Gary Oldman Discusses Christopher Nolan's Decision To Direct A Third Batman Movie!
The actor talks revealingly about the director's decision to direct The Dark Knight Rises, comments on the huge amount of secrecy surrounding the scripts last three pages and more...
In an interview conducted this week with various news organisations during promotion for Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, the actor also commented on the secrecy surrounding the script...while we've already heard just how careful Christopher Nolan is being with The Dark Knight Rises story details, it sounds like something pretty major happens in the last three pages! Here is an excerpt courtesy of Winnipeg Free Press.
"Christopher doesn't want anyone to ruin it and I completely understand that. The newer people on the film go to his office to read the script. They sent mine out, but it had to be hand delivered directly to me and nobody else. And the final few pages were missing. I went along and talked to Christopher and in person about the ending. Then I locked it away in my head."
We've seen a partial transcript of the following video, but here are his thoughts on Christopher Nolan's decision to direct a third (and possibly final) Batman movie courtesy of the guys over at Love Film.
Head to the 2:35 mark for talk of The Dark Knight Rises.
Wondering what the fuss over Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is all about? Well, here's the trailer for that as well! There's already been talk of Oldman getting an Oscar for his role, while it also stars fellow TDKR actor, Tom Hardy. (aka Bane) It's out now in the UK, and will hit the big screen in the US this December.
Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Michael Caine as Alfred
Gary Oldman as Commissioner Jim Gordon
Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox
Tom Hardy as Bane
Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle/Catwoman
Joseph Gordon-Levitt as John Blake
Marion Cotillard as Miranda Tate
Josh Pence as Ra's Al Ghul
RELEASE DATE: July 20th, 2012
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