'The Dark Knight Rises' Adds Josh Stewart To Cast In Unknown Role

The cast list for "The Dark Knight Rises" just keeps on.. well, rising.

Variety reports that Josh Stewart, formerly of NBC's "Third Watch" and another superhero series, ABC's "No Ordinary Family," has been added to the cast of director Christopher Nolan's final Batman film installment as director. His role has not been disclosed.

Stewart joins a star-studded cast, which, beyond returning Christian Bale for his third run as Bruce Wayne/Batman, has added Joseph Gordon Levitt as a young Gotham cop, Anne Hathaway as Selena Kyle/Catwoman, Marion Cotillard as eager Wayne Enterprises employee Miranda Tate, Tom Hardy as the evil Bane and Josh Pence as young Ra's al Ghul.

The film will also feature Matthew Modine, Tom Conti and Joey King.

Following this massive opus, Nolan will step back into an executive producing role on a new, rebooted-once-again Batman series.

For more on the casting, click over to Variety.