The final moments of Christopher Nolan's Batman sequel is so secretive that only five people on the production know all the details.
The owner of the Batman film rights has written a new memoir entitled The Boy Who Loved Batman, and tells all about the future of this popular franchise.
The Dark Knight Rises executive producer Michael E. Uslan hints that the latest incarnation of Bruce Wayne may head to theaters after Christopher Nolan's trilogy.
Christopher Nolan's third and final Batman tale was shooting this explosive scene on Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles Sunday night.
Gary Oldman has a confrontation with a Gotham City Police officer on the set of Christopher Nolan's last Batman adventure.
The actress addresses the speculation that her character Miranda Tate is just an alias for Talia al Ghul.
Anne Hathaway is also spotted on the Downtown Los Angeles set of Christopher Nolan's superhero sequel.
In other Batman news, actress Juno Temple's character is revealed to be Catwoman's sidekick Holly Robinson.
Catwoman and Batman take their relationship to new levels in this XXX rated look at Christopher Nolan's final Bat adventure.
Lucius Fox is spotted for the first time as Christopher Nolan brings his final Batman adventure to California.
Batman's new Tumbler also makes an appearance in this scene from the Pittsburgh set of Christopher Nolan's superhero sequel.
Artist Alexander Stojanov hand-draws an amazing poster utilizing some of the new characters from Christopher Nolan's final Batman opus.
There is also plenty of new video footage from the departed set that offers another look at the Batmobile Tumblers.
The actress shows off her vocal skills while venting some of her frustrations from the set out on Conan.
The actor takes the football field in full costume during the Pittsburgh shoot on Christopher Nolan's Batman adventure.
Get a closer look at some of the shooting that happened in the downtown Pittsburgh set of the latest Batman feature.
Half of Bruce Wayne's new vehicle is demolished after going off course and crashing into a street lamp.
A better view of Bruce Wayne's new flying vehicle is spotted on the streets of Pittsburgh.
More set photos of Bruce Wayne's Batwing have also arrived from the Pittsburgh set of Christopher Nolan's latest Batman saga.