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The Dark Knight Rises Trailer

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We deserve this. After a four year gap since The Dark Knight and a flurry of hype, including the recently released teaser poster, we've been rather impatient for footage.

Finally, the non-bootlegged trailer is here and it's well worth the wait. Just try and watch this without shaking a bit in your seat.

The film hits cinemas July 20th 2012. That's a year away. Yes, it hurts us too.

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