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'Batman 3' May Never Happen

November 13, 2009 02:52:25 GMT

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'.


'Batman 3' May Never Happen
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Despite a good reception for "The Dark Knight", it appears that Warner Bros. Pictures has not had any plan about making the sequel. Recently, one of the "Batman" stars, Michael Caine, told British magazine Shortlist that he doubted the studio will ever make "Batman 3".

"I don't know if they are ever going to make another 'Batman'," Caine said. Even if there will be the third film, the depicter of butler Alfred Pennyworth claimed it will not be happening soon, as he stated, "If they do it won't be for quite a while." However, he added, "As for the future... if they ever make another 'Batman' I will be in, I will be the butler..."

Talks of a follow-up to "The Dark Knight" have been circulating around since the movie blew up in the box office and collected awards. Recently, it was reported that the next installment of the "Batman" film franchise will be fully shot in IMAX.

As for the cast, Aaron Eckhart has uttered his willingness to reprise his role as Harvey "Two Face" Dent. Moreover, Johnny Depp has opened door to possibility of him joining the cast ensemble for the movie to portray the superhero's nemesis, the Riddler. However, nothing has been set in stone for "Batman 3".

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by Charlie on Dec 23, 2009
It's nice to read actual news on Batman 3 instead of just idiotic sarcasm and rumors. Thanks for the update.
posted by Joshua on Nov 13, 2009
Ahhh, yes, another sign that the neocons are threatened by the likes of Batman, Superman, or Six "Billion" dollar man. And all those "accidents" involving the Batman cast.... well, that was enough for the studios to get the hint.
posted by Shoggoth on Nov 13, 2009
If you made the Dark Knight would you ever take a risk tarnishing your reputation by directing a sequel almost destined to inferiority? Or just rest on your laurels and let someone else mess up the legacy? Remember: Nobody blames Tim Burton for Batman and Robbin.

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