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Yesterday, Marion Cotillard was spotted filming a scene for ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ in Pittsburgh walking out of Gotham City Hall, surrounded by some men with machine guns. She is then escorted to the Batmobile, also known as The Tumbler (source:

By the way, an official teaser for the movie was released a couple of weeks ago as well as a poster.

009 Movies > The Dark Knight Rises (2012) > On Set – Pittsburgh

  • Brett
    Posted on August 02, 2011

    Okay. She’s wearing the outfit/costume of villainous Talia al Ghul, daughter of Liam Neeson’s character in Batman Begins. You might as well take down Miranda Tate and put up Talia al Ghul. Miranda Tate is clearly an alias she uses to trick Bruce Wayne into falling for me.

  • Brett
    Posted on August 02, 2011

    I meant to write fall for her. I don’t won’t Bruce Wayne falling for me. lol

  • Brett
    Posted on August 02, 2011

    want not won’t

    I really need to proofread more carefully

  • Anna
    Posted on August 02, 2011

    Thanks for the material!! She looks lovely! I made a mistake rating the second image,sorry!! My vote was mend for 5 stars 😉

  • cassie
    Posted on August 02, 2011

    brett, while your opinion may be valid, there’s no way to be 100% sure she’ll be talia until the film comes out. you don’t have the script, and there’s no telling what context/circumstances those pics were taken under. your opinion is mere speculation, but i wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out to be true. in fact, i’m hoping she IS talia and has more of a major part than what reports seem to claim. nolan is known for being secretive and surprising, though, and i’m perfectly content to wait until 2012 to see how it all plays out on the big screen. and btw, mia, i’m loving these updates/pics! you’re doing a great job keeping us updated. 😀

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