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Old August 1 2012, 08:56 PM   #91
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Re: What's next for Batman...

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Bale has already stated he'd be willing under the right conditions.
But aren't those conditions unlikely given the statements of others?
You mean Nolan? But isn't that a given that he wouldn't be doing a 4th film when Bale made this quote?

Caine has said he would come back as Alfred.
I'm sure JGL would love to return as Blake.
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Old August 1 2012, 09:14 PM   #92
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If the forthcoming The Bourne Legacy is good then it'll be one helluva quadrilogy.
With no signs of stopping, either. Like James Bond, there is plenty of source material for continued films in the franchise. As far back as The Bourne Supremacy film in 2004, there was talk of the film franchise eventually being 5 total films; since then there have been a total of seven continuation books after Ludlum's original trilogy. I haven't read any of the continuation books, but Identity was the only one loosely based on Ludlum's books anyway. So much like Bond, they're winging it.
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Old August 1 2012, 10:48 PM   #93
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^Pretty cool. But after the last movie did so poorly at the box office, there's no way that they'd entrust the franchise to a tv actor, unproven as a cinematic draw.
True, but this would be an ideal way to go for any would-be JLA movie.

I've always preferred Stewart over Jordan anyways. His origin is just more badass.

It would also be a good way (along with ditching the CGI suit) of distancing themselves from the Reynolds film.

I really do like the Bell choice, he's a great actor. And if he was used only as a supporting character, I think his name recognition wouldn't matter. Besides, whoever they would choose would get enough exposure to relaunch a Stewart-based film series.
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Old August 2 2012, 02:27 PM   #94
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Roger R. Cross looks the part moreso than Coby Bell does, but does he have the right kind of charisma to play the good guy? I'm used to seeing him as the villain.
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Old August 2 2012, 04:19 PM   #95
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^He was excellent as Curtis in 24. Curtis was a good guy, even if he lost the plot (and his life) in season 6.
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Old August 2 2012, 08:03 PM   #96
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Apologies for the double post (though there's a 4 hour gap between them). But if this story is to be believed, it may answer the original question:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...ic-mike-356583

Warners will try to resuscitate Batman as a stand-alone franchise and/or as part of a planned Justice League ensemble that could connect to next summer's Man of Steel.
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Old August 2 2012, 08:38 PM   #97
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MIB4? If it's as good as MIB3 then I'm for it.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Okay.

Amazing Spider-Man 2? Don't really care.

Fox confirms to THR that Scott and the studio actively are pushing ahead with a follow-up (stars Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace are signed) and are talking to new writers because Prometheus co-scribe Damon Lindelof might not be available
That's the best news.
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Old August 7 2012, 03:01 AM   #98
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I had a dream last night where Nolan was talking to me about wanting to make a 4th movie that would be set between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. I was surprised, but liked the idea and wondered how the public would react once news got out. We got to talking about what villains should be used and I said I wanted to see the Riddler, the Penguin and Poison Ivy because they were major ones who haven't been done yet.
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Old August 7 2012, 04:24 AM   #99
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I had a dream last night where Nolan was talking to me about wanting to make a 4th movie that would be set between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. I was surprised, but liked the idea and wondered how the public would react once news got out. We got to talking about what villains should be used and I said I wanted to see the Riddler, the Penguin and Poison Ivy because they were major ones who haven't been done yet.
The Riddler would have been perfect for a Nolan film as a Zodiac like serial killer or thief. The Penguin...ehh...at his worst he is usually played as basically a mob boss that runs a legit business on the side. When he is done well he is not a main villian. He's good for information or black market gear. Ivy could work as some sort of eco terrorist. But like the Penguin, don't think she'd make for a good main villain if only because without her wild plants her scheme would not be all that different from Ras Al Gul's in Batman Begins...using some sort of bio weapon to terrorize Gotham. Like Bane, she'd make for a good front for a bigger villain...perhaps Hugo Strange. Actually Strange would have made for an interesting antagonist for the third film. After the events of TDK, it would have been cool to have the Riddler and Ivy pop up to terroize the city only to have Strange be behind them both...As a rogue psychologist it would have fit in with some of the message of TDK that the mere existance of Batman makes it possible for these freaks to do what they do.
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Old August 7 2012, 03:03 PM   #100
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I wouldn't mind seeing an international spy thriller starring Christian Bale and Ann Hathaway in the identities they assumed post Dark Knight Rises. (You know Bruce Wayne had cash, resources, and safe houses stashed all over the world.) The conceipt is they'd never even have to mention the Batman films at all, just give references in the form of sly winks and nods.
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Old August 28 2012, 04:20 PM   #101
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I wouldn't mind a sequel to TDKR itself! Just say Batman survived the crash, I know it's a bit shallow (like that stupid way they brought Jason Voohres back), but they could make a good fourth film. I'd also like to see a nightwing film, just make Blake a bit younger, his ears look a bit elfish, and he looks to old to pull it off inless he took up the red robin identity. Or he could just be the next batman, that works too.......eventully though I'd like to see a reboot, maybe if they adapt the Arckham games into a trillogy (I imagine a third game will be made by then, maybe even a fourth), you know how many films based off games there are nowadays.
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Old August 29 2012, 01:43 AM   #102
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I wouldn't mind a sequel to TDKR itself! Just say Batman survived the crash, I know it's a bit shallow (like that stupid way they brought Jason Voohres back), but they could make a good fourth film.
We already saw that he survived. The autopilot worked. It's not really comparable to Jason's resurrection via bolt of lightning.
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Old August 29 2012, 01:47 AM   #103
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What's next for Batman?

Nipples on the batsuit, neon lights, and ass shots obviously.
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Old August 29 2012, 07:54 AM   #104
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Or either JGL does a Batman movie for number 4 and then Christian Bale comes back for 5 and they team up.

Meh, I can dream.
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Old August 29 2012, 11:32 AM   #105
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I wouldn't mind a sequel to TDKR itself! Just say Batman survived the crash, I know it's a bit shallow (like that stupid way they brought Jason Voohres back), but they could make a good fourth film.
We already saw that he survived. The autopilot worked. It's not really comparable to Jason's resurrection via bolt of lightning.
No, that was Alfred day dreaming. I'm pretey sure of that, and he was with Rachel, but she died in the last film, so it's odvious. Then again, alot of people are saying is was Selina there, but unless he really did survive, is impossible because Alfred never knew her. I'm Brittish, so maybe we got an alternate scene to some of you.
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