For anyone complaining that Warner Bros. was holding back on their marketing for The Dark Knight Rises, that notion should be easily quelled. Along with a batch of posters, they’ve now released seven high-resolution stills. A few offer very little in terms of new imagery, but we do get a nice glimpse of Joseph Gordon-Levitt (seen above), along with Catwoman and Batman squaring off against Bane in what looks to be an underground lair. Check out the new stills from Batman News below, along with some previous ones updated to high-res for the film hitting theaters in just under two months
Update: Two new TV spots have also just aired tonight, which feature a few new lines of dialogue and glimpses of the action, the second giving us new looks at Catwoman and Bane. See both below.
TV Spot #1:
TV Spot #2:
Scripted by Christopher and Jonathan Nolan, the film also stars Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Juno Temple, Josh Pence, Daniel Sunjata, Nestor Carbonell, Matthew Modine, Tom Conti, Joey King, Brett Cullen, Chris Ellis, and Josh Stewart.
The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20th, 2012 in IMAX.
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