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As one of the greatest comic book adaptations of all time, as one of the biggest blockbusters of the 21st century regardless of genre, and arguably one of the best movies to come out since the 2000s, depending on who you ask. Different, but audiences never tire of Christopher Nolan’s originality dark Knight.
It may be the first time in 14 years since the acclaimed middle stage Batman Although the trilogy was a hit in theaters, fans continue to celebrate it from the rooftops, with everything from Heath Ledger’s legendary Joker to its impact on big-budget Hollywood filmmaking, and it’s part of the cultural conversation. We continue to be at the forefront.
But Hong Kong crowds don’t get the chance to see dark Knight It was shown outdoors for enjoyment after a scheduled screening was reportedly canceled by a government order due to fears of violence.street bloomberga notice of the intended Oct. 27 event said that DC’s epic had expired “based on instructions from the Hong Kong Government Office for the Management of Films, Newspapers and Articles.”
Part of dark Knight It was also filmed in Hong Kong, although it was not approved for release in mainland China. The party’s official position is that PG-13 caper violence is “not appropriate” for outdoor screenings, but that fact cannot be overlooked. US-backed productions weren’t the flavor of the month China and its various allies could be talking for a long time.
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