Now how to interpret what this teaser means, I'm not sure, but Slash Film points out that it may represent Gotham beings destroyed and Batman's eventual rise back into the hero city needs. We won't know the gist of it until more information and trailers revealing details pop in, and speculation by fans is the only source at this point. The official website has also been updated to reflect this new poster's debut, but the teaser trailer hasn't come out yet, and it's rumored to debut this week as well alongside screenings of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Update: Initial reports say it hasn't in certain premieres, but you never know for subsequent screenings). The runtime is also said to be 1:26, and that's been reported by www.albertafilmratings.ca. Be sure to stay tuned for its eventual debut online. For more info on this story, visit the source post at Slash Film.
The Dark Knight Rises comes to close Nolan's Bat-Trilogy on July 20, 2012.