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Exclusive 35-Image ‘The Dark Knight’ Slideshow: Director Christopher Nolan, Gary Oldman, Walk Chicago Red Carpet

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CHICAGO – This exclusive, 35-image slideshow contains original HollywoodChicago.com photography from the July 16, 2008 red carpet for “The Dark Knight” at Chicago’s Navy Pier. Our full review of the film by critic Adam Fendelman can be read here.

You can either click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photo credits for this slideshow go to professional Chicago photographer Kris Kasperek of iKLiKphoto.

  1. thedarkknight_chicago1.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  2. thedarkknight_chicago2.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  3. thedarkknight_chicago3.jpg: A Chicago interpretation of the Joker
  4. thedarkknight_chicago4.jpg: A Chicago interpretation of the Joker
  5. thedarkknight_chicago5.jpg: A Chicago interpretation of the Joker
  6. thedarkknight_chicago6.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  7. thedarkknight_chicago7.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  8. thedarkknight_chicago8.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  9. thedarkknight_chicago9.jpg: Batman fans on the red carpet
  10. thedarkknight_chicago10.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  11. thedarkknight_chicago11.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  12. thedarkknight_chicago12.jpg: Chin Han plays Lau in “The Dark Knight”
  13. thedarkknight_chicago13.jpg: Chin Han (left) plays Lau in “The Dark Knight”
  14. thedarkknight_chicago14.jpg: Chin Han plays Lau in “The Dark Knight”
  15. thedarkknight_chicago15.jpg: Michael Caine plays Alfred Pennyworth in “The Dark Knight”
  16. thedarkknight_chicago16.jpg: Michael Caine plays Alfred Pennyworth in “The Dark Knight”
  17. thedarkknight_chicago17.jpg: Michael Caine plays Alfred Pennyworth in “The Dark Knight”
  18. thedarkknight_chicago18.jpg: Michael Caine (left) with CIFF founder Michael Kutza
  19. thedarkknight_chicago19.jpg: Michael Caine plays Alfred Pennyworth in “The Dark Knight”
  20. thedarkknight_chicago20.jpg: Unknown
  21. thedarkknight_chicago21.jpg: Unknown
  22. thedarkknight_chicago22.jpg: Unknown
  23. thedarkknight_chicago23.jpg: Gary Oldman (center) plays Lt. James Gordon in the film
  24. thedarkknight_chicago24.jpg: Gary Oldman plays Lt. James Gordon in “The Dark Knight”
  25. thedarkknight_chicago25.jpg: Gary Oldman plays Lt. James Gordon in “The Dark Knight”
  26. thedarkknight_chicago26.jpg: Gary Oldman plays Lt. James Gordon in “The Dark Knight”
  27. thedarkknight_chicago27.jpg: Gary Oldman plays Lt. James Gordon in “The Dark Knight”
  28. thedarkknight_chicago28.jpg: Gary Oldman plays Lt. James Gordon in “The Dark Knight”
  29. thedarkknight_chicago29.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet in Chicago on July 16, 2008
  30. thedarkknight_chicago30.jpg: “The Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan (right)
  31. thedarkknight_chicago31.jpg: “The Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan
  32. thedarkknight_chicago32.jpg: “The Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan (right)
  33. thedarkknight_chicago33.jpg: “The Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan (right)
  34. thedarkknight_chicago34.jpg: Christopher Nolan (second from right) with his wife
  35. thedarkknight_chicago35.jpg: “The Dark Knight” red carpet at Chicago’s Navy Pier
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