I'm a film student, and more importantly a huge Batman fan, and I've been enjoying the spoiling set videos, but what kinda schocks me and some other friends I heard from is why is Nolan choosing to shoot Rises in the MIDDLE OF THE DAY, that's sucide for him. But what my question is does anyone think this is a story element like how bats went out in the daylight in No Man's Land or if anyone knows film they're shooting day for night. Anyone have any theories on the reasoning to have Batman out in broad daylight???
You sound so surprised that I get the impression that you heard Nolan is doing ALL, or nearly all, of his shooting in daylight. Is that what you heard? Or only that he's doing a fair amount of it in the daytime?
After all, there were several daytime scenes in "The Dark Knight" -- such as the big bank robbery at the start, and the Joker's later attack on Gotham General -- and the fact that those things were happening while the sun was up didn't seem to hurt the movie any.