The new adverts for ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ could cost more than £1 billion

The new trailer for ‘Batman Rises’, starring Christopher Nolan, opens this week, and there’s already talk of its costing more than the movie itself.

But according to a report by the US news website Variety, it could actually be more.

“In the new trailer, the Dark Knight rises from the ashes of the last film in a trilogy of sequels and a prequel,” the report says.

“It also features a cameo by actor Jason Statham, the former ‘Game of Thrones’ star who plays The Joker.

It’s also likely to get more publicity than the original film, which earned $6 billion worldwide. “

The trailer is expected to make the biggest splash, as it is the first time the character has been seen in the big screen without Nolan, and is expected by many to cost more.

“When the trailer was released in December, it became clear that Warner Bros was worried that the franchise would become a one-hit wonder. “

“But if Nolan is still in the movie, then the studio is probably more concerned about a second film.” “

It says that, even if the trailer doesn’t turn out to be worth more than Batman’s original trilogy, it’s still more than enough to justify the cost of a sequel. “

But if Nolan is still in the movie, then the studio is probably more concerned about a second film.”

It says that, even if the trailer doesn’t turn out to be worth more than Batman’s original trilogy, it’s still more than enough to justify the cost of a sequel.

Variety suggests that the original movie, which opened in 2005, made $1.3 billion at the global box office.

That’s just a fraction of the film’s worldwide gross of $9.8bn, and it was released to a mixed reception.

The film was a huge hit, grossing $2bn in China alone, with $2 billion of that coming in just over two weeks.

But that success didn’t translate to domestic box office success.

The trailer was criticised by critics for not giving audiences enough of a chance to experience the Joker, and for not being as dark and gritty as Nolan’s films.

The sequel, which was released later this year, is expected with a budget of $1bn, which could be significantly more.

Warner Bros has also been criticised for the marketing campaign for ‘Warner Bros’, the movie that opened in April 2017.

The advert, which is being sold online for a price of $75,000 (£43,000), is about the idea of a superhero film that’s not based on any comic book or superhero comic book.

It features a picture of Batman standing in front of a statue of a super-powered man, who is holding a sign that reads: “The Man of Steel.

No Man is Dead.

No Batman is Dead.”

Warner Bros. says it wants the film to have a more positive message, saying that, “We have a very simple message: ‘Don’t be afraid to say no to bullies.'”

But Variety claims that Warner Brothers’ marketing campaign has been criticised in some quarters.

One commenter on Variety’s website said: “This ad is about how to be the best Batman.

You can say no if you want.

But we can see this guy’s face and we know that he has a heart of gold.

He’s got a smile on his face and he loves what he does.”

Warner Brothers has yet to respond to Variety’s claims.