30 November 2012 10:34 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Following the recent speculation that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is being lined up to don the cape and cowl as Batman in Warner Bros. forthcoming Justice League movie, The Dark Knight Rises director Christopher Nolan has taken a moment to discuss the ending of his epic Batman saga, which - if you've seen the film - you'll know appears to lay the groundwork for a John Blake-headlined spin-off / sequel. Not so according to Nolan, who had the following to say during an interview with Film Comment:

"For me, The Dark Knight Rises is specifically and definitely the end of the Batman story as I wanted to tell it, and the open-ended nature of the film is simply a very important thematic idea that we wanted to get into the movie, which is that Batman is a symbol. He can be anybody, and that was very important to us. Not every Batman fan »

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