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Old 05-23-2013, 10:42 AM   #72
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Default Re: How to avoid rehashing elements from the Nolan Trilogy

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Originally Posted by KangConquers View Post
I sometimes wonder if there's anything left to say with the Batman character. After seven movies, is there really anything to do other than episodic Batman vs. Villains? We've seen camp Batman (The 60s series, the Schumacker films) fantasy based Batman (the Burton films), grounded Batman (The Nolan films), is there any tone at this point that won't simply synthesize past movies?
Every series has had areas where others have succeeded where they failed. A synthesis of ideas is almost always the best way to go. Anyway, I haven't seen an art deco piece, a period piece, anything that focuses on Batman as an Arthurian type figure.

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