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Hope Not Lost for Batman 3


Not really indie news, but it's Batman 3. Who doesn't want to hear about it?

Well it appears that the anxiety towards Christopher Nolan's involvement may be all for naught. Batman On Film's source says hold off the negativity

* “The last I heard was that Chris (Nolan) was digging into INCEPTION…but still working on breaking a story [for BATMAN 3] with David (Goyer) and Jonah (Nolan)."

* “All the talk of Warners worrying about not getting him back aren't really true at this point. They do have ideas of some people to approach if Chris officially terminates his involvement, but [Warner Bros. expects him] to return to the franchise at the moment -- assuming that a story that excites him is hatched by him, David and Jonah. I do think it's fair to call it 50/50 at this point on that regard, it's not nearly a sure thing, but they seem hopeful that he's going to find a story he wants to tell.”
Good news for everyone. Although hearing more about Inception would be nice.

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Stan The Man said…
Really Hoping Riddler Is Johnny Depp

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