^ Actually Nolan was hesitant to even do a third film due to thinking he wouldn't be able to top "The Dark Knight". It wasn't really until he was working on "Inception" that he finally decided to make the movie. Also of course they want to end the trilogy. It has a definitive beginning, middle, and now it will have an ending. Everyone who has talked about the project so far that worked on it has said how impressive and "mind blowing" it is. So I'm not worried at all.
Thank you. That's good to hear. I'm definitely rooting for them.
After enjoying the first two so much, I feel sort of ungrateful for doubting the third so openly. But, as you say, TDK was so good, I thought it almost needed the Riddler to have a chance.
And then I thought the Riddler would be perfect for Nolan's take on Gotham. Just disappointed in the choice.
Hell, I was even stoked for Batman&Robin before it first debuted (
) so I'm not going to judge this prematurely. But I'll still always wish I got to see Nolan's take on the Riddler....