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Old 12-17-2012, 03:58 PM   #79
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Default Re: The "Nolan's views on Batman villains" thread

Originally Posted by Bat-Mite View Post
Here's the actual quote to read in its proper context: "Bane is primarily a physical presence," Nolan continued. "He's threatening in a monstrous way and very frightening in a physical way, and that's why we went for him. We didn't want to do any kind of watered down version of the Joker, which a lot of those characters are, and we really found something in him. He's got incredible intelligence as well and a really fascinating backstory that we were able to draw elements from into our story. I'm very excited for the world to see what Tom Hardy has done with this, because he's created this unbelievably unique character."

"A lot" =/= "most." The point he was making was that he wanted to use a character that was absolutely nothing like the Joker. This topic is much ado about nothing.
This post is as valid now as it was in 2011 in the context of this thread.

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