Highly acclaimed director Christopher Nolan has finally given his take on what lies ahead following his last Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises." Unfortunately for the millions of Batman fans, most will probably not like to hear what the filmmaker has to say.
As "Dark Knight Rises" continues to make a splash at the box office with record setting statistics, many are fretting the end of the Christopher Nolan directorial era. However, with so many questions in the blockbuster unanswered, one can only wonder not when the "Dark Knight Rises, "buzz will cease but how the trilogy will continue; assuming it does.
Tom Hardy takes over the character of Bane, in the latest Batman flick, The Dark Knight Rises. The British actor says his sinister character is a worthy opponent to Christian Bale's Batman role because he measures up in intellect and goes far beyond in physical ability.
Anne Hathaway admitted she would be very interested in reprising her role as Catwoman for a solo film. The actress revealed she would embrace the project if "Dark Knight Rises" director Christopher Nolan was involved. Christopher Nolan has said that Anne Hathaway "deserves" the opportunity to star in a "Catwoman" solo film. Could the two be hinting at a suggestion to movie studio Warner Brothers to consider a reboot of a "Catwoman" film?
Anne Hathaway, 29, tackles the infamous role of Catwoman in the latest Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. While many others have attempted the role, critics and director, Christopher Nolan, agree that Hathaway's performance is a 'perfection rendition.'
The Dark Knight Rises spoilers have been surfacing on the Internet to give viewers insight on what to expect when the film premieres in theatres this Friday. Most reviews have praised the final installment of the Batman trilogy, even saying it is worthy of Oscar recognition. However, others have also shared spoilers suggesting the film is not as great as the previous installment.