WB Rumoured To Be Trying To Get Christopher Nolan To Direct More Batman Movies

It’s now being rumoured that Warner Bros. Pictures is looking at getting Christopher Nolan to direct more Batman movies in the future. This rumour comes to us from Giant Freakin Robot.

This is something that’s been rumoured for quite some time. There have been a lot of rumours out there suggesting that Warner Bros. Pictures has been trying to get Christopher Nolan to direct more Batman movies in the future.

Giant Freakin Robot has now added their names into the ring. They’re claiming that Christopher Nolan is going to direct more Batman movies for Warner Bros. Pictures. This sounds great, but forgive me for being slightly sceptical, especially after the move that Warner Bros just pulled putting all their 2021 blockbusters onto HBO Max.

Christopher Nolan might be directing more Batman movies

Christopher Nolan on Blade Runner 2049

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Here’s what Giant Freakin Robot had to say about Christopher Nolan directing more Batman movies:

Warner Bros has always wanted Christopher Nolan involved in the future of their superhero franchises, but he has always said no. Now though, with movie theaters dying and Tenet flopping, word is that Nolan’s stance on doing more Batman has softened and he’s open to new ideas. My source (the same source that made Giant Freakin Robot the first outlet anywhere to break the news that Wonder Woman 1984 would release on streaming) tells me Christopher Nolan is actually considering it. In the past the auteur has flatly rejected the idea of returning to Batman, however the very public failure of Tenet apparently rocked him to the core as a director, and he’s far more open to the idea of returning to the world Batman than he has ever been in the past.

What do you make of this rumour? Would you like to see Christopher Nolan direct more Batman movies for Warner Bros. Pictures? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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