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Amazon.com: The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards (9781623160012): Christopher Nolan: Books
Ask and ye shall receive!Running to almost 600 pages, this chunky paperback reprints the entire scripts from all three films, as well as an interview with Nolan and screenwriter David Goyer, and selected storyboard sequences from the three movies.
The opening interview is fairly candid, and sheds some interesting light on Nolan’s working methods: most notably, it gives details on how each movie was conceived from scratch (rather than setting out to make a trilogy from the start) and how the villains of the movies were chosen to fit the stories Nolan wanted to tell (rather than the other way around). There’s also plenty of discussion of how Nolan views Bruce Wayne as a character, and on how he (literally) dreamed up the ending of The Dark Knight Rises.
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Indeed."I don't think it's necessarily a set-up [for another film]," Gordon-Levitt said. "I think it is a great ending for that trilogy. Even if you go back to 'Batman Begins,' [Bruce Wayne] is talking about how Batman is more than a man, it's a symbol. And a hero can be anybody and we all have heroes inside of us and that's a theme that runs throughout the entire trilogy."
Bull****. This isn't Ratatouille.