Amongst the Dark Knight premier videos, a slew of video interviews with the cast and crew have popped up, much to our delight. This embedded 20 video playlist also features Gary Oldman on the Conan O’Brien show and The View.
Many thanks to the YouTube user falconunderground that has been staying on top of these as best possible.
Wow, I just can’t stop posting videos today. I’ve already provided some video highlights of Christian Bale on the “Black carpet” at the premier, however enough videos have popped up for me to make a dedicated post — please find below an 18 video playlist of Dark Knight premier videos!
The videos feature Aaron Eckhart, Christian Bale, Maggie Gyllenhaal interviews amongst others, as well as television studio features from Fox, the BBC and Associated Press:
Last night was the end of the CFB countdown, as two live video feeds were posted to the Citizens for Batman website and crowds gathered at the two locations in New York and Chicago. Fans that turned up for the event received Gotham Times newspapers and a collection of CFB goodies, including T-shirts.
Participants were given Domino’s pizza boxes that contained code words and clues to a locked box in a secret location. At this box more clues were uncovered, leading to a 2-way radio, with which directions were given to a specific spot for the perfect view of The Dark Knight bat signal, projected onto the Woolworth building and Sears tower.
/Film have also posted their report, relaying some off the bad feelings and hindrances that surrounded the poorly executed Chicago event.
One year ago, some very lucky people had the opportunity to watch the first clips of The Dark Knight at Wizard World 07. It took 12 months, but now that footage is available on youTube for all to see, enjoy:
This Swedish preview for The Dark Knight contains some new Joker footage we haven’t yet seen. Some forewarning, the voiceover is in Swedish but I think we get the gist, anyway, most of you are fluent in Swedish — right?
The Gotham City Pizzeria updated when all pizzas were delivered to include a subtle “Ha Ha Ha” link via the HA in Gotham. This takes you to www.whysoserious.com/myhero/ — here a video plays. “I thought you were dead”. We have our first TwoFace video!