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'The Dark Knight Rises' Has Found Its New Waterfall Batcave

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According to sources, Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales is now home to the entrance of Batman’s secret “Batcave”.

WalesOnline is reporting that filmmakers for the latest bat-film “The Dark Knight Rises” were in the area several weeks ago shooting external shots of Henrhyd Waterfall in the Neath Valley. The 90ft falls are notable because of an accessible area behind them that offers a unique view. The source added that the shots are to be used in an opening sequence of the film in which Bruce Wayne discovers the Batcave.

“The Dark Knight” is slated for release next year.

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