The Dark Knight Rises Cut Scene Featured More Of Bane's Origin
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While there still seems to be a bit of confusion about how Bane gets his mask in The Dark Knight Rises, the film actually explains the circumstances very well. While it does get a bit messy because Bruce Wayne confuses Bane and Talia as the son/daughter of Ra's al Ghul, basically what happened is that after Talia became imprisoned in the pit, Bane made it his responsibility to protect her. One day Bane gives Talia a boost up the wall so that she can try and make her escape, but Bane is savagely beaten by the other prisoners. The doctor living in the pit, who became hooked on his own medications, tried to repair Bane's incredible injuries through surgery, but ended up leaving him in constant, horrible pain. When Talia and her father return for the other prisoners in the pit, Ra's al Ghul gave Bane the mask to help dull the pain, but rejected him from the League of Shadows because he reminded the leader too much of the horrible death he led his love to. This story was well explained to audiences that we paying attention, but apparently there was a scene cut from the movie that went into Bane's origin even more.
Vulture recently discovered an interview with Dark Knight Rises costume director Lindy Hemming in GQ and during the interview she incidentally described a scene that didn't actually make it into the final cut of the movie (she hadn't had the chance to see it before the interview. Below is her description of the deleted scene:
Despite Hemming's assurance that they wouldn't get rid of the scene, when the interviewer told her that the scene wasn't in the movie she said, ""Well that's an awful shame, but I suppose you have to cut things. I won't elaborate on it too much, because it isn't in the film, but there was another section that showed you why he had the mask and where it came from."
We can expect The Dark Knight Rises to be available on Blu-ray and DVD sometime this fall and with any luck this will be a sequence featured in the deleted scenes section (though it's worth noting that neither The Dark Knight nor Batman Begins included them). Here's hoping!
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