If you look closely at the recent interview with Warner Brothers' President Jeff Robinov you will find two very exciting movie announcements: the next Dark Knight is set, and a Wonder Woman movie might be in the cards.
Yesterday we told you about the third Nolan Batman film being in the works with brother Jonah and David Goyer on board to cowrite the script. Now the New York Times has confirmed that Batman film, and a possible movie version of our favorite Amazonian.
While interviewing director Nolan about working with Robinov they confirmed the next Batman picture and later said that Wonder Woman might be one of the next DC characters appearing on the big screen.
"He is trying not to cling to the things that have worked in the past," said Christopher Nolan, who directed "The Dark Knight" and is working on another Batman sequel....
The Walt Disney Company's $4 billion purchase of Marvel Entertainment just over a month ago has increased the pressure on Warner to succeed this time. Warner is expected to announce a DC slate in the coming months populated by characters like the Flash and Wonder Woman.
This is probably the closest thing to a confirmation we're going to get besides an official press release from the studio.
Christopher Nolan has etched his way into my Bat-loving heart with "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" but he has his work cut out for him on the third film. Can you think of any trilogy where the third film was the best?
Source: New York Times