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'The Dark Knight Rises' to Premiere at San Diego Comic-Con (July 12-15, 2012)?

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Source: Beforethetrailer.com

Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises” is one of the most anticipated movies ever. By now, all of “The Dark Knight Rises” fans know that the film comes out on July 20th.

But what a lot of people are forgetting is that the world’s largest comic-book convention (San Diego Comic-con) will occur one week before from July 12-15 in San Diego.

It makes perfect sense since World Premiere’s typical occur about a week before the release that “The Dark Knight Rises” would premiere as a thank you to all of the loyal fans of comic-book and the Christoper Nolan series. By chance there happens to be an imax movie theater right by the convention center.

What are your thoughts on this?

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San Diego is my

San Diego is my favorite town!!!

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Would make sense. But if there’s anything we know about Nolan, it’s that we know nothing about Nolan and he’s always got tricks up his sleeve.

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