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Published: May 13, 2018 9:00:11 am
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan says he found each of the Batman film to be coming from different genre. While speaking about the epic finale to the trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, Nolan envisioned “this movie as a historical epic. But I think if I made my version of James Bond, Inception is far more guilty of that than The Dark Knight,” shared Nolan. He said, ‘To me, each film is a different genre. While taking part in a masterclass conversation during his first visit ever to the Cannes Film Festival, Nolan said he viewed each of his three Batman movies as being part of different genres, according to The Hollywood Reporter. When asked if his Batman paid homage to James Bond, Nolan admitted that there was a connection. “So shifting genres and the nature of the antagonist felt the way to take the audience on a journey and tell them something different about Bruce Wayne,” said Nolan. He’s a mentor-turned-enemy’. Related News
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The Dunkirk helmer also shared that he didn’t see himself launching a Batman franchise when he took the job at Warner Bros. He continued, The Dark Knight for me was always a crime drama in the mould of a Michael Mann film. Batman Begins is a straightforward origins story. The Joker was a terrorist, an agent of chaos set loose’. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App But, when he was asked questions about his blockbuster The Dark Knight trilogy, the director could not help but provide some unique take on the trilogy. “We hadn’t planned on doing a sequel,” Nolan said. They tend to be defined by the villain.