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If for some reason you haven’t seen The Dark Knight Rises then stop reading this post. Otherwise, have you heard, rumor has it Joseph Gordon Levitt may star in the new Justice League movie as none other than Batman himself. As we saw in TDKR, his character, John Blake, takes up the mantle of the Batman. Could we be seeing Blake’s character develop even further in the Justice League movie as one of the core members of the league? Not sure. Nothing is set in stone yet, but we’ll see.
How would you feel about seeing John Blake/Batman in the Justice League? As much as I loved his character in TDKR and would love to see where his character goes, I’d much rather see best friends Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent in this new film, not John Blake and Clark Kent. All that being said, I do believe having John Blake return in the Justice League can work. What do you think?
Warner Bros. has released this new image from Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2, but NYCC attendees will be able to see even more. During New York Comic Con, on Satuday, October 13th from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in the IGN Theater at the Jacob Javitz Center be sure to head over and catch your first glimpse at the epic second part.
It’s being reported that a director’s cut of The Dark Knight Rises will be released on Blu-ray. Additional scenes not available in the the theatrical release would include Bane’s origin and more screen time with Ra’s Al Ghul.
So now according to our reliable spies, we will be able to see how Bane learns to fight plus more scenes involving Ra’s Al Ghul. The new Director’s Cut is said to make the film about thirty minutes longer.
Story-wise, TDKR had it’s problems but personally I still enjoyed it. At the same time I’m looking forward to seeing a director’s cut. Hopefully it will help fill some of the holes in the story.
(Possible Blu-ray Packaging. Photo Credit: ComicBook.com)
She’s spectacular. I got a chance to see Batman, and she was the best thing in it. That’s just my personal opinion.