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New 'Dark Knight Rises' Trailer, What Does Bane Say and Nolan's Robin Easter Egg

So if you went to check out Mission: Impossible in IMAX this past weekend, you got a look at The Dark Knight Rises prologue. Those of you who went to see Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows or went to a prologue-less IMAX Mission: Impossible at least got a glimpse at the trailer. There's plenty of shaky illegal camera footage floating around the web that the folks at Warner Bros. will undoubtedly be cleaning up over the next few days, but here you can watch the full second trailer without the threat of the Warner Bros. legal department breathing down your neck.

But before we jump into the trailer, there are a few tidbits. Most have already figured out what Bane says in this new trailer but for those laying their eyes on this for the first time, you may miss the grumbly dialogue spoken by Tom Hardy. "When Gotham is in ashes, you have my permission to die," are the words spoken by the lead villain in this final Nolan Batman movie. For those who watched the prologue but couldn't figure out his dialogue, here's the full script, courtesy of WWTDD.
 
Finally, in an exercise in over-scrutinaization, the folks over at CosmicBookNews spotted a possible nudge at an appearance by Robin. Granted this is all speculation, but the site reasons that the "R" font shown during the football sequence is different from the rest of the letters and looks like Robin's "R" logo.
 
OK, enough of this, let's get to the trailer, which features dialogue spoken by Bane, our first good look at Anne Hathaway's Catwoman, a shot of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward running for the end zone!
 
 

 
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