Re: How many years should WB wait before making a Batman reboot?
Originally Posted by Rockstar
I just watched an interview with Michael Uslan on SPACE network and he comments on how he is in awe of what Nolan has done in making Bruce Wayne a real character, and turning Batman into a property that isn't a 'comicbook film' per say, but a great film in general.
I really don't think Warner Bros are going to change the Nolan formula with the films beyond TDKR. It's almost a step backwards to go to the fantasy/stylistic comicbook approach.
Batman will stay grounded in gritty hyper-realism for as long as it's profitable and critically successful to do so.
I was more referring to Goyer being retained. He is arguably the weakest link of Nolan's franchise. I'd rather have a writer who can construct a solid three-act story.
"A bat signal, for listeners who might not know, refers to the children's character The Bat Man - a strong gentleman who fights crime nocturnally."
Last edited by Boom; 02-22-2012 at 07:00 PM.