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Film fans in Hong Kong and Taiwan are in for a treat as Warner Bros. has announced it will rerelease Christopher Nolan’s iconic The Dark Knight trilogy into theaters for a limited time.
The news comes as cinemas in Hong Kong and Taiwan cautiously reopen after an enforced lockdown related to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The trilogy will be screened in select cinemas, including Imax, ahead of the still slated release of Nolan’s latest film, Tenet, on July 17.
In Hong Kong, Batman Begins (2005) will be screened June 4, The Dark Knight (2008) on June 11 and The Dark Knight Rises (2012) on June 18. In Taiwan, the films will be released from May 29.
The upcoming rerelease of The Dark Knight trilogy in Hong Kong follows Warner Bros.’ rerelease of a 4K remastered version of The Matrix in the territory earlier this month.
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