Screenwriter says Dark Knight sequel rumors all false
Ever since The Dark Knight came out and started garnering positive reviews, earning lots of money and becoming IMDb's favorite movie of all time (it has since fallen to #4), rumors have been flying regarding various aspects of a possible sequel. They've already been put to rest once. Now we're here to confirm they're all being put to rest again.
Screenwriter David Goyer told MTV News that none of the rumors are true, "It's all BS. ALL of it." ALL of it means that Christopher Nolan has not signed on yet, no casting has been decided and no actors have signed on to return.
“Chris and I haven’t even talked about it. He quite understandably is taking a long, long vacation and wants to purge himself,” Goyer told MTV. Guess this means Cher might not actually be Catwoman after all. “We have mused here and there [but] I mean Chris is pretty much a one movie at a time kind of guy,” Goyer said. “I wish I could tell you more. There really isn’t anything to tell.”
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