Zack Snyder Talks Christopher Nolan's Reaction To BATMAN v SUPERMAN; "I Think He Found It A Little Bit Hard"

Zack Snyder Talks Christopher Nolan's Reaction To BATMAN v SUPERMAN; "I Think He Found It A Little Bit Hard"

How did The Dark Knight Trilogy's Christopher Nolan feel about the decision to pit Batman against Superman, and did he give Zack Snyder his blessing? Find out here!

Batman's return to the big screen comes just four years after Christopher Nolan ended the Caped Crusader's story in The Dark Knight Rises, and it sounds like the filmmaker was a little take aback to learn that Zack Snyder wanted to pit him against Superman in a movie which, according to Empire Online, will essentially portray the character as a villain.

"You tell me if you don’t want me to do it," Snyder reportedly told Nolan before the director replied: "Well, we don’t own these characters. When you’re done making Batman movies, someone else will [make them]." Could this be why Nolan - who executive produced Man of Steel - decided to remove himself from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Whatever the answer, Snyder got his blessing to move forward with his vision.
 
"I think he found it a little bit hard," Snyder admits. "I would feel the same way. In a lot of ways Batman v Superman is a very personal concept. It is just two people trying to understand each other’s point of view." Do you think Batman should have been left on the shelf a little longer? 
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