Update 1: IESB.net (click) posted 12 clips from the film, though they were taken down within a matter of hours, thanks to the good folks at WB. However, they are available at Youtube (click) (that's "yoo-toob" folks). Act quick. Update 2: The film was recently screened for press in New York. According to Peter Traver's (Rolling Stone magazine) review (click), the film is 2 hrs and 32 mins -- 12 mins longer than its predecessor, and the longest Batman film yet. He rated it 3 1/2 out of 4 stars. According to David Letterman (click), "everyone dies at the end" lol. Update 3: A large spoiler from Latino Review is floating around, and appears to be correct, based on the clips and photos I've already seen. It contains the major plot elements, as well as the film's finale, though without exactly telling how/where the info is revealed in the film. For those who want to know, you'll have to find the link yourself. ;-) Update 4: I was snooping around for the soundtrack, when I found a clip (looks unauthorized) that features Two Face! It has been reported that Two Face only appears in one scene, and this may be it, so click here ONLY if you wish to spoil yourself. Update 5: A foreign channel has screened a 1 minute clip from the film, featuring the Joker crashing a dinner party. If you've seen the trailer, then you have already seen part of this. "We are tonight's entertainment" (click) Update 6: The soundtrack has leaked, and is available on YouTube (and elsewhere). Good luck getting me to link to it. ;-) Update 7: More footage is getting out there now, including several new clips courtesy of Yahoo! (click). I chose not to look at most of them, but there is a new action sequence available, along with another Joker clip. HBO's First Look (essential behind the scenes) has made its way to YouTube, and is available in two parts (click here for part 1) (click here for part 2). WARNING: This stuff looks very spoiler-ish, and contains a lot of stuff we haven't seen before. View at your own discretion. Last, but not least, is the newest TV spot (click), which features some of Joker's dialogue from the interrogation scene. Not much is revealed, but a major theme of the film is hinted at.