'The Dark Knight Rises' star Gary Oldman has revealed that he actually lost the script briefly and he was terrified that it would be leaked.
The Oscar-nominated actor was given the script to read over, but then was sent into a panic when he thought that it had been lost in a hotel room, and feared it would end up published online.
Oldman, who will be reprising the role of Commissioner James Gordon in the new movie, described the incident on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! show earlier this week. He also revealed that all of the scripts are individually numbered for each actor, so it could've been traced back to him.
And how they go to great lengths to make sure that the script is not photocopied as its coloured red. But no, there is no missing script, as the actor actually found it beneath his bed.
"I was in a panic for 20 minutes. I thought my career had ended, that I'd be thrown out of showbiz," he explained. "There was paranoia around it as we live in an age with the internet and blogs, so it's understandable."
Oldman was clever at not revealing too many details from the third and final instalment from the Christopher Nolan trilogy, but he did claimed that he was blown away by Anne Hathaway's performance as Selina Kyle/Catwoman.
"Not to give anything away, Anne Hathaway, she is a revelation in this film. Boy, she can time a line, " he said.
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