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Grey Gargoyle

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: My theories about the female characters of Dark Knight Rises
Posted: Fri May 11, 2012 at 08:04:37 am EDT (Viewed 447 times)


Hello,

Marion Cotillard has recently confirmed to THR that, contrary to some fans' belief, she does not play Talia
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/marion-cotillard-dark-knight-rises-rust-bone-321515?page=2

Joey King has said to My entertainment World that she plays a young Talia al Ghul
http://www.myentertainmentworld.ca/2012/01/exclusive-interview-joey-king


If one of them is wrong, then :
(1) Miranda Tate could be an adult Talia al Ghul
or
(2) Joey King could play a young girl who is not Talia al Ghul but another character (for example, a young Selina Kyle or somebody else.)

Nota Bene : it is possible that Christopher Nolan may have found a way to protect his movie's conclusion by not telling the whole truth to the actresses.

If they are both saying the truth, Miranda Tate is not Talia al Ghul but, nevertheless a young Talia al Ghul will appear in the movie.

If both are right, then, what could be possible ?

(1) The first theory (logical but no mystery ?) :
Bane knew Talia and she died when they were both young, a collateral damage of the accident which left Bane with a mask.
Thus, Talia's death is Bane's "failure", like Rachel Dawes' death is Bruce Wayne's one.

(2) The second theory (controversial) :
Selina Kyle is Talia, like Henri Ducard was Ra's al Ghul in Batman Begins.
It's different from the comics but it is possible.
In the comics, Harvey Dent did not die at the beginning of Two-Face's criminal career and Henri Ducard & Ra's al Ghul are two separate characters.

(3) The third theory (weak) :
Actually, the adult Talia will be played by Juno Temple.

So, what do you think ?



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