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New Dark Knight Rises footage reveals a better voice for Bane! [Dark Knight Rises]

Despite reports that Chris Nolan would not be cleaning up the mumbles from the supervillain Bane in the Dark Knight Rises, a new sizzle reel presented at Cinema Con showed off a much, much clearer Tom Hardy, according to multiple reports. Meanwhile, check out a whole new crop of promo shots, with a badass-looking Batman and an extremely hairless Bane duking it out. More »
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