I wrote that and the rumour was debunked like 2 hours later. Bad luck indeed.DoubleD wrote:On second thought....didich wrote:Funny how this thread may actually be useful now.
All non-Nolan related film, tv, and streaming discussions.
People are thinking it's debunked, because some guy on CBM which doesn't have much credibility as Latino-Review does says Bale is not in JL.jcvargas09 wrote:The rumor isn't debunked yet.didich wrote:
I wrote that and the rumour was debunked like 2 hours later. Bad luck indeed.
It's a good theory, but I'm sure that WB definitely did not forced Nolan to do anything about the end of TDK trilogy. I think it was a happy coincidence, but I really don't want to see JGL as Batman.Murphy528 wrote:Here's what I personally think. WB did in fact somewhat force Nolan into the ending we got in TDKR. And the whole thing about MoS not being a part of a future Justice League continuity is a total lie. They KNOW that they want a quick way to compete with The Avengers, so they're rushing through a plan to connect all these movies, with which Nolan's trilogy counts. ... indirectly. Joseph Gordon-Levitt (I'd put money on this) would be Batman in the Justice League film, which connects Nolan's trilogy to it. Henry Cavill is Superman in the Justice League movie. Bank on it.
As much as I absolutely loved TDKR and was blown away by it, there are decisions made in that film that totally reek of studio interference.
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Rises
Man of Steel
(Whatever else is made; Wonder Woman, The Flash, etc.)
^^ They inhabit the same universe. You just watch. The easy excuse is that you can ignore everything outside of Nolan's trilogy if you want (which is fair). Bruce's story is done, Alfred is done - nobody really has to return except for Joseph Gordon-Levitt.