All I'm saying is that the quotes imply more than just two people being present. After all he says that they all had different opinions about the movies. I would assume Jonah and Goyer were there. Probably Emma too, and potentially other Nolan regulars like Lee Smith, John Papsidera, Chris Corbould or maybe even some producers. Nolan tends to get his team together to watch films that may apply to their work before they begin production.
The_Maestro wrote:theweatherman wrote:
No it implies that among the people that watched it some like TDK and some like BB, unless there is a part of the quote saying who was there watching it with them, it implies nothing about Chris. When I first read the quote I assumed it was a group of all the usual suspects involved in Nolan's films. There were probably 8-10 people watching the films.
Exactly. You assumed.
Why would Wally be talking to 8 other people about which type of STORYTELLING they preferred?
Why wouldn't he? For all we know it was just Wally/Chris/Jonah/Goyer watching it. I'm going with weatherman here. Nolan may well prefer BB, and it may well been who Wally was referring to, but I saw this interview, and he mentioned it in passing as a lead up to say which he preferred in the context of them rewatching it, so there easily could have been many present.
Personally, I think Nolan likes BB more but is more proud of the accomplishment of TDK. Batman Begins is this grand story, The Dark Knight is pure momentum.