Christopher Nolan’s first two films in his Batman trilogy bring the Dark Knight movie storyline back into the sensible. No more “how do you have a budget of $100+ million and put out such boring and garish tripe?” No Bat-nipples. No Ahnold. No Jack Nicholson’s Joker (don’t care what one might say, Heath Ledger is insanely random – that’s the ultimate iteration of the character – see Arkham Asylum for a deep draught of the madness). We’re looking forward to the Dark Knight Rises not just because it’s sure to be great story-telling but because we can’t wait to see what Tom Hardy will do next. Huzzah!
Christopher Nolan, enter stage right…
Born: 30 July, 1970 in the U.K. but now calls L.A. his home.
Why he’s awesome: never puts out any garbage!
Films (see IMDB for more details)
1998 : Following
2000 : Memento
2002 : Insomnia
2005 : Batman Begins
2006 : The Prestige
2008 : The Dark Knight
2010 : Inception
2012 : The Dark Knight Rises
2013 : Man of Steel