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See the stunning images in the 4th annual International Drone Photography Contest
Here are the films you should know about this summer, most with mini-reviews by Michael O’Sullivan. For showtimes, reviews and the latest on release dates, visit Going Out Guide.
The Dark Knight RisesThe conclusion to director Christopher Nolan's acclaimed "Dark Knight" cycle features topical themes -- terrorism, haves vs. have-nots -- and not one but two villains: Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) and Bane (Tom Hardy). Fans are stll sore that “The Dark Knight” got no Oscar nod. This might be Nolan’s year. ”The Dark Knight Rises” opens July 20.Ron Phillips
White nationalists, met by counterprotesters, held a Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville after torch-bearing protesters marched through the University of Virginia campus the night before. During the rally, a vehicle plowed into a crowd marching peacefully through downtown Charlottesville.