How many times have we heard it? That Christopher Nolan is done with his Batman films and will not be doing anymore of those movies?
Probably too many to count by now.
Of course, with the success of The Dark Knight Rises, Nolan was the first pick to helm the Justice League movie, but apparently turned it down.
However, as we have heard from director Zack Snyder who at first said his Superman will not be a part of Justice League, but it's own thing, could Christopher Nolan have changed his mine as well?
IndieWire caught up with Christopher Nolan and asked if he was done with super hero movies and suggested that Warner Bros. might want him on Justice League. IndieWire mentioned how the studio might want him to take a route with their movies similar to what Joss Whedon is doing with Marvel Studios.
Nolan's response was a soft laugh with, “Well, as I’ve said, and I’ll say definitively again, I am done with the Batman films, the trilogy is completed. It ended in the manner we had envisioned.”
Nolan goes on to comment about the question regarding whether or not he is finished with super hero movies.
"Well, I’m producing Superman [Man of Steel] now and I’m enjoying time off and taking a break,” he said with a smile, IndieWire reports.
The Justice League movie is slated for a 2015 release and by all accounts will feature Henry Cavill as Superman.
Are both Snyder and Nolan - already - on board?