Christian Bale has said that he is open to the possibility of reprising his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman for a fourth time on the big screen. However, he has stipulated that Christopher Nolan must helm the project for him to do so.
The actor who won an Academy Award recently said in an interview with ScreenRant that he would reprise his role as the “Dark Knight” if Christopher Nolan returned to the director’s chair. According to the reports, Nolan directed Bale in all three of the Batman movies that were released, with both “The Dark Knight” and “The Dark Knight Rises” earning more than one billion dollars at box offices across the globe.
“No. Nobody has ever brought it up in conversation with me and mentioned it thus far. Sometimes people would come up to me and say, “Oh, I hear you were contacted and promised all of this.” And I’m thinking, “That’s fresh information to me.” When questioned about the possibility of playing Batman again, Bale said, “No one’s ever mentioned that.”
“Chris Nolan and I had a deal,” she said. We said, ‘Hey, see. Let’s shoot three movies if we have the chance to do so, should we be so fortunate. After that, let’s get up and go. Let’s not tarry for an excessively long time.’ I think it would be something if Chris Nolan ever declared to himself, “You know what, I’ve got another narrative to tell.” In my view, it would be something to look forward to. And if he wanted to recount that tale with me, I would be happy to do so,” Bale said.
In the film “Batman Begins,” Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale used a realistic approach to the comic book movie genre, which helped revolutionise the kind of film. The duo’s 2008 sequel, “The Dark Knight,” is widely regarded as the best superhero movie ever created, and many people hold this opinion. Following Bale’s departure from the role of Batman, Ben Affleck and Robert Pattinson have both stepped into the shoes of the Dark Knight. According to the sources, the latter received praise earlier this year for his work on ‘The Batman,’ which made a total of 770 million dollars throughout the globe. This figure is far more than the 373 million dollars collected by Christian Bale’s first film, ‘Batman Begins.’