Almost immediately after the new round of trailers arrived following those special screenings of The Dark Knight Rises prologue back in December, it was clear something was different, and that something was Bane's voice.
One of the most talked-about complaints out of that prologue screening was Bane's voice -- how it was difficult to understand what he was saying, and how Warner Bros. (and Christopher Nolan) needed to fix that.
We wrote about that.
They wrote about that.
Everyone wrote about that. Well, they did fix that.
Not only was Bane's dialogue cleaned up, but when we saw the final flick it was pretty clear that Tom Hardy had literally re-recorded a huge chunk of it.
This was good in that audiences were able to understand the villain more clearly, but bad in some...
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