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The footage of how the late actor developed ideas to play the archenemy of Batman is taken from the German documentary series, 'Too Young to Die'.
'There's a little of The Dark Knight in him,' Hammer says of his titular character, whom he claims to be much more 'badass' than the original 1950s version.
The 'Dark Knight Knight Rises' helmer claims that if he finally decides to direct a 007 film, 'it would have to be the right situation and the right time in their cycle of things.'
Though it outperforms the first film, 'Iron Man 2' does not surpass the 'Batman' sequel which gained $158 million on its debut weekend.
The project which has not been officially announced yet reportedly has been scouting location in the windy city, where 'Batman Begins' and 'The Dark Knight' were shot.
The Riddler may become the main villain in the next 'Batman' movie, while other characters who could make appearances in the film include the Penguin, Dr. Victor Fries and Dick Grayson.
Although there are many speculations about 'Batman 3', Michael Caine claims he is not sure whether Warner Bros. Pictures will make the follow-up to box office movie 'The Dark Knight'.
'There is nobody, there's no script, there's nothing,' insisted the actor who plays Alfred Pennyworth in the last two installments of 'Batman' film at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
'If Chris [Nolan] called me, I would certainly do it,' the actor who plays Harvey 'Two Face' Dent in 'The Dark Knight' says of his willingness to return for another 'Batman' movie.
Denying report which said that the 'Transformers' actress would don the catsuit in next 'Batman' film, a representative for Warner Brothers stated the news is 'not true.'
Rumor has it, director Christopher Nolan is considering a total IMAX approach to shoot the entire third chapter of his caped crusader's series.
On the panel promoting 'The Book of Eli' at San Diego Comic Con 2009, the Commissioner Gordon of 'The Dark Knight', Gary Oldman, lets word slip on when the next 'Batman' movie goes into production.