For Dane DeHaan, 25, who had just come off of roles in HBO's therapy drama, In Treatment, and the thriller Chronicle, John Hillcoat's (The Road) new Lawless, a Depression-era crime drama about bootleggers was a bit of a departure, but a welcome one.
Christopher Nolan Speaks Out About 'Unbearably Savage' Shooting At 'Dark Knight Rises' Aurora Premiere
Batman series director Christopher Nolan, 41, has released a statement over the gruesome Thursday night shootings at the Aurora, Colorado movie premiere of Nolan's new The Dark Knight Rises — a crime which was allegedly perpetrated by gunman James Holmes, 24, who arrived at the theater wearing a gas mask and heavy trench coat in the style of the character Bane from the movie, who is portrayed by Tom Hardy.
The Dark Knight Rises, the final installment of director Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy with Christian Bale (pictured) in the lead role, has some unexpected source material — and we're not talking about DC Comics.
When The Dark Knight Rises blasts into theaters on July 20, it will not only mark the end of director Christopher Nolan's trilogy, but the end of actor Christian Bale's run as Batman. Saying goodbye forever to the Batman costume was, according to Bale, more difficult than he expected.
The closer we get to its release date, July 20, the more we get to see of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, which just let loose two new TV spots — one featuring our favorite gadget-maker Lucius Fox, played by Morgan Freeman, and another showcasing Selina Kyle, a.
The Dark Knight Rises, directed by Inception's celebrated Christopher Nolan and featuring a staggeringly star-studded cast that includes Anne Hathaway (Catwoman), Tom Hardy (Bane), Liam Neeson (Ra's Al Ghul), Gary Oldman (Jim Gordon), Morgan Freeman (Lucius), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (John Blake), Michael Caine (Alfred), Marion Cotillard (Miranda), and of course Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne / Batman himself, promises to be one of the biggest blockbusters of the summer.