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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 37 weeks ago

Christopher Nolan's Brother, Jonathan, Would Do More DC Comics Superhero Movies

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Director Christopher Nolan stated that he is done with the Batman franchise and super hero films in general, but that doesn't apply for the entire Nolan family.

Jonathan Nolan, Christopher's brother, who co-wrote The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises, recently was asked about doing more super hero movies as well as about the inclusion of Robin and the interpretation to the ending of The Dark Knight Rises regarding Alfred.

Jonathan Nolan says it isn't for him to give his opinion about what Alfred saw, that if the audience is talking and arguing over the ending that it's a good thing. He goes on to say the use of Robin was a wink to the fans and when asked about doing further comic book movies replies in the affirmative.

"But, yeah. DC has some fantastic properties," Nolan told IGN. "Would love to take another crack at it some point."

Besides the new Superman movie, Man of Steel, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment also have a Justice League movie planned.

There is mention of a Wonder Woman movie, as well as The Flash and Lobo, could Jonathan Nolan be taking one of those on?

Or how about the Batman 2016 reboot?

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