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Postering Gotham City For The Dark Knight Rises

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4 Responses to “Postering Gotham City For The Dark Knight Rises”

  1. GradyTripp says:

    Awesome. People are going to go nuts for this movie. Love this poster — it’s different and still gets the tone across.

  2. Bill Stamets says:

    Know who designed it? Does name of designer ever appear somewhere on a movie poster, presumably in a nano font? If various guilds and unions negotiate rules for placing names of their members in credits and posters, I wonder who represents comparable interests of poster designers in contract negotiations, when the poster is not made in-house.

  3. Aaron says:

    This poster has me wondering if Nolan is somehow going to incorporate the “No Man’s Land” arc where Gotham suffers a devastating earthquake…

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