He has said he isn't very interested in doing something without christian bale but if he did reboot batman again to fit into the man of steel universe would you be interested in it? I think he would def have to change the tone of the movie to fit into the man of steel universe. It would have to be less grounded in reality than his trilogy. Almost everything in his trilogy was realistic. I think if he redid it he could focus more on making batman agile and fast like he is in the comics and show off his detective skills and tech. Show more of his combat skills and gadgets. What do you think? Would you care if nolan redid it?
@sog7dc: I don't think it comes to disagreeing. I mean, his portrayl is nice.
However, there's never been a true Joker. Not going to count Hamil, even though he'd work. Sadly, never one on the big screen. Not even Nicholson.
Nicholson didn't cover Joker's serious moments well. Heath didn't catch Joker's fun moments well. We need a Joker who can pull off both.
@sog7dc: Disagree with what? I never said I didn't like Ledger's portrayal.
I just said I wanted one that truly expresses the traditional Joker: comical but sadistic, hysterical but terrifying, random but genius, every character trait that makes him the greatest and most-feared villain of all time.
@sideburnguru: To be honest, I don't think there is any actor out there that's great enough to pull it off. Joker has such a big character with so many elements to his complex personality that it'd take someone who is thoroughly familiar with the Joker's character to portray him properly on screen.
Maybe they should keep Bale but connect the DK trilogy to the Justice League movie? They could release a Justice League movie which introduces Batman (Christian Bale) to Superman (Henry Cavill), and take it from there. I don't know if it's worth rebooting it since the trilogy is so recent.