mchekhov wrote:ComptonTerry wrote:
I think its the fact that we have finally had a good Batman Trilogy that has very little flaws overall that just kicked ass, and when you say "Reboot" it does bring up the scary possibility of what if the next director sucks and takes Batman back to the Schumacher days and makes it all a joke again. It doesn't even have to be that bad to become a joke again really. Its definitely possible. Personally, I know there will be a reboot so I'm looking on the positive, my problem is them trying to do it too soon. This trilogy needs the right amount of time (at least 10 years) to sink in. So I am just hoping that Man of Steel is a great success so that they can at least focus on Superman for a decade. Also other projects, such as Green Lantern being a terrible FAIL, so reboot that. Usually you reboot whats been broken, not what has worked out perfectly. They also need to take there time with it too. If they really feel they need to reboot Batman ever single decade than its going to turn to sh** really fast. They need to get a good director, and him and who ever he works with needs to really take there time and not feel pressure to release a Batman movie ever 2 years or so.
but how would any of that change what the 3 Nolan movies did? they already exist...theyre fixed in time and space...what happens after is irrelevant to them
so once again, does anybody have a legitimate reason against a reboot? one that is outside of silly idolization of Nolan's work?
Rebooting Batman so soon would be milking the proverbial cow. It'd be another classic Hollywood high concept money grubbing technique. Batman might grow stale (as the comic book film genre has started to become) and I will lose interest. If we give it maybe 7-10 years before making a new series of Batman films then I might change my mind.