You have already heard that Christopher Nolan discusses the importance of bringing his trilogy run to its conclusion with the L.A. Times. Christian Bale , and Morgan Freeman also shared there thoughts with the L.A. Times about working on Nolan’s Batman trilogy and realizing that it’s all over now .
Christian Bale : “I remember when I first read the script, of course it was all top secret. I went round by Chris’ house, was shut in the room with the script — not allowed to leave with it — and it hit me that this was the last one. What Chris couldn’t believe was how slow I read because I go back and re-read until I have it all in my mind. I was in there six or seven hours. It was dark when I came out. And I was smiling.”
“Back in Gotham, back in Chris Nolan’s city,” actor Morgan Freeman said as he stepped past barbed wire and debris used in a just-finished scene. A moment later, he added: “The only drawback is this is the last one we get to work on with him. And a lot of us won’t really get that until later. It’s not until the curtain goes down that you think, ‘Jesus, that’s the last one.’ ”
I will never forget when I heard Batman was coming back to life on the big screen . I felt like a kid again with all the excitement . It saddened me to think that this really is the last Nolan Batman film . I feel sorry for the next director who has to take over the Batman franchise . I don’t believe Batman will ever be the same .
Source – L.A. Times