'Dark Knight Rises' in Chicago: What might've been
Unlike the first two movies in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, "The Dark Knight Rises" didn't film in Chicago. Had the Caped Crusader returned, we'd have to assume the following filming locations in the city would've been under consideration: -- Luis Gomez
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It's the scene everyone was talking about after watching the first trailer: The Gotham Rogues kickoff returner is on his way to scoring a touchdown when a series of explosions go off and the field collapses behind him, presumably the work of Bane. That football stadium? Heinz Field ¿ home of the Pittsburgh Steelers. That player? Retired Steeler Hines Ward. While it's important to note that Legendary Pictures CEO and ¿Rises¿ executive producer Thomas Tull is a part owner of the Steelers, it's not unreasonable to think that could've been the Bears' Devin Hester running to the end zone in Soldier Field had things worked out differently.