Christopher Nolan has been involved in a series of rumors about a new superhero movie called “Justice League”, but the filmmaker denied everything. According to the Associated Press, Nolan has concluded the work for the Batman trilogy and is not planning to make another “Justice League” movie featuring “Dark Knight”.
Christopher Nolan has done a great job transforming Batman in a much-loved superhero. Nevertheless, “The Dark Knight Rises” is the final movie that the writer-director will produce in relation to the DC Comics character. He told the press, during a weekend interview, that he won’t take part in a film called “Justice League” even though the press has made many speculations about it in the past week.
The rumor was started by some fans who wrote on the Internet that Nolan could introduce Batman in a big-screen take on called “Justice League”. This film was supposed to be similar to “Avengers” by reuniting well-known superheroes, such as, the Dark Knight, Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern. “We’re finished with all we’re doing with Batman. This is the end of our take on this character,” Nolan said.
Nolan further stated that Batman will continue to live for many more generations, even if the company will no longer produce movies about him in the present. In his opinion, the fact that each generation has the possibility to reinterpret the character in their unique way is the reason why Batman continues to be so successful. Nolan and the rest of the team think they had their say on the character, so they will no longer produce Batman films.
Disney pulled $1.45 billion after releasing “Avengers” at the beginning of this year. As a result, everyone was expecting Warner Bros. to create their own version of superhero team, but the company denied all the speculations. Nolan resurrected Batman in 2005 with his interpretation of “Batman Begins”. In 2008, the movie received a posthumous Academy Award due to Heath Ledger’s interpretation of the Joker. “The Dark Knight Rises” was well-received by the public this year, as well, even if there were many superhero movies in theaters.