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Liam Neeson confirms cameo in The Dark Knight Rises

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It's been at least a few hours since we heard something new about The Dark Knight Rises and about five minutes since we last got unbearably excited about the impending release.

But here's something a little bit interesting.

While doing press for the man vs wolves thriller The Grey, Liam Neeson let slip that he has filmed a scene for the Batman sequel. As you'll remember, he played key villain Ra's al Ghul in Batman Begins who died at the end. Or did he etc etc?

"I can tell you nothing about Dark Knight Rises, seriously," Neeson told ShowbizSpy. "I was on set for maybe an hour-and-a-half and the director didn’t tell me anything of what it's about. So, I'm being very honest when I say I have no idea what's going to happen."

It's already been spoiled that his daughter Talia Al Ghul will be played by 13-year-old Joey King and she's yet to be executed by Warner Bros for revealing this.

"I play young Talia al Ghul," she told My Entertainment World. "I can't give too much away because I promised Mr. Nolan I wouldn't say anything. There are too many secrets about the character and the movie."

Start. Speculating. Now.

The Dark Knight Rises will be in cinemas July 20th

(Image: All Star)

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