Unfortunately not featuring anything other than a black screen and some sort of sound clip of music and some very Gladiator styled chanting, but the official site is now online and active…
The official website for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises is now officially online and unfortunately it features almost literally nothing. The last couple days the site has been going through different stages 404′ing, 403′ing, redirecting to “thedarkknightrises.warnerbros.com” and at one point redirecting people directly to the Warner Bros. website.
When you first open the page you’re brought to a completely black page and you can hear some sort of sound clip of chanting among some other noises/music. It sounds very Gladiator like in my opinion. If you click the black screen you’ll be brought directly to the sound clip. The voice is saying something however I cant quite make out what it is so maybe you guys will have better luck with it.
Be sure to check back for updates on the site as I’m sure it wont be much longer now. [Click the image below to be taken to the site]
Thanks to the amazing detective skills of the people over at the SHH forums, we know a little more about the sound file. Someone put it through an audio editor and clicked “Show Spectrum” and here are the results.
It’s a hastag for Twitter that reads #TheFireRises
The Dark Knight Rises stars Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Marion Cotillard, Josh Pence, Nestor Carbonell, & Michael Caine, and is expected to hit theaters July 20th 2012.
Paramount & Marvel Studios have finally unleashed the first look at Joe Johnston’s Captain America: The First Avenger movie in action, in the official Super Bowl Spot; revealing pre-Cap, Red Skull, Howling Commandos & more. Check it out!
Behold! The first long-awaited look at Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger movie in action, has unveiled in the midst of the 45th annual Super Bowl. Courtesy of Yahoo, check out the thirty-second spot & all it’s patriotic glory below. And for Apple HD, click HERE, Or switch the resolution in the video below. And embed even lower, are notable screengrabs.
Epic! Captain America: The First Avenger hits July 22, in 3D!
Check out the first issue of this comic set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which ties directly in to the Captain America movie…
There will be 8 issues in total. Click on the image below to start reading!
Written by Fred Van Lente , the comics will feature work from various artists.
Thanks to comicbookmovie for the heads up.
And Last but not least:
The official site for Captain America: The First Avenger has gone live tonight and they’re offering a wider, hi-res wallpaper of the image released in the poster and a series of other links…
Born during the Great Depression, Steve Rogers grew up a frail youth in a poor family. Horrified by the newsreel footage of the Nazis in Europe, Rogers was inspired to enlist in the army. However, because of his frailty and sickness, he was rejected. Overhearing the boy’s earnest plea, General Chester Phillips offered Rogers the opportunity to take part in a special experiment… Operation: Rebirth. After weeks of tests, Rogers was at last administered the ‘Super-Soldier Serum’ and bombarded by ‘vita-rays.’ Steve Rogers emerged from the treatment with a body as perfect as a body can be and still be human. Rogers was then put through an intensive physical and tactical training program. Three months later, he was given his first assignment as Captain America. Armed with his indestructible shield and and battle savvy, Captain America has continued his war against evil both as a sentinel of liberty and leader of the Avengers.
Just click on either of the following wallpapers to view them in their full size! Also, be sure to head on over to the site for an explosive opening and the chance to download the comic book!
Captain America: The First Avenger is set to be released on July 22, later this year!
The cable giant has officially dipped its toes into the coming streaming-video war by launching “the free online portion of its Xfinity TV service,” giving all 23 million or so Comcast subscribers the ability to get video on-demand online. The site offers access to all four major networks, the premium channels, and the entire roster of basic cable, along with movies. That’s 150,000 videos, and the message to Hulu and Netflix is clear: your move. [Variety]