The New Dark Knight Trailer Is Here!

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by | May 5, 2008 | Comments

While you were busy catching multiple showings of Iron Man over the weekend, the second full-length trailer for The Dark Knight made its long-awaited official debut.

The trailer — now available at WhySoSerious — had already surfaced online in bootleg form, but those versions disappeared almost as soon as they were posted, and anyway, who needs to bother with bootlegs when you’ve got the real thing just a click away?

Not as heavy on the bang-up action of the first trailer, this clip lays some of the groundwork for the real meat of The Dark Knight‘s story, giving more screen time to Aaron Eckhart’s crusading district attorney Harvey Dent (while still giving Heath Ledger plenty of room to shine). To see it for yourself, follow the link below!


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