Christian Balewho played Bruce Wayne/Batman in The Dark Knight Trilogy from 2005 to 2012, recently Screenrant said that he wants to turn back into a cloaked Gotham crusader on one condition – Christopher Nolan must be the director.
Nolan directed the critically acclaimed Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises. cash over $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
While no one has mentioned that the actor is reprising his role, according to Bale, it would be a good idea considering Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck (who both previously played Batman) are set to return to films. reprise their roles as the protector of Gotham.
“No one has ever told me about it. Nobody brought that up,” Bale said when asked about taking on the role again. “Sometimes people say to me: “Oh, I heard you were approached and offered all this.” And I’m like, “This is news to me. Nobody ever said that.”
The Oscar-winning actor spoke about his “movie deal” with Nolan.
“I had a deal with Chris Nolan,” Bale said. “We said, ‘Hey, look. Let’s make three films if we’re lucky enough to make it. And then let’s go. Let’s not stay too long.” In my mind, it would be something if Chris Nolan ever said to himself, “You know what, I have another story to tell.” And if he were willing to tell this story with me, I would be in business.”
Bale and Nolan’s bold and visually striking take on the comic book character broke records for the 2008 sequel The Dark Knight Rises by taking the crown as Highest-grossing Batman film ever made.
After Bale’s performance of the jaded vigilante, Ben Affleck and Robert Pattinson both stepped up to play the iconic superhero.
The premiere of “Batman” with Pattinson in the title role took place after the pandemic in March and collected at the box office $770 million worldwidesurpassing Batman Begins.
Bale recently stunned fans when he told Variety that he had never seen Batman before promising to finally see his successor’s film.
“I still haven’t seen it. I will see it,” he said. Look, buddy, it’s amazing how few movies I watch. Every director I work with has seen a couple of their films and they always look at me like, “Are you kidding me?” I like to really enjoy movies and I don’t watch too much. But I will, I will.”
He continued to praise Pattinson for his talents on the big screen. “Robert is an absolutely wonderful actor. We bumped into each other, talked a bit about it beforehand, and I heard wonderful things.”
In April, Warner Bros. confirmed his plans for upcoming sequel to Batman, where Pattinson reprises his role.
Bale will hit theaters across the country as Gorr the Butcher God in Thor: Love and Thunder on July 8.