The Gotham Observer: Batman’s City Gets the Newspaper It Deserves

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Well, obviously there are glaring discrepancies between Gotham’s Observer and its New York counterpart. For one, we don’t have a horoscope section. Secondly, these stories belie weekly publication…this seems more like a daily rag.

Still, if you want some clues about the upcoming film–which opens in eight days!!–the sports section gives a little more information on what those football stadium shots are all about. And now we know that Matthew Modine is in the film, we guess. Did we know that already? It’s hard to keep track of the gazillion things Christopher Nolan is stuffing into epic finale of his Batman saga.

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