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Film News: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ to Transform London’s Osterley Park Into Wayne Maynor

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Osterley Park in West London on May 28, 2011.


Updated: May 29, 2011 at 11:57 a.m. (added images four through seven)
CHICAGO – We reported a week ago that “The Dark Knight Rises” may transform the West London mansion Osterley Park into the film’s Wayne Maynor. While this hasn’t yet been officially confirmed by Warner Bros., we now have enough information to unofficially confirm this rumor.

Film News: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Casts Matt Modine as Nixon, Tom Conti, Joey King

The Dark Knight Rises casts Matt Modine, Tom Conti and Joey King

CHICAGO – On the same day the Batman world was set ablaze by the launch of “The Dark Knight Rises” viral marketing (where the villain Bane was revealed), Variety on Friday had fun by misleadingly breaking the news of a “joker” being cast in the highly anticipated 2012 film.

Film News: Israeli Actor Alon Aboutboul Cast in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ as Mad Scientist

CHICAGO – News surfaced yesterday in Hebrew that Israeli actor Alon Aboutboul has been cast in “The Dark Knight Rises” as a mad scientist, but embarrassingly, this reporter only went to “American Hebrew school” and can’t actually understand Hebrew.

Film News: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Sees Snowballed Budget of $250 Million

The Dark Knight Rises with Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures

CHICAGO – While Christopher Nolan is busy preparing for the imminent “The Dark Knight Rises” shoot at St. John Street in London following filming in India, the suits back in the U.S. are butting heads over the business of the expected cash cow and who’s going to get fat from it.

Exclusive: New Set Details From ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Security at St. John Street in London

Latest update: Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 3:05 p.m.
CHICAGO (Exclusive) – Batman filming fever is back in full swing. Now that director Christopher Nolan has wrapped his first filming location for “The Dark Knight Rises” in Jodhpur, India, the master of mystery is busy preparing for his shoot next week at St. John Street in London.

Film News: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Moves Filming From India to St. John Street in London

Latest update: Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 3:05 p.m.
CHICAGO – Following our report on Saturday that filming for “The Dark Knight Rises” began in Jodhpur, India with set photos that leaked from there, it has now been confirmed that director Christopher Nolan and his henchmen have moved filming to St. John Street in London.

Film News: As ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Begins Filming, First Set Image Leaks

The Dark Knight Rises leaked set picture in Jodhpur, India (zoomed in)

Latest update: Monday, May 9, 2011 at 4:45 p.m.
CHICAGO (potential spoiler alert) – This weekend, three news gems surfaced on the highly anticipated “The Dark Knight Rises”. First, filming officially began on May 6, 2011 in Jodhpur, India. Second, fan spies have already snapped and leaked the first official set image: an enigmatic green pool.

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