The Dark Knight Rises London Location Set Visit

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Shooting has begun on The Dark Knight Rises at the St John Street London location, and here are some early images from today! (Monday AM).

I paid a visit to the Farmiloe building on St John Street, London being used for the Police station in the third Christian Bale Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, this morning (Monday) at 10am and it was a hive of activity, with the standard large trucks parked around housing the technical equipment and various fluorescent jacketed stewards and lanyard wearing staff walking about.

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alycakes4516d ago

I'd give anything to be there watching. I just watched Equilibrium the other day for the first time in a very long time and I had forgotten how much I liked it. He reminded me of Alice in Resident Evil in his fight scenes. That was like 10 years ago and he doesn't really look that much different....a little more mature in the eyes maybe but not really older.

I'm really glad Christian Bale has been the one to bring Batman back to life.


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