Could some new "Dark Knight Rises" movie spoilers have been revealed by a website's recent article? It's possible that a few characters will be making cameo appearances in the upcoming film, which is basically "Batman 3" for Christopher Nolan's trilogy. However, is there any merit to the rumors, and will these characters play a surprise role in how the story plays out?
A report just today from GamenGuide.com indicates that two characters to watch out for in the new film are Robin and Scarecrow. The rumor that's been going for a while now is that John Blake, played by actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, could become Robin in the new movie. There's also rumors that he could become the next Batman too.
As for Scarecrow, he has been seen in this trilogy before. In fact, Scarecrow, played by actor Cillian Murphy, was one of the main villains in "Batman Begins," the first part of the trilogy. Gamen Guide points out that this villain had a key role in a comic book story which saw Batman get doused with fear toxin while trying to rescue the Gotham City mayor. That later helped Bane in defeating the "Dark Knight."
Murphy talked to IFC about "Dark Knight Rises" movie spoilers, saying:
"My thing is always like, it's out very shortly. Let's not be impatient. People are so impatient. Some things [spoilers are] great for, but other things... isn't it so great to go and see a film that you haven't seen a script for, that you haven't seen on set videos, that you haven't read spoilers for, that you just go in and you just are in it?"
The new Batman movie starring Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, and Anne Hathaway, is due out towards the end of July, which isn't far away at all. Still, with under a month to go, expect comic and movie fans to continue trying to connect the pieces together ahead of the film's release!
Do you think Scarecrow will have any involvement in "Dark Knight Rises," and will Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character become Robin, or Batman, or someone else?
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