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Which character are you in Batman: Dark Night Rises movie?


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  • 1. 

    Which character breaks Batman's back in "The Dark Knight Rises"?

    • A.

      Solomon Grundy

    • B.

      Scarecrow

    • C.

      Bane

    • D.

      The Riddler

    Correct Answer
    C. Bane
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Bane is the character who breaks Batman's back. Bane is a formidable adversary who is known for his physical strength and intelligence. He strategically plans and executes an attack on Batman, overpowering him and causing severe damage to his spine. This event serves as a turning point in the story, leading to Batman's physical and emotional struggles as he tries to recover and ultimately confront Bane again.

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  • 2. 

    Who plays Lucius Fox in "The Dark Knight Rises"?

    • A.

      Morgan Freeman

    • B.

      Tom Hardy

    • C.

      Gary Oldman

    • D.

      Joseph Gordon-Levitt

    Correct Answer
    A. Morgan Freeman
    Explanation
    Morgan Freeman plays the character of Lucius Fox in "The Dark Knight Rises." He portrays the role of Bruce Wayne's trusted ally and the CEO of Wayne Enterprises. Freeman's portrayal of Lucius Fox is widely praised for his wisdom, intelligence, and loyalty to Batman. His deep and commanding voice adds gravitas to the character, making him a fan favorite in the Batman franchise.

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  • 3. 

    "The Dark Knight Rises" contains a scene of a stadium collapsing while which sport is being played?

    • A.

      Baseball

    • B.

      Football

    • C.

      Soccer

    • D.

      Tennis

    Correct Answer
    B. Football
    Explanation
    In the movie "The Dark Knight Rises," there is a scene where a stadium collapses while football is being played. This scene adds to the intense and chaotic atmosphere of the film, showcasing the destruction caused by the main antagonist. The choice of football as the sport being played adds to the realism and relatability for the audience, as it is a widely popular sport in many countries.

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  • 4. 

    Which character in "The Dark Knight Rises" wears a mask?

    • A.

      Alfred

    • B.

      Lucius Fox

    • C.

      Bane

    • D.

      John Blake

    Correct Answer
    C. Bane
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Bane is the character who wears a mask. Throughout the movie, Bane is depicted wearing a distinctive mask that covers the majority of his face. The mask is not only a part of his costume but also serves a practical purpose, providing him with pain relief and helping him to breathe. Bane's mask has become an iconic symbol associated with his character in the film.

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  • 5. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", the government blockades which city?

    • A.

      Metropolis

    • B.

      St. Louis

    • C.

      Cleveland

    • D.

      Gotham City

    Correct Answer
    D. Gotham City
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", the government blockades Gotham City. This is a major plot point in the movie, where the government cuts off all access to the city, trapping its citizens inside. The blockade is meant to contain the chaos and prevent the spread of crime and terrorism orchestrated by the main antagonist, Bane. The government's action adds to the tension and urgency of the film, as Batman and the citizens of Gotham struggle to overcome the blockade and restore order to the city.

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  • 6. 

    Which character plays Alfred in "The Dark Knight Rises"?

    • A.

      Michael Caine

    • B.

      Matthew Modine

    • C.

      Marion Cotillard

    • D.

      Morgan Freeman

    Correct Answer
    A. Michael Caine
    Explanation
    Michael Caine plays the character of Alfred in "The Dark Knight Rises."

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  • 7. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", which character volunteers to fly a bomb over the ocean?

    • A.

      Alfred

    • B.

      Batman

    • C.

      Lucius Fox

    • D.

      James Gordon

    Correct Answer
    B. Batman
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Batman volunteers to fly a bomb over the ocean. This is because he is willing to sacrifice himself to protect Gotham City and its people. Batman takes on the responsibility of ensuring that the bomb does not detonate in the city, showing his selflessness and dedication to his mission.

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  • 8. 

    Who plays Selina in "The Dark Knight Rises"?

    • A.

      Marion Cotillard

    • B.

      Juno Temple

    • C.

      Anne Hathaway

    • D.

      India Wadsworth

    Correct Answer
    C. Anne Hathaway
    Explanation
    Anne Hathaway plays the character Selina in "The Dark Knight Rises." She portrays a complex and enigmatic character who is also known as Catwoman. Anne Hathaway's performance in the film received critical acclaim for her portrayal of Selina, showcasing her versatility as an actress.

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  • 9. 

    At the start of "The Dark Knight Rises", which character has stayed cooped up inside his house for three years?

    • A.

      John Blake

    • B.

      Bruce Wayne

    • C.

      Bane

    • D.

      James Gordon

    Correct Answer
    B. Bruce Wayne
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Bruce Wayne has stayed cooped up inside his house for three years. This is evident from the beginning of the movie where it is shown that Bruce has become reclusive and has not left his mansion since the events of the previous film. This isolation is a result of his guilt and trauma from the death of Harvey Dent and the events that followed. Bruce's seclusion sets the stage for his eventual return as Batman and his journey towards redemption and saving Gotham City once again.

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  • 10. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane threatens that if anyone leaves the isolated Gotham, he will do what?

    • A.

      Start a Massive Fire

    • B.

      Kill the Mayor

    • C.

      Detonate a Bomb

    • D.

      Release Mutated Ants

    Correct Answer
    C. Detonate a Bomb
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane threatens to detonate a bomb if anyone leaves the isolated Gotham. This means that if anyone tries to escape the city, Bane will activate the bomb, causing a massive explosion that would result in destruction and loss of lives. This threat adds to the tension and danger in the movie, as the citizens of Gotham are trapped and must find a way to stop Bane and defuse the bomb before it's too late.

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  • 11. 

    Which character in "The Dark Knight Rises" is played by Liam Neeson?

    • A.

      Lucius Fox

    • B.

      Bruce Wayne

    • C.

      Alfred

    • D.

      Ra's al Ghul

    Correct Answer
    D. Ra's al Ghul
    Explanation
    Liam Neeson plays the character Ra's al Ghul in "The Dark Knight Rises." Ra's al Ghul is a prominent character in the Batman universe and serves as a mentor and antagonist to Bruce Wayne/Batman. Neeson's portrayal of Ra's al Ghul brings depth and intensity to the character, making him a memorable part of the film.

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  • 12. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane says that he is what kind of evil?

    • A.

      Necessary Evil

    • B.

      Righteous Evil

    • C.

      Powerful Evil

    • D.

      Pure Evil

    Correct Answer
    A. Necessary Evil
    Explanation
    Bane describes himself as a necessary evil in "The Dark Knight Rises". This implies that he believes his actions, although evil, are required for a greater purpose or to achieve certain goals. Bane sees himself as a force that brings about change or exposes the flaws of society, even if it means resorting to extreme measures. By considering himself a necessary evil, Bane justifies his actions and believes that they are essential for the betterment of the world, albeit through destructive means.

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  • 13. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", who does Bane says will be "ripped out of their decadent nests"?

    • A.

      The Police

    • B.

      The Politicians

    • C.

      The Professors

    • D.

      The Powerful

    Correct Answer
    D. The Powerful
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane mentions that the powerful individuals will be "ripped out of their decadent nests". This implies that Bane intends to target and overthrow those who hold positions of authority and influence in society. By referring to them as the powerful, Bane highlights his desire to dismantle the existing power structures and redistribute power to the oppressed.

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  • 14. 

    At the start of "The Dark Knight Rises", which character is considering resigning?

    • A.

      John Blake

    • B.

      Bane

    • C.

      Johnathan Crane

    • D.

      James Gordon

    Correct Answer
    D. James Gordon
    Explanation
    In the beginning of "The Dark Knight Rises," James Gordon, the police commissioner of Gotham City, is contemplating resigning from his position. This is evident from his conversation with Bruce Wayne, where he expresses his guilt over covering up the truth about Harvey Dent's crimes and feels that the city deserves to know the truth. His inner conflict and the weight of his actions lead him to consider stepping down from his role as commissioner.

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  • 15. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Alfred resigns from which position under Bruce Wayne?

    • A.

      Accoutant

    • B.

      Dentist

    • C.

      Lawyer

    • D.

      Butler

    Correct Answer
    D. Butler
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Alfred resigns from his position as Butler under Bruce Wayne. This is a significant moment in the movie as Alfred has been a loyal and trusted confidant to Bruce Wayne throughout the Batman trilogy. His resignation symbolizes his disappointment and concern for Bruce's dangerous obsession with being Batman and his desire for him to live a normal and fulfilling life.

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  • 16. 

    Which character is bankrupted in "The Dark Knight Rises"?

    • A.

      Bruce Wayne

    • B.

      Bane

    • C.

      John Daggett

    • D.

      Miranda Tate

    Correct Answer
    A. Bruce Wayne
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Bruce Wayne is bankrupted. This is a significant plot point in the movie as it forces Wayne to give up his role as Batman and face numerous challenges. The loss of his wealth adds an additional layer of difficulty for Wayne as he must find a way to rebuild his life and ultimately rise to the occasion to save Gotham City.

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  • 17. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", what is Selina Kyle's profession?

    • A.

      Singer

    • B.

      Thief

    • C.

      Boxer

    • D.

      Lawyer

    Correct Answer
    B. Thief
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Selina Kyle's profession is a thief. This can be seen throughout the movie as she is shown stealing valuable items and using her skills in stealth and deception to accomplish her goals. She is portrayed as a skilled and cunning thief, making her a formidable opponent for Batman.

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  • 18. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Detective Blake inherits which building?

    • A.

      The Batmountain

    • B.

      The Batcave

    • C.

      The Batport

    • D.

      The Batdock

    Correct Answer
    B. The Batcave
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Detective Blake inherits The Batcave. The Batcave is a fictional location in the Batman universe, which serves as Batman's secret headquarters and contains various high-tech gadgets and equipment. In the movie, Detective Blake becomes the new protector of Gotham City and takes over Batman's mantle, including the use of the Batcave.

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  • 19. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", what is Selina Kyle's alias?

    • A.

      The Bat

    • B.

      The Brat

    • C.

      The Gnat

    • D.

      The Cat

    Correct Answer
    D. The Cat
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Selina Kyle's alias is The Cat. This is a reference to her character in the Batman comic books, where she is commonly known as Catwoman. Selina Kyle adopts this alias as she embraces her role as a skilled thief and master of disguise, using her feline-like agility and cunning to outsmart her enemies.

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  • 20. 

    At the end of "The Dark Knight Rises", it is revealed that Detective Blake's real first name is what?

    • A.

      Nero

    • B.

      Jay

    • C.

      Aaron

    • D.

      Robin

    Correct Answer
    D. Robin
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," it is revealed at the end that Detective Blake's real first name is Robin. This revelation suggests that Blake will take on the mantle of Robin, the iconic sidekick to Batman, and continue the fight against crime in Gotham City. The name "Robin" is significant as it pays homage to the character from the Batman comics and indicates a new chapter in the superhero's legacy.

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  • 21. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", those found guilty in Bane's trials are given the option to do what?

    • A.

      Try to Cross Thin Ice

    • B.

      Try to Walk on Hot Coals

    • C.

      Try to Fight a Bear

    • D.

      Try to Swallow Acid

    Correct Answer
    A. Try to Cross Thin Ice
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", those found guilty in Bane's trials are given the option to try to cross thin ice. This suggests that Bane's trials involve physical challenges that test the guilty party's strength, agility, and determination. Crossing thin ice can be a dangerous and difficult task, requiring balance and careful navigation. This option reflects the harsh and unforgiving nature of Bane's trials, as crossing thin ice can potentially lead to injury or even death.

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  • 22. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane refers to himself with which phrase?

    • A.

      Gotham's New King

    • B.

      Gotham's Reward

    • C.

      Gotham's Reckoning

    • D.

      Gotham's Doom

    Correct Answer
    C. Gotham's Reckoning
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane refers to himself as "Gotham's Reckoning". This phrase reflects Bane's role as a symbol of chaos and destruction in Gotham City. By calling himself "Gotham's Reckoning", Bane emphasizes his mission to bring about the downfall of the city and its corrupt system. It also highlights his desire to instill fear and create a sense of hopelessness among the citizens of Gotham.

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  • 23. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane complements Batman by telling him he fights like what?

    • A.

      A Real Man

    • B.

      A Smarter Man

    • C.

      A Stronger Man

    • D.

      A Younger Man

    Correct Answer
    D. A Younger Man
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane complements Batman by telling him he fights like a younger man. This implies that Batman's fighting style is agile, energetic, and full of vigor, reminiscent of a younger person. Bane acknowledges Batman's physical prowess and stamina, suggesting that he is impressed by his abilities and sees him as a formidable opponent.

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  • 24. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Bane hijacks what kind of vehicle by posing as a prisoner?

    • A.

      Prison Bus

    • B.

      Airplane

    • C.

      Helicopter

    • D.

      Cruise Ship

    Correct Answer
    B. Airplane
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Bane hijacks an airplane by posing as a prisoner. This is evident in the movie when Bane and his henchmen take over a CIA plane that is transporting Dr. Pavel. Bane's plan involves faking the death of Dr. Pavel and using him to obtain classified information. By posing as a prisoner, Bane gains access to the airplane and successfully hijacks it, setting the stage for the events that unfold in the film.

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  • 25. 

    Which cat burglar breaks into Bruce Wayne's house in "The Dark Knight Rises"?

    • A.

      Talia al Ghul

    • B.

      Pamela Isley

    • C.

      Harleen Quinzel

    • D.

      Selina Kyle

    Correct Answer
    D. Selina Kyle
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Selina Kyle is the cat burglar who breaks into Bruce Wayne's house. This character is also known as Catwoman and is portrayed by Anne Hathaway in the film. Selina Kyle is a skilled thief and manipulator who becomes involved in the events of the movie, ultimately forming a complicated relationship with Bruce Wayne/Batman.

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  • 26. 

    Which villain who appeared in "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" also appears in "The Dark Knight Rises"?

    • A.

      Dr. Owen Stafford

    • B.

      Dr. Johnathon Crane

    • C.

      Dr. Winston McGee

    • D.

      Dr. Ryan Sawchuck

    Correct Answer
    B. Dr. Johnathon Crane
    Explanation
    Dr. Johnathon Crane, also known as Scarecrow, is the correct answer. He is a villain who appeared in both "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" and also makes an appearance in "The Dark Knight Rises." In these movies, Scarecrow is portrayed as a former psychiatrist turned criminal, who uses fear-inducing toxins and a scarecrow-like mask to terrorize Gotham City.

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  • 27. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", the character Miranda Tate turns out to actually be whom?

    • A.

      Harley Quinn

    • B.

      Catwoman

    • C.

      Poison Ivy

    • D.

      Talia al Ghul

    Correct Answer
    D. Talia al Ghul
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", the character Miranda Tate turns out to actually be Talia al Ghul. This is revealed towards the end of the movie when it is discovered that she is the daughter of Ra's al Ghul and seeks revenge against Batman for her father's death. She had been posing as a philanthropist and ally to Bruce Wayne, but her true identity is unveiled, and she plays a pivotal role in the film's climax as the main antagonist.

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  • 28. 

    Like Batman, the character Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises" was also a member of which group?

    • A.

      Guild of Whispers

    • B.

      Association of Illuminati

    • C.

      Council of Doom

    • D.

      League of Shadows

    Correct Answer
    D. League of Shadows
    Explanation
    In the movie "The Dark Knight Rises," the character Bane is portrayed as a member of the League of Shadows. This group, led by Ra's al Ghul, is a secret society that seeks to restore balance to the world through extreme measures. Bane's association with the League of Shadows is significant as it explains his formidable combat skills, tactical knowledge, and his motivation to bring chaos to Gotham City.

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  • 29. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Selina Kyle kills Bane with which vehicle?

    • A.

      Batmobile

    • B.

      Batplane

    • C.

      Batpod

    • D.

      Batcopter

    Correct Answer
    C. Batpod
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises," Selina Kyle kills Bane with the Batpod. The Batpod is a sleek motorcycle-like vehicle that is designed for agility and speed. It is equipped with various weapons and gadgets, making it a formidable weapon against enemies. Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman, is a skilled and resourceful character who uses the Batpod to her advantage in her fight against Bane.

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  • 30. 

    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Commissioner Gordon promotes which police officer to detective?

    • A.

      Mike Grissom

    • B.

      Allen Wright

    • C.

      Dan Harding

    • D.

      John Blake

    Correct Answer
    D. John Blake
    Explanation
    In "The Dark Knight Rises", Commissioner Gordon promotes John Blake to detective.

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