"Dark Knight" Spies Reveal an Old Enemy!

by | June 22, 2007 | Comments

To those who were wondering if the Scarecrow character is coming back for "The Dark Knight," it seems like we have some very good news…

Thanks to Christopher Nolan‘s creepy approach and Cillian Murphy‘s fantastic performance, I found the Scarecrow to be one of the most fascinating characters in "Batman Begins." (And I know I’m not alone in that opinion.)

Although they’ve probably been trying to keep the news on the down-low, it seems like a Chicago-based movie spy was able to snap a picture of someone who really looks a lot like … The Scarecrow! He’s back! Maybe!

Then again it could just be a guy with a bag on his head. Guess we won’t know until next summer. Or Nolan gives us a news scoop. Either way, I can’t freakin’ wait to see "The Dark Knight."

Source: SuperheroHype.com

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