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Dark Knight Rises New Viral Reveals Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Character

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character, John Blake, is a cop with a strong work record.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: July 5th, 2012 in Culture » Film » News

Dark Knight Rises New Viral Reveals Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Character

The Dark Knight Rises is set to hit theatres in just a couple weeks. As the July 20th date nears, more clues are being released virally about plot and characters. The newest viral information, released by SuperHeroHype, comes in the form of a Gotham Police Department annual officer performance review and evaluation.

John Blake, the police offer portrayed by Gordon-Levitt, receives raves reviews on his evaluation, scoring mostly 4’s and 5’s out of 5. In the written section of the review, his evaluator states that “Officer Blake shows great dedication and tenacity” and explains that “He made an impact in his assigned beat by building effective associations within the local community.”

The evaluation finishes saying Gotham City “needs more officers like him.”

The viral marketing company behind the newest Batman installment is brilliant, giving little snippets at a time into heroes, villains, and plot.

The Dark Knight Rises starring Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, and Anne Hathaway, has already sold out its’ premiere date in cities internationally. Check back for our review in a couple weeks.

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