Dark KnightRises star Christian Bale tells THR about wearing the batsuit for the very last time.
"It was a nice occasion because I took a little bit of time after we wrapped and just said, 'give me a few minutes' because I knew I wouldn't be able to put it back on again and the cowl ... and it was funny. It was a surprisingly poignant moment for me," recalls Bale, adding that "it's sad to say goodbye but it feels like the right time."
Marion Cotillard on Her Mysterious 'Dark Knight Rises' Role
Marion Cotillard tells THR about her mysterious Dark Knight Rises character, Miranda Tate.
Describing Miranda as a "good guy," Cotillard says she's "a socialite and she has a lot of money and she wants to use this money to do good things for her city. And she's kind of fascinated by Bruce Wayne. She wants to help him to get back into the world and she wants to do things with him."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Praises 'Dark Knight Rises' Director Nolan
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who plays idealistic rookie cop John Blake in The Dark Knight Rises, praises the film's director, Christopher Nolan.
"Chris Nolan doesn't just make action blockbusters that are pandering to box office scores," gushes Gordon-Levitt in an interview with THR. "He's telling a truly heartfelt story that he cares about. And I think that's why people love his movies."
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