I found this today! We at TomHardyParty.com scanned and transcribed the part about Tommy/Bane, and you can view the full scans here.
Total Film UK, April 2011:
” So what does this mean for The Dark Knight Rises? With Bane, Nolan has played it smart. While lacking the mainstream recognition of, say, the Joker, in the comics Bane has long been seen as one of Batman’s most formidable enemies. Created by Moench, Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan, he’s a chemically created brute of superior intellect and brawn, making Hardy, who bulked up spectacularly for Bronson, perfect casting.
Bane’s physical prowess is the result of a mysterious drug known as Venom, and he has spent his childhood in prison. But Bane’s real claim to infamy is as “the man who broke the Bat,” snapping Batman’s spine in Batman no. 497, part of the Knightfall arc, which led to Azrael taking over the Caped Crusader’s crime-fighting duties for a time. With Bale bailing on Batman after The Dark Knight Rises, it’s feasible Nolan’s got something similar in mind for his Bane and Bat. “