Warner Bros. hat das Projekt zwar auf Eis gelegt, aber man plant immer noch einen Justice League of America Film zu machen. The Dark Knight Regisseur Christopher Nolan hat nun seine Gedanken zu einem solchen Film gegenüber der LA Times geäußert. Demnach kann er sich den Batman, den er in seinen Filmen kreiert hat, nicht in einem Fim mit Superman vorstellen. Man kann sich nur schwer vorstellen, dass Bruce Wayne so handeln würde, wenn er sich bewusst wäre, dass Superman existieren würde. Zumindest in der Form, wie Nolan den dunklen Ritter angelegt hat. Man müsste für einen Justice League of America Film also einen anderen Weg gehen.

"I don't think our Batman, our Gotham, lends itself to that kind of cross-fertilization," said Nolan. "It goes back to one of the first things we wrangled with when we first started putting the story together: Is this a world in which comic books already exist? Is this a world in which superheroes already exist?"

He continued: "If you think of 'Batman Begins' and you think of the philosophy of this character trying to reinvent himself as a symbol, we took the position -- we didn't address it directly in the film, but we did take the position philosophically -- that superheroes simply don't exist. If they did, if Bruce [Wayne] knew of Superman or even of comic books, then that's a completely different decision that he's making when he puts on a costume in an attempt to become a symbol. It's a paradox and a conundrum, but what we did is go back to the very original concept and idea of the character. In his first appearances, he invents himself as a totally original creation."

Quelle: LA Times

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