Originally Posted by AspectRatio1986
^Driving 4 hours to Pittsburgh to be an extra for that scene was an incredible experience...to see Nolan working for 10 hours and being one of the first few thousand people in the world to see and hear Bane's voice was just awesome. That being said - the final cut scene in the film was so very disappointing compared to what was shot that day. Mass audience panic....it was an incredible experience and I wish I saw what it looked like on film. 10,000 people just rushing towards the exits.....I have no clue why no shots of this were included.
so what did Bane's voice sound like in person? how different was it compared to what we hear in the film? i remember seeing photos and footage of when all that was being filmed. they also had the camouflaged Tumblers out on the field too, which you don't see in the film.