Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Truths & Endings...
There has been a great deal of speculation around Christopher Nolan lately...
Many have wondered if he would actually come back and make a sequel to "The Dark Knight" with its amazing success and pentacle of super-hero adaptations. Could he? Would he? Why would he even try when he can walk away on top of the mountain, so to speak.
Then there is the talk about him having something to do with the new "Superman" reboot/franchise. Well, he's finally came forward to answer some of these questions with a surprising bit of repressed honesty. The Los Angeles Times has a great article and interview with the director that is as revealing as it is frustrating for a comic/film geek. Even though it reveals greater detail than I expected, I keep wanting more and more.
Have a read and wait for the painfully slow time to pass before enjoying the fruits of his (and brother Jonathan and Goyer's) labor...
Posted by Honor Hunter at 11:01 AM
Labels: Adaptation, Batman, Christopher Nolan, Comic Characters, Comics, David Goyer, DC Comics, DC Entertainment, Jonathan Nolan, Superman, Warner Bros.
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Hopefully he can break the Superman curse. Bryan Singer did two wonderful X-Men films and them Superman Returns. Does this mean Batman is at risk of getting a terrible third film (like X-Men) because the driving force behind the franchise is turning his attention elsewhere?
Brett Ratner won't be touching DK3. Thank God.
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