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You can stop, Batman. Anytime you want, you can stop releasing really vague imagrey from ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’ You guys heard of this movie? Christopher Nolan is directing it? The threequel to ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight?’ Christian … Continue reading ?
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