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Batman 3 Dark Knight Rises Filmed Ra’s al Ghul
Many good films go full circle with their plot lines. They end where they began. For instance, who can forget when The Matrix ended at the Heart O’ The City Hotel, with Neo being shot in the hall? When the film opens, Trinity is kicking major butt within one of the old rooms. Likewise, many fans have wondered if Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy would finish off with some input from the villain Ra’s al Ghul. If anyone knows, it would be actor, Liam Neeson.
The action star, soon to appear in the man versus beast survival epic, The Grey, was recently quoted on the topic of Batman 3 via ShowBizSpy. And speaking of spies, Neeson proves he can be just as secretive as the best of them.
“I can tell you nothing about Dark Knight Rises, seriously,” says a quite eloquent Neeson. The project is so hush-hush, that even though Neeson was on the set of The Dark Knight Rises for about an hour and a half, Nolan offered Neeson very little about plot or anything else. So, being in the movie, doesn’t even guarantee an inside track, but, hey, now we know Ra’s will appear in some fashion or another. I just hope it isn’t for a flashback. Maybe he’ll pop up to say “I told you so…”
In the comics, and in my current obsession, Batman: Arkham City, Ra’s is an immortal, bent on annihilating most of humanity to start over in a better world. His daughter, Talia, is said to be one of the only women Batman has ever truly loved. In Batman Begins, however, Neeson’s Ra’s is the seemingly more mortal head of the League of Shadows. He mentors Bruce Wayne under the identity of Henri Ducard. They part ways when Bruce refuses to take a life.