The Riddler: Probable.
HarleyQuin: Not going to happen.
BlackMask: I'd like that.
The Mad Hatter: He's never done anything significant.
Talia Al Ghul: Never!
the return of The Joker: Yeah, but not gunna happen with this director.
the return of TwoFace: Yeah, but not gunna happen with this director.
the return of Scarecrow: Yeah, but I really doubt he'll use him.
the return of Rhas Al Ghul: No!
No Hush? Well, I guess he did come in pretty late in Batman's career & would actualy require Nolan to use comic continuity to base the movie on.
& what about Poison Ivy? She wasn't always half plant.
Right now, there is barely any info concerning the sequel to The Dark Knight. I'm an Illinoisan not far from Chicago, but it is pretty secretive and the filming isn't expected to begin until April 2011, which means the film might not come out for a few years. So, my answer really isn't of all that much help to you. But if I do figure out anything on my frequent trips to Chicago, I will message you with any info. I myself wouldn't mind being an extra in such a highly-anticipated movie.
If Spiderman 4 and Batman 3 were going to be premiered on the same time, who'll have a bigger audience ?
Batman 3 will likely have a larger audience because of the success of the Dark Knight (however many people believe it can't possibly be as successful). Plus, the Spiderman films haven't been very good so far. It was cool for me when the first one came out in 6th or 7th grade but I didn't see the other two in theaters.
keep looking on message boards and read the Red Eye or the Trib
i am sure they will have an open casting call for Batman 3.
ALL my friends were in batman 2 because they just showed up.
but its a LOOOONG day of doing nothing, and chances are, if they dont like your "look" you may be wedged in the back
What is the Profit for Batman 3 and how many academy awards did they win?
There's no third Batman film in the Nolan series - "The Dark Knight" was the second film (there will most definitely be a third, given the huge draw). "The Dark Knight" cost $185 million to make and made over $1 billion ($500 million domestic), making it one of the most profitable films in the past decade. It was nominated for 8 Oscars, mostly technical awards, and won two: one for sound editing and one posthumous award for Heath Ledger's performance as The Joker.
There is a third film in the old 'Batman' series called "Batman Forever"; it was only nominated for 3 Oscars (made $300 million) and was a very campy movie.
'Dark Knight' Sequel Not in Pre-Production
3 October 2008 3:04 AM, PDT
"Our position on the next Batman movie has been the same since whenever the rumors started: Don't put much stock in anything you hear."
I feel like you're evil for asking this question. Lol.
& Not really for me, I'm more interested on how they progress with the addition of Two Face! :)
I'm sure if they make a third one it will focus more on him... plus.. It's so upsetting that heath ledger died that Im just not interested in seeing the charecter change because a new actor would have to be used.
ooo. also, I just like to tell people this... my dad is batman. Lol.
Well not really... but his first name is Bruce, and middle name is Wayne. Haha.
Anyway.. that's all I have to say. :P