Anne Hathaway, Selina Kyle, Catwoman, The Dark Knight Rises

Gotham City Throws Down with Bane and Batman in The Dark Knight Rises

Anne Hathaway, Selina Kyle, Catwoman, The Dark Knight Rises

The weather might have been cold but the action was hot and heavy over the weekend on the set of The Dark Knight Rises as Batman took on Bane and the citizens of Gotham took on the police. Even Selina Kyle AKA Catwoman was prowling around the scene. The pics and vids might get a little spoilery so don’t continue if you want to be surprised.

The cast and crew for The Dark Knight Rises were filming around Manhattan, New York, and Newark, New Jersey over the weekend and the people on-location saw a considerable amount of action. The Gotham PD and the citizens of Gotham City were armed and headed towards a huge confrontation, which will no doubt look totally kick-ass on the big screen if the pics and video clips are any indication of the chaos that was going on. There’s been no word on where this part actually shows up in the film so it’s hard to tell if this the climax of the action or if things will actually get more intense.

The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises

You can also check out Just Jared and FilmMagic for a few more shots of the riot scene, as well as Batman (Christian Bale) and Bane (Tom Hardy) trading blows on Wall Street.

It looks like the weekend action included all the major players because the pics from Daily Blam show that even Anne Hathaway was on the scene at an airport in Newark, using a big, bulky coat to cover up her Catwoman outfit.

Anne Hathaway, Selina Kyle, Catwoman, The Dark Knight Rises

Anne Hathaway, Selina Kyle, Catwoman, The Dark Knight Rises

Anne Hathaway, Selina Kyle, Catwoman, The Dark Knight Rises

Check out the Gotham madness in the videos below, provided by ‘deannabreglia,’ ‘Raganork8,’ and ‘jflex.’

I didn’t think things could get any wilder after the madness unleashed by the Joker in The Dark Knight, but it looks like Christopher Nolan has pulled out all the stops in this one. I thought the introduction of Bane to the comics was awesome and his translation onto the big screen should be just as wild. No, I don’t count that other Bane that grunted and growled with Uma Thurman’s Poison Ivy because that poor sap was a joke. Tom Hardy is the real deal, no doubt about it.

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