To celebrate the final instalment of Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated Batman movie franchise "The Dark Knight Rises", The Galleries in Sydney on George Street is featuring an unique once in a lifetime exhibition in conjunction with Warner Bros. Pictures. The exhibit will be located on the ground floor of The Galleries in the month of July and is an Australian exclusive. It will feature never before seen images, concept artwork and behind the scenes photos from all three movies in the much acclaimed trilogy; Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises.
Director Christopher Nolan has recently revealed that there will be no references to the Joker in the new film, out of respect for the marvellous performance of Heath Ledger and the legacy he left behind after prematurely finishing his career with The Dark Knight. This provides the perfect opportunity for Sydneysiders to re-live what is possibly the greatest performance ever from an Australian actor in a film role. Also keep your eyes out for sessions of the first two films in the trilogy, that will be part of a double feature in selected cinemas around town on Wednesday July 18th, the night before The Dark Knight Rises cinema release. This will most likely be your last chance to see all three movies on the big screen.
Revellers to the exhibit will also get the chance to see the very same Lamborghini that Bruce Wayne drives around Gotham City, which has been custom-made for the third instalment of the film franchise. The Lamborghini is known as the Avendator 2012.
To add to the brilliant exhibit, 300 custom-made 3D bats will be scattered from the glass ceilings of The Galleries in a display reminiscent of the Bat Cave itself. Visitors to The Galleries will have the opportunity to win tickets to the Sydney premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in a chauffer driven Aventador Lamborghini 2012. Shoppers will also be rewarded for spending $70 or more at the centre, by being given double passes to see The Dark Knight Rises. And best of all the exhibit is free.