17 Behind The Scenes Pictures From The Dark Knight (Don't Miss The Joker)

Relive the epic Batman film.

17 Behind The Scenes Pictures From The Dark Knight (Don't Miss The Joker)
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The Dark Knight is regarded as one of the best movies ever made in the Hollywood industry. Many directors have tried to capture the life of the Caped Crusader, but only a few of them have come close to what Christopher Nolan did with his Dark Knight Trilogy. The most popular and loved movie in the trilogy was its second part, The Dark Knight and the reason behind its success was Joker that was portrayed by Heath Ledger. When I first saw Heath Ledger in Joker's shoes, I was shocked and happy at the same time. It was like he reinvented the famous Batman villain. 

The movie was a hit as expected but Heath Ledger was not there to see its success because of his departure from the world before the release of the film. The movie won many accolades and set a standard for the future Batman movies featuring Joker.

Recently the new movie on Caped Crusader starring Ben Affleck, 'The Batman' was announced, and it is expected to release in 2018 (not confirmed yet). So to celebrate the arrival of new solo Batman movie's arrival we take a look at behind the scenes of the best Batman movie ever made, 'The Dark Knight.'

Time for rehearsals.

Time for rehearsals.

It is not easy to tackle SWAT members, so Batman practised a lot before the shooting of end scenes of the film.

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Jim Gordon alive!

Jim Gordon alive!
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One of the most exciting and heart stopping scenes where Joker was finally trapped and none other but dead Jim Gordon caught him.

The breakup scene between Batman and Fox.

The breakup scene between Batman and Fox.
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Batman has always tried to protect Gotham City in every means possible, but in this scene, Fox did not agree with his decision and told him about leaving the Wayne Enterprises.

Batman with no head gear.

Batman with no head gear.
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Christopher Nolan's expression can give you a hint about the seriousness of the scene.

Where is Christopher Nolan?

Where is Christopher Nolan?
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Caped Crusader trying his hand at directing. I never knew about the fact that Christian Bale likes direction.

The opening scene.

The opening scene.
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This is the first time when we all saw the makeup of Joker in the movie.

Just before a big jump.

Just before a big jump.
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We all know what happens next, the Batman jumps and spreads his wing in mid air before crashing into the window of Lau's company.

That angry expression from Christian Bale.

That angry expression from Christian Bale.
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The way Batman delivers Lau to Commissioner Gordon is truly hilarious.

Christopher Nolan and Morgan Freeman.

Christopher Nolan and Morgan Freeman.
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Lucius Fox disappointed Lau and helped Batman in executing his kidnapping plan.

Two-Face finally revealed.

Two-Face finally revealed.
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Well, the revelation of Harvey Dent's burned face in the movie was one of the most frightening scenes because of the way his face was shown. 

The first meeting of Joker and Batman

The first meeting of Joker and Batman
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This is how Batman welcomed Joker in his party.

The famous confrontation scene.

The famous confrontation scene.
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Heath Ledger asked Christian Bale to beat him in real during this confrontation scene.

Psychopaths never get bored.

Psychopaths never get bored.
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The way Joker sent his message to Batman was amazing as well as frightening.

One of my favourite scenes from the movie.

One of my favourite scenes from the movie.
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It is tough to find people who did not love Joker's nurse impersonation.

"I own the place."

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That's how Bruce Wayne rolls. Even Harvey Dent was shocked the way Bruce bought the hotel.

Alfred is all ears.

Alfred is all ears.
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Sir Michael Caine, Christian Bale, and Christopher Nolan discussing in the basement of Bruce Wayne's mansion.

"Very poor choice of words."

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Batman would've regretted his words, and this is how Joker made him pay for it.

I hope you liked these pictures!