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ARE THESE VIRAL VIDEOS FOR ‘THE DARK KNIGHT RISES’?

Probably not, but you never know. Christopher Nolan’s marketing team is clever, original, and very, very sneaky. The “Why So Serious?” and “I Believe in Harvey Dent” viral campaigns for the last Batman film set the standard for entertaining and effective Internet marketing (they were also a ton of fun). Aint it Cool News has the lowdown.

 

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FIRST IMAGE OF TOM HARDY AS BANE REVEALED

The Dark Knight had some of the best viral marketing in movie history, and now it looks as if that mysterious stuff is going to continue with the final Christopher Nolan Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. Warner Bros. opened the official website at thedarkknightrises.com, and if you head there, you’ll see a pixellated image of a figure. The code was cracked earlier today by some fans, and here is the image in all its glory (click image for hi-res version):

It’s our first glimpse of Tom Hardy as Bane, and it seems as if Nolan is going for a real “maniacal caged animal” look  for the character. I’m sure we’re in store for a lot more of these enigmatic images and viral tomfoolery for the next year. The Dark Knight Rises opens in June, 2012.

GIMLI MAKES THE ‘LORD OF THE RINGS’ ABOUT 12 HOURS SHORTER

Awkward.

EVERY ZOMBIE KILL IN “THE WALKING DEAD” IN :69

The Walking Dead was a gigantic hit for AMC in its first season. Unfortunately for fans, the season was only six episodes long, and new shows aren’t scheduled to air until next Halloween. Fortunately, we have fans like Landstrider to help us pass the time with video compilations like this one, that edits every single gruesome zombie kill  into one 69-second video.

EVERY ZOMBIE KILL FROM “THE WALKING DEAD” IN :69

The Walking Dead was a gigantic hit for AMC in its first season. Unfortunately for fans, the season was only six episodes long, and new shows aren’t scheduled to air until next Halloween. Fortunately, we have fans like Landstrider to help us pass the time with video compilations like this one, that edits every single gruesome zombie kill  into one 69-second video.

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