Warner Brothers files copyright complaint against Trump over Dark Knight tweet

Warner Bros has launched legal action against Donald Trump after he used music from The Dark Knight Rises in a tweet

Warner Bros has launched legal action against Donald Trump after he used music from The Dark Knight Rises in a tweet

Trump tweeted with the video, which reportedly racked up a few million views before being taken down.

In the latest installment of the Trump-controlled reality TV show we're all living in, our President now has beef with Warner Bros. "Then they laugh at you".

The soundtrack of the video was composer Hans Zimmer's "Why Do We Fall?" from the 2012 movie "The Dark Knight Rises" - and movie Warner Brothers, which owns the Batman franchise, was not happy.

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The only resemblance Trump bears to Batman is that scene in Batman Begins where Bruce Wayne gets drunk and goes swimming in a hotel fountain with some women after buying said hotel.

The video has since been removed from YouTube and Reddit channels, as well.

Yes, nerds, I know that this is a GIF from "The Dark Knight" and not "The Dark Knight Rises" but it's too good not to use. Then they call you racist. Later, a Trump aide stated that the video had actually been made by a supporter and not the administration itself.

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The video closes with a slogan "Trump: The Great Victory" and a number 2020, suggesting Trump's victory in the upcoming presidential elections.

Another wrote, "Whose job is it to make these poorly-edited propaganda videos that make Donald clap his little doll hands in giddy ... delight?" The footage is intercut by the footage of liberals from Barack Obama to Rose O'Donnell and Amy Schumer.

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James Grimmelmann, a legal scholar at Cornell Law School, tells Ars that Trump could have a solid fair use case here.

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