The ending of The Dark Knight Rises has been called open-ended, ambiguous, and confusing among other things. Of course, none of those adjectives apply if you take what was seen on screen as directly accurate, which is exactly what Michael Caine says should be done.
In an interview with Hero Complex Caine put any speculation about the ending to rest. Check out his comment below.
“They were there… They were real. There was no imagination. They were real and he was with Anne, the cat lady, and I was happy ever after for him as I told him during the picture.”
So there it is, straight from Alfred himself, seeing Selina Kyle and Bruce Wayne wasn’t his imagination, meaning Batman survived the bomb’s explosion (which was obvious enough from the autopilot line anyway).
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