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India, July 9 -- To call The Dark Knight Rises one of the most anticipated films of 2012 would be a major understatement. The move is the final film in Christopher Nolan's adaptation of the caped crusader. The feature shows some behind the scenes actions and interviews from the star cast that includes Christian Bale who dons the role of Brucey boy and Batman, Tom Hardy is the lead antagonist - Bane. We also have the luscious Anne Hathaway who plays Selina Kyle a.k.a. Catwoman.

The behind the scene shows some epic moments from the film as well as the journey of the making of the new Batman movie. Beware, the video has some spoilers pertaining to the movie.

Wayne Manor is rebuilt in the third film and we will see a more high-tech bat cave in the film.

In the past, Christopher Nolan showed off a 6-minute prologue that introduced us to Bane and the biggest criticism was that the voice was very muffled and couldn't be understood. Thankfully, the voice work has been redone and is now crystal clear.

In the comic books, Bane is the super villain who breaks Batman's back and in the trailer of the film we see Bane throwing a broken Batman mask. Could this comic book phenomenon make a translation into the film?

Could the trilogy end at a cliffhanger? We never saw the dead body of Ra's al Ghul at the end of Batman Begins and the star cast of the movie (Dark Knight Rises) includes Joey King who will take on the role of a young Talia al Ghul.

All the suspense will be put to rest when the Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20, 2012.

Fun fact: A part of the film was shot in India.

Enjoy the 13-minute feature below!

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