It seems Warner Bros. has kicked off its viral campaign for The Dark Knight Rises with a fake CIA "bulletin" for a missing Russian scientist named "Leonid Pavel." The mug shot appears to be actor Alon Aboutboul, although it isn't known how this ties into The Dark Knight Rises story line. Another CIA "document" reveals a redacted transcript, which also relates to the "missing" Dr. Pavel. Take a look at these new viral clues below.
It is said these documents are clues to, "a major cultural event," which could be The Dark Knight Rises prologue attached to IMAX prints of Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol on December 16. We'll be sure to keep you posted on any further information about this viral campaign for The Dark Knight Rises as soon as we have more information.
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