The trilogy of Batman, directed by Christopher Nolan has a place of privilege among the best films of superheroes in the history of cinema. Yes, farewell to ‘The dark knight: The legend reborn’ left the door open to a possible return of Christian Bale as Batman, but the actor has just revealed what was the reason that they did not want to go back to be man-bat.
In an interview with Toronto Sun with the occasion of the opening of the great ‘Le Mans ’66’, Bale pointed out that the dream of Nolan was always to make a trilogy, so that was firm in his refusal when Warner suggested to make a fourth installment:
When they came after the premiere of ‘Batman Begins,’ and said, “do you Want to do another?” was fantastic, but still replied, “This is it. We will not have another opportunity.” Then they came and told us, “Okay, let’s do the third.” Christopher Nolan had always said that if we had the possibility of doing three pararíamos. “Let’s leave it be after that,” I said. Then when they came back and told us “how about a fourth?”. I said “No, ciñámonos the dream of Chris, who was always to make a trilogy. Not estiremos too much, we become too complacent and do a fourth”.
The truth is it is difficult to put paste on both the desire of Nolan as to the decision of Bale to stick with it. The trilogy had already peaked with ‘The dark knight’ and I have serious doubts about that a fourth installment could be the height. Since there was more of a critique on the third, which perspective view is very good, but it was the worst of all.
in Addition, Nolan directed the excellent ‘Interstellar’ and
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The news Christian Bale reveals that he did not make a fourth Batman movie out of respect to Nolan was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
November 19, 2019
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