Christian Bale wants the fourth Batman movie with Christopher Nolan

Christian Bale didn’t quite close the door when playing Bruce Wayne/Batman for the fourth time on the big screen. There is only one condition: Christopher Nolan must direct. The Oscar-winning actor recently said ScreenRant He had donned the Dark Knight’s robe again as long as Nolan appeared in the director’s chair. Nolan Bell has directed in three Batman films, with “The Dark Knight” and “The Dark Knight Rises” both grossing over a billion dollars at the worldwide box office.

No. No one ever mentioned it to me. Asked about reprising Batman, Bill said. “Sometimes people say to me, ‘Uh, I heard you were approached and offered all this.’ And I’m like, this is news to me. Nobody has said that before.”

“I made a deal with Chris Nolan,” Bell added. We said, ‘Hey, look. Let’s make three movies, if we’re lucky enough to do so. Then let’s go away. Let’s not slow down too long. In my opinion, it would be something if Chris Nolan said to himself, “You know what, I have another story to tell.” And if he wants to tell that story with me, I’ll join in.”

Together, Nolan and Bill redefined comic book film with their primary approach to genre in “Batman Begins.” With the sequel to 2008’s “The Dark Knight,” the duo delivered what many still consider the greatest superhero movie ever made. Since Bill finished playing Batman, Ben Affleck and Robert Pattinson have taken over the role. The latter earned acclaim earlier this year for The Batman, which grossed $770 million worldwide (much more than $373 million from Bale’s “Batman Begins” launcher).

“I still haven’t seen him. Bill said recently diverse About “Batman”. “Listen, my friend, it’s amazing how few movies I see. Every director I work with, I’ve seen a couple of their movies and they always look at me and say, ‘Are you kidding me?’ I really like to taste movies and don’t watch a lot of them. But I will, for sure I will.” “

Bell added, “Robert is a very cool actor. We bumped into each other, we talked a little bit about it early on, and I heard great things.”

Next up for Bill is a return to comic book movies thanks to his villainous role as the butcher of Gore-God in “Thor: Love and Thunder,” which opens nationwide on July 8.



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