June 30, 2008 08:30:22 GMT
The stars and the director of the forthcoming Batman sequel movie sat down to share what they have in mind about the new film.
In mid-July, the highly anticipated superhero flick "The Dark Knight" will be striving to wow moviegoers everywhere with its theatrical release. Having been introduced through various video footages previously, the film now brings fans and movie lovers alike to get deeper understanding to it with one-on-one interview with some of its cast and director.
Sitting down with IESB for a chat about the movie were Lucius Fox's depicter, Morgan Freeman, Bruce Wayne/Batman's portrayer Christian Bale and director Christopher Nolan. Freeman discusses about justice and crime fighter term, while Bale talks about the difficulties faced by Bruce with the power he has as Batman and the underlying tone hinted by Nolan in the movie. Additionally, Nolan opens up about the maturity of Batman compared to the first film, "Batman Begins" and the negative consequences the superhero has to deal from his crusade for justice.
In association with Legendary Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures will present another Batman story in which the bat-themed superhero will be facing his toughest enemy yet, Joker. Supported by a line of talented actors, such as Heath Ledger, Gary Oldman, Aaron Eckhart and Maggie Gyllenhaal, it will be coming full force to the theaters on July 18.