Joseph Gordon Levitt talks more Dark Knight movies
One of our favourite actor's (certainly incoming Movie Editor Caroline Foran's favourite) Joseph Gordon Levitt has spoken about that final scene in The Dark Knight Rises and where it could go. Needless to say if you haven’t seen it and will be, avoid the next paragraph.
Levitt told MTV, "It’s pretty awesome, right? I was a fan of those movies before I ever met [Christopher Nolan] or did Inception or ever thought I was going to get to do The Dark Knight Rises. He’s such a great storyteller and filmmaker. It was such an honour." When probed if it was set up for a sequel (of sorts) with his ironically named character Levitt responded, "I don’t get to decide those things. That’s the honest truth, man. You think I get to make those decisions? I don’t think it’s necessarily a setup [for a sequel]. I think it’s a great ending for that trilogy. Even if you go back to Batman Begins, he’s talking about how Batman is more than a man. It’s a symbol. A hero can be anybody, and we all have heroes inside of us. That’s a theme that runs throughout the trilogy."
Surely Warner Bros would be pushing for the series to carry on, somewhat as is? Robin/Batman battling The Riddler/The Penguin maybe? Would love to see Levitt return regardless.
Story by Mike Sheridan | 15:57 | Thursday 16th August 2012 | Movie News
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