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Activity on the Official The Dark Knight Rises Site

Coming Soon says:

Scooper 'Chad' alerted us that the official site for The Dark Knight Rises has come online at (or TheDarkKnightRises.WarnerBros. com). For now it's just a black page with the sound of people chanting. You can click on the black page to be taken directly to the sound file. Is it the start of another impressive viral campaign like the studio put together for The Dark Knight?

Now filming on three continents for a July 20, 2012 release, the Christopher Nolan sequel stars Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Juno Temple, Josh Pence, Daniel Sunjata and Nestor Carbonell.

UPDATE: That didn't take long. SuperHeroHype Forums member 'Riskproduction' figured out using an audio program that in spectrum the audio says "#thefirerises" which of course would mean something on Twitter. There's even a account!

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LtSkittles4665d ago (Edited 4665d ago )

Oh wow, that was really fast.

Edit, apparently another part of the site:

Crazay4665d ago

Looks like this info is tied together with that.

LtSkittles4665d ago

Yeah, it looks more like the Bane photo now.

Crazay4665d ago (Edited 4665d ago )

Holy CRAP!!! That went viral instantly eh. The images is just a mosaic of people's profile pics from FB.

I bet the chant in this post is what people chant for Bane when he's wrestling.

reznik_zerosum4665d ago

Tom Hardy is Bronson again lol

JL4664d ago

On a physical level, you knew that's what it was gonna be. There just wasn't another option. I've said it from day one telling people to look at that movie and I'd bet that's what he looks like for this movie. And it appears he's bulked up just like that now.

Of course personality wise he'll be completely different.

kulka4664d ago

can't wait for this movie the whole batman trilogy was top class

Sahil4664d ago

Yeah, it gets better every time, hope the same happens this time :)

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