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Christopher Nolan's final goodbye to Batman

Jul. 24, 2012by: Alejandro Stepenberg

TDKR legend ends poster line

There's not a whole lot to say here, as Christopher Nolan is a great writer and he has done immeasurable good for the way the world views comic books and the mythic characters found within their pages. His powerful work will endure as he goes on to tell gripping new stories and discover grand new visions, and I know I will ever be thankful for his treatment of Batman.  And while I am glad to see him move on, I would by lying if I said that I wasn't sad to see him go. 

But at least I'm not alone - Christopher Nolan's sentiments are right there in step with my own.

Here's his introduction to The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy (which released on the the 20th of this month):

"Alfred. Gordon. Lucius. Bruce . . . Wayne. Names that have come to mean so much to me. Today, I’m three weeks from saying a final good-bye to these characters and their world. It’s my son’s ninth birthday. He was born as the Tumbler was being glued together in my garage from random parts of model kits. Much time, many changes. A shift from sets where some gunplay or a helicopter were extraordinary events to working days where crowds of extras, building demolitions, or mayhem thousands of feet in the air have become familiar.

People ask if we’d always planned a trilogy. This is like being asked whether you had planned on growing up, getting married, having kids. The answer is complicated. When David and I first started cracking open Bruce’s story, we flirted with what might come after, then backed away, not wanting to look too deep into the future. I didn’t want to know everything that Bruce couldn’t; I wanted to live it with him. I told David and Jonah to put everything they knew into each film as we made it. The entire cast and crew put all they had into the first film. Nothing held back. Nothing saved for next time. They built an entire city. Then Christian and Michael and Gary and Morgan and Liam and Cillian started living in it. Christian bit off a big chunk of Bruce Wayne’s life and made it utterly compelling. He took us into a pop icon’s mind and never let us notice for an instant the fanciful nature of Bruce’s methods.


I never thought we’d do a second—how many good sequels are there? Why roll those dice? But once I knew where it would take Bruce, and when I started to see glimpses of the antagonist, it became essential. We re-assembled the team and went back to Gotham. It had changed in three years. Bigger. More real. More modern. And a new force of chaos was coming to the fore. The ultimate scary clown, as brought to terrifying life by Heath. We’d held nothing back, but there were things we hadn’t been able to do the first time out—a Batsuit with a flexible neck, shooting on Imax. And things we’d chickened out on—destroying the Batmobile, burning up the villain’s blood money to show a complete disregard for conventional motivation. We took the supposed security of a sequel as license to throw caution to the wind and headed for the darkest corners of Gotham.


I never thought we’d do a third—are there any great second sequels? But I kept wondering about the end of Bruce’s journey, and once David and I discovered it, I had to see it for myself. We had come back to what we had barely dared whisper about in those first days in my garage. We had been making a trilogy. I called everyone back together for another tour of Gotham. Four years later, it was still there. It even seemed a little cleaner, a little more polished. Wayne Manor had been rebuilt. Familiar faces were back—a little older, a little wiser . . . but not all was as it seemed.


Gotham was rotting away at its foundations. A new evil bubbling up from beneath. Bruce had thought Batman was not needed anymore, but Bruce was wrong, just as I had been wrong. The Batman had to come back. I suppose he always will.


Michael, Morgan, Gary, Cillian, Liam, Heath, Christian . . . Bale. Names that have come to mean so much to me. My time in Gotham, looking after one of the greatest and most enduring figures in pop culture, has been the most challenging and rewarding experience a filmmaker could hope for. I will miss the Batman. I like to think that he’ll miss me, but he’s never been particularly sentimental."

The Dark Knight Rises premiere

Extra Tidbit: There's nothing I can say that would follow that, except to add this: "thank you, Christopher Nolan." Unlike Batman, I'm very sentimental. So sue me.

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11:35PM on 07/24/2012

Vishal

@openhand24, you gotta be a genius to compare Michael Bay and Chris Nolan. Whom are you gonna compare him with next? Uwe Boll. Michael Bay is a certified douchebag who does not know what integrity means. Whereas Mr. Nolan has proved that he can stay true to his word.

And stop spoiling the movie, some of us are yet to see it.
@openhand24, you gotta be a genius to compare Michael Bay and Chris Nolan. Whom are you gonna compare him with next? Uwe Boll. Michael Bay is a certified douchebag who does not know what integrity means. Whereas Mr. Nolan has proved that he can stay true to his word.

And stop spoiling the movie, some of us are yet to see it.
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10:01PM on 07/24/2012

UMMMM

The legend hasn't ended LMFAO. The movie hasn't even ended, don't worry folks nolan will be back mark my words remember bay kept saying he won't be back after #3 and well look hes coming back. Come on nolan one more movie then leave :) and this time kill the fuckin batman damn it. Superheros have to die too. WTF. LOL :)
The legend hasn't ended LMFAO. The movie hasn't even ended, don't worry folks nolan will be back mark my words remember bay kept saying he won't be back after #3 and well look hes coming back. Come on nolan one more movie then leave :) and this time kill the fuckin batman damn it. Superheros have to die too. WTF. LOL :)
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10:38PM on 07/24/2012
Wow: someone's in denial. It's over. Unlike Michael Bay, Christopher Nolan has integrity, and when he says he is done, he keeps to his word. Nolan has more stories to tell, and Warner Brothers will probably give him whatever he wants as long as they keep making him money. What director can claim that honor?
Wow: someone's in denial. It's over. Unlike Michael Bay, Christopher Nolan has integrity, and when he says he is done, he keeps to his word. Nolan has more stories to tell, and Warner Brothers will probably give him whatever he wants as long as they keep making him money. What director can claim that honor?
9:53PM on 07/24/2012

Goodbye, Batman. For now.

Lets just hope in the very near future when they reboot it, it would be a "Batman Beyond" type next step of the Batman evolution, so that can maybe have a spiritual connection to this trilogy.....instead of an overhaul of YET ANOTHER Batman origin.

And that goodbye note just made me want to rewatch BATMAN BEGINS from the very first scene. Off I go.
Lets just hope in the very near future when they reboot it, it would be a "Batman Beyond" type next step of the Batman evolution, so that can maybe have a spiritual connection to this trilogy.....instead of an overhaul of YET ANOTHER Batman origin.

And that goodbye note just made me want to rewatch BATMAN BEGINS from the very first scene. Off I go.
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8:36PM on 07/24/2012
I tip my hat to you, sir. As a fan of movies and Batman, you've brought me a lot of fun and joy. I'm grateful to the entire cast and crew of these 3 great films. Rest assured that these blu-rays will be watched and enjoyed over and over by me (and many others I assume) for years to come,
I tip my hat to you, sir. As a fan of movies and Batman, you've brought me a lot of fun and joy. I'm grateful to the entire cast and crew of these 3 great films. Rest assured that these blu-rays will be watched and enjoyed over and over by me (and many others I assume) for years to come,
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8:31PM on 07/24/2012

Best Trilogy I've ever seen.

I am truly blessed that this masterpiece was released during my lifetime. Mr. Nolan has entertained us all without a doubt. This is the beauty of movies. The Dark Knight Rises was the cherry on top. I will miss going to the movies to see Nolan's take on Batman. That's why I'm sure as hell watching Rises again, and again. Thank you Christopher Nolan for what can arguably be, the greatest trilogy ever made.

My full video review of the movie: [link]
I am truly blessed that this masterpiece was released during my lifetime. Mr. Nolan has entertained us all without a doubt. This is the beauty of movies. The Dark Knight Rises was the cherry on top. I will miss going to the movies to see Nolan's take on Batman. That's why I'm sure as hell watching Rises again, and again. Thank you Christopher Nolan for what can arguably be, the greatest trilogy ever made.

My full video review of the movie: [link]
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8:21PM on 07/24/2012

Hmmm

The only way I'd pay to see a reboot is if I'M in it!
The only way I'd pay to see a reboot is if I'M in it!
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7:51PM on 07/24/2012

Does anyone think..

Karl Urban could be Batman.. or maybe it's just me.
Karl Urban could be Batman.. or maybe it's just me.
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6:56PM on 07/24/2012
What a classy motherfucker. Intelligent and well-spoken, too. And he just happened to make the three best Batman movies ever. And may I add my voice to the chorus of "thank yous." Thank you, Christopher Nolan, for your incredible efforts!
What a classy motherfucker. Intelligent and well-spoken, too. And he just happened to make the three best Batman movies ever. And may I add my voice to the chorus of "thank yous." Thank you, Christopher Nolan, for your incredible efforts!
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6:27PM on 07/24/2012

Will there be an alt ending...

Because the one featured in the movie now is fuckin stupid LOL. It's so hollywood, to me the whole movie was grounded in real life, and never felt like a comic book movie at all. Then the ending came and it just ruined it for me it felt very cliche and very comic book like come on guys lets end this already. I didn't hate the movie at all, this movie was just so damn epic, just I feel the ending could of and should of been better.
Because the one featured in the movie now is fuckin stupid LOL. It's so hollywood, to me the whole movie was grounded in real life, and never felt like a comic book movie at all. Then the ending came and it just ruined it for me it felt very cliche and very comic book like come on guys lets end this already. I didn't hate the movie at all, this movie was just so damn epic, just I feel the ending could of and should of been better.
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11:11PM on 07/24/2012
The series is still over; the difference is that Bruce Wayne is not dead. The last shot brings the story full circle but is not a set-up for a sequel. The purpose is to show that Bruce Wayne finally found the hero he felt could carry the mantle of Batman, and he finally gave everything for Gotham. He has a chance for a normal life with Selina Kyle, who was given a blank slate. However, throughout the series, Bruce Wayne spoke of Batman being a symbol, and not tied to a person. So, at the
The series is still over; the difference is that Bruce Wayne is not dead. The last shot brings the story full circle but is not a set-up for a sequel. The purpose is to show that Bruce Wayne finally found the hero he felt could carry the mantle of Batman, and he finally gave everything for Gotham. He has a chance for a normal life with Selina Kyle, who was given a blank slate. However, throughout the series, Bruce Wayne spoke of Batman being a symbol, and not tied to a person. So, at the end, this pays off with John Blake discovering the cave.

All the loose ends were tied, and the story is done. Some people just don't get what the end of the movie represents. In The Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne wanted Harvey Dent to fill his role so he could retire. In this movie, John Blake became his replacement. So, now the story of Bruce Wayne can have closure.
6:21PM on 07/24/2012

Flawed trilogy from a flawed filmmaker.

Maybe when they reboot they'll hire a director with a pulse. Queue the dislikes, cultists.
Maybe when they reboot they'll hire a director with a pulse. Queue the dislikes, cultists.
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6:59PM on 07/24/2012
It always amuses me when fans of a work or a filmmaker are accused of being cult-like. It just makes the accuser seem insecure in his or her own opinions, really.
It always amuses me when fans of a work or a filmmaker are accused of being cult-like. It just makes the accuser seem insecure in his or her own opinions, really.
9:55PM on 07/24/2012
LMFAO :) I agree a tad. If anyone else would of directed nobody would be pooing.
LMFAO :) I agree a tad. If anyone else would of directed nobody would be pooing.
11:04PM on 07/24/2012
Before Batman Begins, Christopher Nolan directed Memento and Insomnia, which barely had a large enough audience to be substantial. Batman is what made Chris Nolan popular, since it brought his talents to the forefront. Now, a good director with a strong filmography has a lot of fans, and inevitably, a faction of people who feel the need to attack those fans for liking him. As for anytime someone says "if anyone else directed . . .", I can only roll my eyes and think it doesn't matter "if."
Before Batman Begins, Christopher Nolan directed Memento and Insomnia, which barely had a large enough audience to be substantial. Batman is what made Chris Nolan popular, since it brought his talents to the forefront. Now, a good director with a strong filmography has a lot of fans, and inevitably, a faction of people who feel the need to attack those fans for liking him. As for anytime someone says "if anyone else directed . . .", I can only roll my eyes and think it doesn't matter "if." Chris Nolan made it, and he is a good filmmaker. If someone else made it, I would start to look into that other director, curious about what great films he has made. Kind of like what I did when I saw Rise Of The Planet Of The Ape,
11:04PM on 07/24/2012
Find me another director whose work inspires death threats for critics who dare to point out shortcomings. Nolan is remarkable in that his work causes viewers to lose all objectivity. He's certainly not inept, but he's a very clunky storyteller and can't write dialogue. Is it so hard to accept that? Why can't the cultists be measured in their responses. It's fascinating and bizarre, and I feel historically he will be relevant only as a phenomenon rather than as an interesting filmmaker.
Find me another director whose work inspires death threats for critics who dare to point out shortcomings. Nolan is remarkable in that his work causes viewers to lose all objectivity. He's certainly not inept, but he's a very clunky storyteller and can't write dialogue. Is it so hard to accept that? Why can't the cultists be measured in their responses. It's fascinating and bizarre, and I feel historically he will be relevant only as a phenomenon rather than as an interesting filmmaker.
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5:40PM on 07/24/2012

goodbye sir

And dont let the door hit you on the way out.
And dont let the door hit you on the way out.
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7:29PM on 07/24/2012
haters gon' hate.
haters gon' hate.
10:00PM on 07/24/2012
HAHAHAHAHAH :) that made me laugh hard. Inception was the only cool movie he did. and the dark knight thats all.
HAHAHAHAHAH :) that made me laugh hard. Inception was the only cool movie he did. and the dark knight thats all.
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5:36PM on 07/24/2012
Classiest director working today. It was an epic ride and I loved the hell out of each of these films. I'm sad to see the end of the trilogy and Nolan move on, but at the same time, it's good to know when to hang up your cape (sorry....). Thank you Nolan for a wonderful series of films and I really can't wait to see what you have in store next.
Classiest director working today. It was an epic ride and I loved the hell out of each of these films. I'm sad to see the end of the trilogy and Nolan move on, but at the same time, it's good to know when to hang up your cape (sorry....). Thank you Nolan for a wonderful series of films and I really can't wait to see what you have in store next.
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5:01PM on 07/24/2012
I walked out of the TDKR both sad and happy. Sad it was over, yet happy to have lived and been a part of it. Thank you Mr. Nolan for your masterpiece. I'm pretty sure I'll go see anything Nolan does, even if it's a Carebears remake.
I walked out of the TDKR both sad and happy. Sad it was over, yet happy to have lived and been a part of it. Thank you Mr. Nolan for your masterpiece. I'm pretty sure I'll go see anything Nolan does, even if it's a Carebears remake.
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5:01PM on 07/24/2012
I walked out of the TDKR both sad and happy. Sad it was over, yet happy to have lived and been a part of it. Thank you Mr. Nolan for your masterpiece. I'm pretty sure I'll go see anything Nolan does, even if it's a Carebears remake.
I walked out of the TDKR both sad and happy. Sad it was over, yet happy to have lived and been a part of it. Thank you Mr. Nolan for your masterpiece. I'm pretty sure I'll go see anything Nolan does, even if it's a Carebears remake.
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3:14PM on 07/24/2012
Really beautiful sentiments from Mr. Nolan. Nice send up of the material, the cast, the process. I think at heart he's still just a kid that loves and respects movies, and that really shines through in this.
Really beautiful sentiments from Mr. Nolan. Nice send up of the material, the cast, the process. I think at heart he's still just a kid that loves and respects movies, and that really shines through in this.
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1:35PM on 07/24/2012
Classy guy. I wish I had liked your last film more but no hard feelings.
Classy guy. I wish I had liked your last film more but no hard feelings.
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1:32PM on 07/24/2012

Joker

i might not like to watch these films repeatedly except The Dark knight which i already watched and will watch,umpteen times.never really had a fun ride with these dark,depressing films,except the Dark knight especially Joker.Why so serious..? ready to rape the dislike button.? Ha..oh..hee-hee,aha.Ha,ooh,hee,ha-ha,ha-ha..Tada..
i might not like to watch these films repeatedly except The Dark knight which i already watched and will watch,umpteen times.never really had a fun ride with these dark,depressing films,except the Dark knight especially Joker.Why so serious..? ready to rape the dislike button.? Ha..oh..hee-hee,aha.Ha,ooh,hee,ha-ha,ha-ha..Tada..
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1:18PM on 07/24/2012
You sir, are a class act

I Thank You
You sir, are a class act

I Thank You
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1:15PM on 07/24/2012

This guy...

get's it. He gets us.
get's it. He gets us.
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1:04PM on 07/24/2012

Take a bow Sir . .

For you have redefined summer blockbusters and comic book movies.You have seamlessly crossed the barrier between Comic book movies and normal movies. Thank you for treating us not only with your wonderful movies but also treating us as intelligent people.
For you have redefined summer blockbusters and comic book movies.You have seamlessly crossed the barrier between Comic book movies and normal movies. Thank you for treating us not only with your wonderful movies but also treating us as intelligent people.
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12:56PM on 07/24/2012

Take a bow Sir . .

For you have redefined summer blockbusters and comic book movies.You have seamlessly crossed the barrier between Comic book movies and normal movies. Thank you for treating us not only with your wonderful movies but also treating us as intelligent people.
For you have redefined summer blockbusters and comic book movies.You have seamlessly crossed the barrier between Comic book movies and normal movies. Thank you for treating us not only with your wonderful movies but also treating us as intelligent people.
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12:04PM on 07/24/2012
It's safe to say that the world of comic book movies wouldn't be the same if not for Nolan and co.'s big screen reinvention of Batman. They did the impossible, they brought one of the greatest comic book characters back from the neon-lit ashes, they found the real world in comic books and brought that to the big screen. Suddenly, every franchise wanted to reboot with "the next Batman Begins". While many people say that Nolan took the fun out of Batman, I beg to differ. Watching comic book
It's safe to say that the world of comic book movies wouldn't be the same if not for Nolan and co.'s big screen reinvention of Batman. They did the impossible, they brought one of the greatest comic book characters back from the neon-lit ashes, they found the real world in comic books and brought that to the big screen. Suddenly, every franchise wanted to reboot with "the next Batman Begins". While many people say that Nolan took the fun out of Batman, I beg to differ. Watching comic book stories have so many shades of the real world in them was massively entertaining, to see a comic book hero given such dramatic weight and having such resonance. I'm really happy that Nolan got to put his hand and footprints in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theater - in the relatively short time he's been making movies, he's certainly made quite the impact.
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11:59AM on 07/24/2012
Wow, that put tears in my eyes. That's really heartfelt. Thank you, Mr. Nolan, for giving us audiences around the world three exciting and wonderful Batman movies he truly deserves.
Wow, that put tears in my eyes. That's really heartfelt. Thank you, Mr. Nolan, for giving us audiences around the world three exciting and wonderful Batman movies he truly deserves.
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11:44AM on 07/24/2012

Good Ridance

Hopefully now Batman can get a writer/director who makes the material a little fun again and not so damn serious and boring.
Hopefully now Batman can get a writer/director who makes the material a little fun again and not so damn serious and boring.
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1:16PM on 07/24/2012
not serious? Have you read Batman? or even seen DC's animated films of Batman? If he wasn't Batman he would be The Serious Knight! Aside from my admiration of the trilogy, and of Nolan, I'm not posting a reply for those reasons. Im merely posting a reply out of sheer curiosity, in what universe (comic) is batman not serious? He uses, runs, manipulates, The Justice league for his on moral view on how things should be executed. The cowl consumes his life, and his alter ego Wayne is almost non
not serious? Have you read Batman? or even seen DC's animated films of Batman? If he wasn't Batman he would be The Serious Knight! Aside from my admiration of the trilogy, and of Nolan, I'm not posting a reply for those reasons. Im merely posting a reply out of sheer curiosity, in what universe (comic) is batman not serious? He uses, runs, manipulates, The Justice league for his on moral view on how things should be executed. The cowl consumes his life, and his alter ego Wayne is almost non existent? I could never see a Batman film that wasn't serious, or was fun in a Marvel type of way. However to each his own i guess, but id like to know, where is this fun Batman that you have come accustomed too?
1:25PM on 07/24/2012
I agree that Batman should always be a dark and brooding character.

That being said, Batman was "fun" in the 1966 movie with Adam West.

POW!! ZAAAAM! SLAAP!!
I agree that Batman should always be a dark and brooding character.

That being said, Batman was "fun" in the 1966 movie with Adam West.

POW!! ZAAAAM! SLAAP!!
5:35PM on 07/24/2012
Nolan came closest to delivering Batman than any filmmaker before him (including the 60's). The days of Adam West and Michael Keaton Batman are over. And I don't know about you, but despite the serious nature of these films, I still had a lot of fun. But gl with your hopes and wishes.
Nolan came closest to delivering Batman than any filmmaker before him (including the 60's). The days of Adam West and Michael Keaton Batman are over. And I don't know about you, but despite the serious nature of these films, I still had a lot of fun. But gl with your hopes and wishes.
5:39PM on 07/24/2012
There´s a difference between fun and downright goofy. And yes, Batman is a cartoon character, and yes, the way he was used in the Nolan movies was boring.
There´s a difference between fun and downright goofy. And yes, Batman is a cartoon character, and yes, the way he was used in the Nolan movies was boring.
7:31PM on 07/24/2012
This guy probably loved Batman Forever and Batman & Robin....good ol George Clooney with the nipple suit.
This guy probably loved Batman Forever and Batman & Robin....good ol George Clooney with the nipple suit.
9:59PM on 07/24/2012
LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOO fuck you win for most neg comments my friend. Thought I was the most hated on the site. I am not going crazy over the movies like everyone else is. It was just about one whole movie thats all. LOL. The first one wasn't all that good the 2nd one was the best and the 3rd lacked alot felt as if chunks were missing and if nolan wasn't trying, he was like fuck it I am done. (but we all know he isn't done, he'll be back for #4, look at bay with transformers) Anyways the ending was
LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOO fuck you win for most neg comments my friend. Thought I was the most hated on the site. I am not going crazy over the movies like everyone else is. It was just about one whole movie thats all. LOL. The first one wasn't all that good the 2nd one was the best and the 3rd lacked alot felt as if chunks were missing and if nolan wasn't trying, he was like fuck it I am done. (but we all know he isn't done, he'll be back for #4, look at bay with transformers) Anyways the ending was fucking wrecthed in the 3rd one that was a joke should of fuckin killed off batman.
11:24AM on 07/24/2012
To correct the earlier commenter's typo... Next: Nolan + Craig = James Bond
To correct the earlier commenter's typo... Next: Nolan + Craig = James Bond
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10:48PM on 07/24/2012
Agreed: Craig is not going anywhere. He is the new iteration of James Bond.
Agreed: Craig is not going anywhere. He is the new iteration of James Bond.
11:06AM on 07/24/2012

Up next

Next: Nolan + Fassbender= JAMES BOND
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Next: Nolan + Fassbender= JAMES BOND
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9:55PM on 07/24/2012
That'll seriously make my life
That'll seriously make my life
10:50AM on 07/24/2012
How better to react to such a heartfelt statement than with a *slow clap*. Thank you, sir, for making a Batman trilogy worthy of Bob Kane's vision. People will tell their kids about your movies, and kids will tell their kids about how "those awesome classic Batman films" changed superhero movies forever.
How better to react to such a heartfelt statement than with a *slow clap*. Thank you, sir, for making a Batman trilogy worthy of Bob Kane's vision. People will tell their kids about your movies, and kids will tell their kids about how "those awesome classic Batman films" changed superhero movies forever.
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10:38AM on 07/24/2012
What an amazing man,simple.
What an amazing man,simple.
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10:08AM on 07/24/2012
At this point I wouldn't be mad at him if he broke into a rendition of Kanye's "Can't Tell Me Nothing"..... Because after Momento, Inception and the brilliant Bat Trilogy; Hollywood can't tell him shit! I look forward to his future work, and will love him for giving us the greatest take on a comic book character since Donner's Superman and Rami's Spiderman!
At this point I wouldn't be mad at him if he broke into a rendition of Kanye's "Can't Tell Me Nothing"..... Because after Momento, Inception and the brilliant Bat Trilogy; Hollywood can't tell him shit! I look forward to his future work, and will love him for giving us the greatest take on a comic book character since Donner's Superman and Rami's Spiderman!
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10:02AM on 07/24/2012
"I will miss the Batman. I like to think that hell miss me, but hes never been particularly sentimental"

Had a lump in my throat reading that.

Thank you Mr. Nolan for a wonderful trilogy.
"I will miss the Batman. I like to think that hell miss me, but hes never been particularly sentimental"

Had a lump in my throat reading that.

Thank you Mr. Nolan for a wonderful trilogy.
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10:01AM on 07/24/2012

Good Ridance

Hopefully now Batman can get a writer/director who makes the material a little fun again and not so damn serious and boring.
Hopefully now Batman can get a writer/director who makes the material a little fun again and not so damn serious and boring.
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10:44PM on 07/24/2012
Look at you: you're a rebell. You fight the public opinion and call good movies "boring" to provoke a reaction. It must make you feel so good. Way to go!
Look at you: you're a rebell. You fight the public opinion and call good movies "boring" to provoke a reaction. It must make you feel so good. Way to go!
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9:40AM on 07/24/2012

Happy & Sad

On the one side, the best comic movie trilogy comes to an end. On the other side, Nolan hopefully gives us new original movies.
On the one side, the best comic movie trilogy comes to an end. On the other side, Nolan hopefully gives us new original movies.
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9:07AM on 07/24/2012

*stands on desk*

Oh Captain, my Captain.
Oh Captain, my Captain.
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9:00AM on 07/24/2012

That was awesome!!

Thank you, Christopher Nolan. I look forward to seeing what you do next!
Thank you, Christopher Nolan. I look forward to seeing what you do next!
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