The viral campaign for The Dark Knight still shows no signs of slowing down, with this latest e-mail sent to those who registered with

The e-mail states:

A lot of things in a campaign look differently from the inside. Take the current media wildfire. Now, there's not a shred of evidence linking Harvey Dent to any questionable behavior. But the media is creating such a ruckus that from the outside, it's impossible to see anything else.

Well, I can tell all of you that the Dent campaign is still going strong. We're still committed to bringing Harvey Dent's message of change to every corner of this city.

Harvey Dent is not letting the smear campaign impact our campaign. He's continuing to do what a candidate does -- and he's continuing to lead the charge against the corruption that's destroying our city.

So rest assured -- this campaign is not over. Indeed, it has hardly begun. We WILL take Gotham back.

Allan Cypes

Media Manager, Dent for DA

But wait! There's more! On itself, the site has been updated to talk about a new press conference being held to disprove the "slanderous accusations."

The site says:


Harvey Dent realizes that the slanderous and untrue charges trumped up by a mysterious group never seen before in Gotham politics has distracted from the real issues facing Gotham - how to make our city safe again and fight the crime and corruption that is endangering our future. I Believe In Harvey Dent will hold a press conference on Sunday, April 13th at 3:00 pm (EDT) for an important announcement regarding the campaign. The audio of this event will be streamed live on this website.

It looks like we're still in for a lot of fun from the viral campaign for The Dark Knight.

The Dark Knight opens on July 18, 2008, and stars Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman, Aaron Eckhart and Maggie Gylenhall.