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Posted: 08/30/2016 in Uncategorized


The Dark Knight Rises Ending is “Perfect”

News Simon Brew

8/30/2016 at 8:29AM

Joseph Gordon-Levitt defends Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy ending.

This story contains spoilers for The Dark Knight Rises.

It’d be fair to say that Warner Bros hasn’t quite picked up the momentum generated by Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy of Batman movies, as it attempts to launch a DC movie universe in the aftermath of their success. Certainly the return of Batman to the big screen in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice was not without problems earlier this year.

Nolan’s final Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, cast Joseph Gordon-Levitt as John Blake, with the broad hint that he would take on the guise of Batman or Robin.

In an interview with Cinemablend while promoting his latest film, Snowden, Gordon-Levitt said that he didn’t want to see John Blake ever become Batman. He added that “I know we’re all used to the sort of Marvel movies, which are just kind of endless series.”

“They don’t really have a beginning, middle, and end. But I think Nolan very much thought of that movie as a conclusion, and there’s a theme that runs through all three of those movies that begins in the first movie, runs through the second movie and it concludes in that moment where he says that Batman is more than a man, Batman is a symbol. And so to have another man other than Bruce Wayne kind of becoming Batman at the end of that trilogy, I think that’s the perfect ending to that story.”

We’ll next see Batman on the big screen in Justice League, which lands in November 2017.


Source: Den of Geek


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