All of the Bonus Features from The Dark Knight Rises Blu-Ray We've Seen So Far

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The Dark Knight Rises Blu-Ray/DVD comes out on December 4th, and while it won't contain deleted scenes or a director's cut, it will be packed with behind-the-scenes features and concept art. And, as we get closer to the release date, a few bits of those extras have ended up online.

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You can read the entire list of bonus features over at Business Insider, and some of them sound downright fantastic—especially the hour-long documentary about the history of the Batmobile, featuring Adam West.

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As for what's available online, here's what we've seen so far. If you've spotted any other Dark Knight Rises bonus features, drop a link in the comments.

A Girl's Gotta Eat: Anne Hathaway and Christopher Nolan talk Catwoman.


[via Collider]

Gameday Destruction: How the special effects team blew up the football field.


[via Collider]

Bane Concept Art:

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[via Screencrush]

Gotham's Reckoning: Tom Hardy on how he bulked up to play Bane.

[via CinemaBlend]

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Batman vs Bane: A feature about the fight between Batman and Bane (images from the shooting of the scene are embedded below:

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[via Flicks and Bits]

Return to the Batcave: What went into making the Batcave, including this time-lapse video of its construction:

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Elizabeth Zero

Is there a director's cut? Does every movie have to have a director's cut? I liked it better when "Director's cut" meant "the director's actual vision for the movie before the studio made him/her change stupid shit and made the movie bad" and not "movie plus the deleted scenes that were scrapped for a very good reason, thus making a good movie bad". *further curmudgeonly muttering as she walks away*