Christopher Nolan definitely won’t make a fourth ‘Batman’ movie
Promises that ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ is a true finale we deserve.
Films like ‘The Avengers’ and ‘Prometheus’ ended up being the best films of the summer where not every film proved to be as good as we thought, but the real trump card the summer has been holding for us is definitely ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, the finale of the Batman trilogy by Christopher Nolan that started with ‘Batman Begins’. Though the director has said that this will conclude his trilogy, some fans believed that he can probably be talked into making a fourth film if this one does well and there’s enough money offered. After all, Michael Bay promised the third ‘Transformers’ will be the last but he’s now signed to make a fourth film. Well, he answered that pressing question to prove that there’s a difference between Nolan and Bay.
Variety has the report of his appearance at the Produced By conference, where he was asked whether he would possibly be back for a fourth Batman after ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ comes to a close. And fair enough, his answer was a resounding but concise ‘no’. He added:
“We never had a specific trajectory. I wanted to put everything into making one great film, I didn’t want to hold anything back.”
That actually makes me more excited, and it certainly feels like Nolan went all out with the finale of the franchise.
‘The Dark Knight Rises’ is set for an Eid release in UAE.
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