Christian Bale, Gary Oldman, Joseph Gordon Levitt and director Christopher Nolan made an appearance Sunday at the 21st annual 2012 MTV Movie Awards, bringing some new footage from the highly-anticipated The Dark Knight Rises which aired during the awards show.
This summer, the story comes to an end, Gordon-Levitt said, a the trio presented highlights from Nolan's past films in the Batman franchise, like 2005's Batman Begins and 2008's The Dark Knight, met with tears for the late-Heath Ledger, who played The Joker.
Every great story demands a great ending, Nolan said before introducing the new clip. And The Dark Knight Rises is our best possible attempt to put a great ending to this story on screen.
The clip featured Anne Hathaway as both Selina Kyle and Catwoman being questioned by Gordon-Levitt playing Gotham City police officer John Blake.
You've made some mistakes, Ms. Kyle, Gordon-Levitt said in the video.
A girl's got to eat, Hathaway responds.
The video then shifts it focus on villain Bane, who raises his hands and Gotham City destructs, saying Let the games begin, before moving to Batman and footage from previous trailers.
The Dark Knight Rises will premiere in theaters and IMAX July 20. View the video clip from the 2012 MTV Movie Awards below.