Christopher Nolan is best known for directing the ‘Batman’ comic book movie trilogy. Without a doubt, his trilogy remains one of the most beloved among fans of the superhero. Nolan had recently shared that he felt lucky to be working at a time when movies were not becoming “a business driver.”
Nolan dispelled the current culture of turning comics into films during the promotional tour of a book about his films, written by Tom Shore. For the uninformed, “ Batman Begins, ” Nolan’s first film, came at a time when even the Marvel Cinematic Universe was just getting started.
“When we made Batman Begins, we didn’t know we would make one and it took us three years to do it, then four years before the next one. We had the luxury of time. It didn’t look like a machine, a commercial engine for the studio. As the genre becomes so successful, these pressures become greater and greater. It was the right time, “he was heard.
Nolan said it was the right time. “It was the right time to tell the story I wanted to make,” he said.
He expanded on his project and shared, “Batman’s origin story had never been touched on in the movie or completely in the comics. There wasn’t one particular or exact thing that we had to follow. There was a gap in movie history. Superman had a very definitive narrative with Christopher Reeve and Richard Donner. The version of it with Batman had never been told. We were watching this tale of an extraordinary figure in a world. ordinary. “
Nolan had worked on “Batman Begins”, “The Dark Knight” and “The Dark Knight Rises”. It was the first and only time Christian Bale worked on the superhero film. The actor actually made it clear that he would only return if Nolan worked on the franchise again.
Meanwhile, Robert Pattinson is the last to shoot Batman. The film is directed by Matt Reeves.