Comcast have posted some more exclusive videos — this time interviews with Gary Oldman, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Christopher Nolan, Christian Bale and Aaron Eckhart. On top of this there is a behind the scenes look at Gotham Knight.
I also forgot to mention some of their other exclusive featurettes which are available in standard and high definition. I’ve included links to the high definition versions for ease, streaming was being a bit slow for me earlier.
A short while back we mentioned that the History Channel would be airing an hour long feature on the history of Batman, come July 16th. This documentary, entitled “Batman Unmasked — The Psychology of The Dark Knight”, aired last night and has promptly been uploaded to YouTube in five parts, strung together in the playlist below — catch it while you can:
YouTube user Directorian has posted a video of The Dark Knight gala which took place in Chicago. Whilst the gala featured a screening of the movie, this video only shows us the introduction with the stars along with the Visionary Award 2008 — which went to Christopher Nolan.
In his acceptance speech Nolan explains why he chose to shoot in Chicago and a little bit about his experiences with shooting in the IMAX format, before thanking the WB and of course his mom.
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:
It seems like this is the story many television stations are picking up and running with, it’s a little bit early for us fans to determine whether Heath should be considered for an Oscar or not (with the exception of those already lucky enough to have seen the movie), but the signs are certainly encouraging — from what we have seen and heard and from what the critics tell us. Below are a selection of videos echoing the distinct possibility of a posthumous Oscar nomination — it would be the first win in thirty years (EDIT: Correcting 30 years fact, thanks Nick):
Mainstream television/video features covering The Dark Knight/Batman/Heath Ledger are popping up all over the place as we approach the much anticipated released of the movie. Here’s a new feature to quickly get your teeth into, by ReelzChannel: