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Morgan Freeman and Christian Bale’s Outtakes From ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Are Hilariously NSFW

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It’s safe to say ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ is the most anticipated movie of the year. In fact, the midnight IMAX debut of the movie in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles sold out six months in advance of its July 20 release.

So anytime anything ‘Dark Knight’ related hits the web – whether it be a teaser, a trailer or photos from the set – it’s going to get a lot attention.

It doesn’t even matter if the material is a spoof, as these reported “outtakes” from Christian Bale and Morgan Freeman almost certainly are. In the first clip we learn that Freeman, who also played his Lucius Fox character in ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight,’ has never seen those two movies.

We also get some insight into the unusually low register Bale uses when playing Batman. It’s pretty funny stuff, although Bale does get a bit NSFW. (As he is known to do in outtakes.)

There are seven funny clips in all. Check them out below.

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