THE DARK KNIGHT RISES Blu-ray Extras Show off Anne Hathaway’s Fight Training and Bane’s Football Field Destruction

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With the release of The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray quickly approaching, we’re getting to see more of the extras that will be included on the disc.  We’ve already seen behind-the-scenes photos of the Bane/Batman fight, Tom Hardy’s transformation into Bane, and more.  Today, we’re getting a look at what went into Catwoman’s fight scenes, and the special effects that went into destroying the Gotham Rogues’ football field.

Hit the jump to check out the special features.  The Dark Knight Rises hits Blu-ray/DVD on December 4th.  Click here to pre-order it.

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  • Jason Howler

    “With the release of The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray quickly approach”
    I think what you meant to type was:

    “With the release of The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray quickly approaching”

    What kind of a managing editor makes 2nd grade mistakes? Fucking idiot.

    • dogg

      Seriously? Someone leaves off an “ing” and that gets your panties in a bunch?
      Have you considered getting laid?

      • Think a little

        Lol. Right on.

  • paul tracy

    all a waste. terrible movie.

    ~ p

    • tarek

      I sense a tremble in your voice… you are lying to us!

      • paul tracy

        i am not lying to anyone. I was lied to!

        ~ t

      • Think a little

        You’re right. He’s definitely lying. I’ve never spent so much time or money at a movie theater watching and rewatching a movie so much. Seriously. First day it’s out on blue-ray, it’s MINE.

      • Chris Nolan Epic Fail

        lol @ think a little

        Man can’t wait to see how enthusiastic you are when you actually watch a legitimately good film.

  • Someone

    [insert random The Dark Knight Rises hate]

  • Niklsun

    Seriously??? Anna Hathaway? Come on Matt, proofread your shit!!!

    • Brett

      And then the first sentence is terrible….

      • Nom

        Can I have a job with this site, or any site? The number of spelling, grammar, and factual errors I’ve seen on the internet this week alone has been frustrating and completely avoidable.

        Simply stop and re-read your article before posting it – if that’s too hard, I’ll gladly take your job.

  • Anne Hathaway

    “So Chris was like ‘push out your tits missy, em dimwit comic book geeks will call it character development. I mean you can feed em any kind of shit in comic book form and they’ll say it’s great art. Oh, and remember to put your ass in the air in your tight leather outfit when you’re on that motorcycle. People will say you reinvented the catwoman character. Script? Ain’t no script squire. They gave me 250 million to shat on the screen and I intend to do just that. Can’t wait for the comic book nerds to say how revolutionary my film was when I don’t even give a fuck about wrapping up the story in a cohesive satisfactory manner guv. Long as I get paid that’s all that matters. Bob’s your uncle and all that.’”

  • GunsOfNavarone

    I liked the movie, I didn’t love it though. I was expecting more to be honest. I like Anne Hathaway but I didn’t much like her version of Catwoman. She was nothing like any previous version of the character, in fact she was nothing like a cat at all. She didn’t have claws, there was no whip, there was no playful goading, she felt very much like a character from The Avengers (almost like Black Widow). On that basis, I think Nolan let his game slip. I’m all for reinvention but when you step so far away from a character you lose all that was awesome about that character. This Catwoman was very forgettable to me and pales in comparison to Michelle Pfeiffer’s performance.

  • bearmon2010

    This movie is so bored.

  • http://collider.com Matt Goldberg

    Thanks for the free copy-editing! It’s always appreciated!

    • Alan

      Goldberg, you have two choices: you can be competent and snarky, or you can be incompetent and apologetic. You can’t be incompetent and snarky, however. Let me guess: you’ll just delete this post because I “don’t get” what you are trying to accomplish. Or something.

  • The Edge’s Hat

    If its that easy to criticise then it must be easy for you all to set up your own news/review sites.

    Go on…instead of pissing about someone else’s work which you’re getting to read for free, go and accomplish something yourselves.

    Bawbags.

    • Steve

      And if someone is making part of their living being critical of other people’s work, they should expect some criticism of theirs. Or have I missed something?

      • Alan

        “Or have I missed something?”

        You have: Goldberg is a God and we must worship his incompetence. Kneel before Goldberg.

  • MarkJulian

    I think Heath’s death zapped Nolan’s energy. He had the trilogy all planned out and Heath’s death forced them to change a lot of their plot for Rises.

    • Dante

      Totally agree, I felt a huge lack of commitment from his part, never present in his other movies, a “let’s get this over with” shadow ever present in the film.

      I’ve discussed this with friends from film making school, and there are so many ways to improve this movie.

      -There was material for a a two part movie, nothing rushed, nothing overlooked.
      -Cops running into machine guns, instead of using stealth approach, pff.
      -Let’s say Bane killed the c,ops, Batman and Gordon would be forced to rally the Citizens, the People, to fight alongside them in the end, give them guns, whatever, but the obvious meaning the audience would have gotten is: the average citizen stands up and fight alongside the man who inspire them, would have been 10 times more epic, that’s why Helm’s Deep is so meaningful.

      Have no Talia to distract us, sure, at first I was like ok… when they told us Bane was Ra’s son, but right before the end this has made him and his motifs super-relevant in my mind, switching to Talia “the big twist” felt like a balloon deflating.

      Nukes in movies don’t work anymore, they’ been depicted as cartoon material for so long, I just can’t take them seriously anymore, have a Jack Bauer warhead instead, or a Hydrogen b,omb, have Batman in the end fly it above Gotham and die saving all the average citizens, who stood beside him in the climax, then you get the movie poster with the Sky on fire, Gotham shaken, maybe crumbling, but the women and men of this city have someone to look up to, and they are better people because they fought at his side.

      There are so many ways to rewrite this movie and making it more Epic, making it matter, I love the first two, they’re so freaking cool, but to me it ended at two, and sometime in the future the Joker made good on his promise at the end of Dark Knight and escaped to fight Batman, forever, so he wouldn’t be bored.

      On a side note I write screenplays.

      • Dante

        Because he didn’t choose a cinematic spectacle for an ending that was viable, and would be-epic, sucks for him, his trilogy could’ve been on the same level as Jackson’s.
        When a twist annoys almost half the audience instead of exciting them, as good resume you have as a filmmaker, you have screwed up.

    • Dante

      Totally agree, I felt a huge lack of commitment from his part, never present in his other movies, a \”let\’s get this over with\” shadow ever present in the film.

      I\’ve discussed this with friends from film making school, and there are so many ways to improve this movie.

      -There was material for a a two part movie, nothing rushed, nothing overlooked.
      -Cops running into machine guns, instead of using stealth approach, pff.

      • Dante

        -Let’s say Bane killed the c,ops, Batman and Gordon would be forced to rally the Citizens, the People, to fight alongside them in the end, give them guns, whatever, but the obvious meaning the audience would have gotten is: the average citizen stands up and fight alongside the man who inspire them

      • Dante

        would have been 10 times more epic, that’s why Helm’s Deep is so meaningful.
        Have no Talia to distract us, sure, at first I was like ok… when they told us Bane was Ra’s son, but right before the end this has made him and his motifs super-relevant in my mind, switching to Talia “the big twist” felt like a balloon deflating.

      • Alan

        Nolan lacks commitment because he didn’t pick YOUR idea for an ending? Sure, whatever …

      • Dante

        There’s only so many ways to make the thirth part in a linear story, meaningful, epic, transcendent if you will, and/or awesome, I’m listing a proven course to do this, to put the audience into awe “state”.
        He chose non, why? It doesn’t fit in with his other movies, ergo, something was lacking in nolan’s persona when he agreed to do this movie, in particular to gave it a B movie climax and an ending, predictable, non inspiring and full of illogic moments that don’t fit the tone of the other two masterpieces. The only scene that kinda got through to the audiences heart: when Batman fly’s the cartoon nuke away and when he’s revealed a happy man at last with Selina, everything else was cheese and cheap filmmaking.

        I’m trying to be as objective as possible, since I study screenwriting, I’ve given my reasons, you obviously didn’t read through my complete first comment, there’s an answer there to anything you could ask.

      • Dante

        Because he didn’t choose a cinematic spectacle for an ending that was viable, and would be-epic, sucks for him, his trilogy could’ve been on the same level as Jackson’s.
        When a twist annoys almost half the audience instead of exciting them, as good resume you have as a filmmaker, you have screwed up.

    • Dante

      -Let’s say Bane killed the c,ops, Batman and Gordon would be forced to rally the Citizens, the People, to fight alongside them in the end, give them guns, whatever, but the obvious meaning the audience would have gotten is: the average citizen stands up and fight alongside the man who inspire them, would have been 10 times more epic, that’s why Helm’s Deep is so meaningful.
      Have no Talia to distract us, sure, at first I was like ok… when they told us Bane was Ra’s son, but right before the end this has made him and his motifs super-relevant in my mind, switching to Talia “the big twist” felt like a balloon deflating.

  • a.j.

    I liked the movie, and enjoyed it, but I´m not really interested on buying it or watching it again soon. it doesnt deserve all the hate is getting, but it doesnt deserve all the fanboy cult-like praise either. much less being called a “masterpiece”. it was just okay, even if it was the most dissapointing of the trilogy (wich does not mean it was bad) .

    personally, I´m ready for a new version of the bat. 3 movies and 8 years of nolan´s dark, gritty, melodramatic, “realistic” and pretentious batman, almost ashamed of being a comic book character, are more than enough.

  • Dante

    Totally agree, I felt a huge lack of commitment from his part, never present in his other movies, a \"let\’s get this over with\" shadow ever present in the film.

    I\’ve discussed this with friends from film making school, and there are so many ways to improve this movie.

    -There was material for a a two part movie, nothing rushed, nothing overlooked.
    -Cops running into machine guns, instead of using stealth approach, pff.

  • terry

    F***** TDKR!!!!!
    It was a piece of crap!
    Ann helped ruin the movie. Wow, she just knew how to ride and shoot the weapons on the bike.Thanks Nolan for making one of the most anticipated, yet flawed up the a** movies in history.
    Oh and I like how Bruce made it out of that dudgeon, then walked up to cat woman all clean shaven and smelling fresh.And who cut his hair? I didn’t know super cuts was open with Bane terrorizing the city!!!!!!
    Nolan has overstayed his welcome. Get the hell out of town man!!!

  • Joseph M

    It’s official. The hardcore Batman Rises crowd are getting as delusional and precious as the Trekkies.

  • Think a little

    TDKR is the most entertaining and rewatchable movie of all time imo.

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  • Anonymous

    Hathaway’s catwoman was second only to Julie Newmar’s.

  • buddman

    Hathaway’s catwoman was second only to Julie Newmar’s.

  • Joseph M

    After viewing again last night, I’m changing my tune on TDKR. The first half – right up to Bane destroying the football field – is excellent. It’s the second half that creates all the discord with critics. Bane’s bizarrely low key death, Wayne’s inexplicable return from the prison, the nuke…It feels like as the deadline loomed, all involved just rushed the third act. It’s definitely a lot better than the Total Recall remake – now THAT is a poor film on so many levels. Recall 2012 (saw it last night) has reminded me what a mess a genre film can be.

    • Dante

      I disagree, Recall was fun to watch, Rises was painful to watch.

      • Alan

        Jesus! Now that you are defending a Wiseman film, it’s obvious that you are a troll. “… but, but, but Rises is crap because Nolan didn’t pick MY ending …”

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