple of great plot twists and two very cool cameos... There are a few plot holes, but everything else easily makes up for it.

I highly recommend The Dark Knight Rises. It is a worthy conclusion to the trilogy, and it far exceeded my expectations.
_(July 2012)_


Per Gunnar Jonsson

Batman was one of my childhood heroes from the Comic magazines even though the Swedish plonkers, in their infinite stupidity, had renamed him to something as ridiculous “Läderlappen” which basically translates into “patch of leather”.

Thus, when Christopher Nolan brought us Batman Begins and steered away from the ridiculous comic shows that the previous batman movies (except the first one) had turned into I was thrilled. Unfortunately I was equally disappointed with this one.

I think the title of the movie is quite misleading since Batman isn’t exactly rising at all but rather sinking. If this would have been a movie about some other “guy” it would probably have been excellent but it isn’t. It’s about Batman and as such I had expected him to be the hero going around beating up the bad guys.

Instead the movie starts downright boring with Batman having dug himself down into a swamp of melancholy and closed himself off from the world. When he finally starts to appear again he gets pretty much beaten at every turn not to mention conned out of the Wayne fortune. What the f… is that? It isn’t until the end that he starts to be the real Batman and even then it’s not very exciting.

Actually Batman, as in Batman and not Wayne, is not really in the movie for a good chunk of the time and the real hero in this movie is really the young cop and he sure isn’t a particularly good substitute for the superhero Batman that I was expecting to watch.

I was struggling with what to give this movie but in the end, since I probably would have thought it to be a good movie if it had not been labelled as a Batman movie, I gave it 5 out 10 stars. At least the special effects where quite okay.


Reviewsforlife

"And when it is done, and Gotham is in ashes, then you have my permission to die." - Bane, the Dark Knight Rises.

An epic, amazing end to the Dark Knight trilogy, with great acting, numerous complex subplots, a creepy villain, amazing action scenes and a heart-thumping score. I really love this film and consider it one of Nolan's better works, and I wish more people on the Internet would start giving it more respect.

Oh, also, I really don't care about the small plot holes like the magic mechanical leg and Bruce appearing in Gotham when he was at the desert shortly before - do you really want to see ten minutes of Bruce using plastic surgery to fix his bone, or him in a airport going to Gotham?


AstroNoud

Even though the plot feels messier than the previous two installments, one cannot resist a smile after the unexpected twist and final scenes, which make ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ a worthy final chapter of Nolan's epical trilogy.

9/10


CinemaSerf

Tom Hardy is superb in this denouement to Christopher Nolan's "Batman" trilogy. His depiction of the clever and malevolent "Bane" is intricate and terrifying in equal measure. Christian Bale also has the role very much under control now as he joins forces with his old pal "Gordon" (Gary Oldman) and jewel thief turned "Catwoman" (Anne Hathaway) to rise to his biggest challenge yet... What's great about this film is that is ties up all of the loose ends from the first two; it dots some i's and crosses the t's as the story neatly, and frequently quite subtly, introduces new threads to an old suit of clothes. This is an hugely characterful outing for all concerned - especially Sir Michael Caine as the wonderfully underplayed "Alfred" and Morgan Freeman as the arch-inventor "Fox". The plot takes it's time to develop, there is plenty of to-ing and fro-ing as they battle for the upper hand; new allies must learn to trust and to rely on each other. I found myself drawn to the "Bane" cause more than I ought to admit - a sign of a great baddie; you empathise with the evil (I think of "Darth Vader") especially once the story unveils traits in his character and elements of his history that, to a certain extent, justify his behaviour. The dialogue is sparing and potent and photography is really effective: the light and shade are used creatively with the Hans Zimmer score an huge improvement on his last outing. This is certainly one for a big screen - there is loads to see each time you watch, and though "Batman" was never my favourite super-hero, this has to be up there as one of the darkest and best super-hero films.


Andre Gonzales

I enjoyed watching the Dark Knight. They were at least able to keep the same batman from the the last one made too.



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