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Bchwood

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March 25, 2011

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  • Bchwood


    Hi Guys,

    I wanted to let you all know about a really cool collaborative writing project we're running on the Lord of the Rings Fanon Wiki. I mention it here because one of the main characters featured in the story is Batman! And who knows Batman better than all you guys on this wiki, right? The story has just begun and you can help us to author it by going HERE!

    Thanks,

    Peter 18:18, December 5, 2012 (UTC)

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  • Bchwood

    Warner Bros. has unveiled the teaser poster for its summer 2012 tentpole The Dark Knight Rises.

    The image, posted Monday at thedarkknightrises.com, features a view of Gotham City, with the camera pointing upward at several skyscrapers as they appear to be collapsing but giving the discernible shape of a bat. No cast members in it, not even Christian Bale. Warners previously released images of Thomas Hardy as the villain Bane, but this is the first poster image.

    Gary Oldman will reprise his role as Commissioner Gordon, while a slew of franchise newcomers also has joined the film, including Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard.

    What do you think of the poster? Pretty cool in my opinion.

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    Production on Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises began yesterday and it appears a viral campaign, not unlike the one for Speilberg's Super 8 has launched as well.

    The first official image of a character has come to light, but only after some detective work by a fan. Here's what happened:

    On the film’s official website at www.thedarkknightrises.com there was a black image with some kinda strange chanting. A fan was able to look at the visual spectrum of that audio file and in it was… a Twitter Hashtag!!! This is what the visual spectrum of the chanting looked like, revealing the original hashtag.







    The hashtag, #thefirerises, when tweeted, slowly revealed, pixel by pixel, a blurred image on the site that looked like this:


    It appears the fa…








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