New 'The Dark Knight Rises' trailer released, shows extra footage

Posted Jun 19, 2012 by Andrew Moran
With one month until "The Dark Knight Rises" makes its much anticipated premiere in theaters, a new trailer was released, which highlights the epic battle between Bane and Batman, additional riot clips and some Catwoman stunts.
Screengrab from new  The Dark Knight Rises  trailer on YouTube
Screengrab from new "The Dark Knight Rises" trailer on YouTube
As of this writing, there are 30 days 11 hours and 35 minutes until the final conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman trilogy “The Dark Knight Rises” makes its long waited debut in theaters everywhere.
With one month to go, Batman fans will continue to salivate for the final product, especially with a fourth brand new exclusive trailer released by Nokia Tuesday morning. It features additional footage and soundtrack music that was originally heard in the six-minute prologue.
The 2:17 trailer shows the same clips from previous trailers, but adds a little more from the epic battle between Bane and Batman, which has the villain utter the line, “Mr. Wayne...”
It also has Selina Kyle, portrayed by Anne Hathaway, performing stunts, driving the Batmobile and beating up some men.
What else does the trailer consist of?
- Conversation between John Blake, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and a child hoping for Batman to return to save Gotham City.
- Bruce Wayne having short chats with Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) and Alfred Pennyworth (Michael Caine).
- Bane’s mercenaries creating chaos on the streets of Gotham and at what appears to be a stock exchange.
Television spots are popping up all over the Internet and these 30-second advertisements real some brief new tidbits. Also, the official album art, listings and 30-second audio samples were released to give fans a sneak peek into the Hans Zimmer score.
The final installment is set to hit theaters on July 20.
There have been reports of fans going into a “frenzy” trying to grab as many tickets in advance as possible. Thousands of people visited the IMAX Theatre Sydney website per minute when tickets went on sale at 1 p.m. and the software crashed.