Saturday, April 13, 2013


i founded  Batmannrobinfilm to oppose the foolishness and idiots of  so called" nolanites" 3 years ago starting April 21st 2011 and a for lack a better word "man" named jett on a site i like to refer to as "NOLAN" on film the guys just a tool plain and simple. and not a real batman fan whatsoever.  my goal was to get us out of the "nolanVerse" and to get us More Comicbook Accurate batman close to the source material! and  with the announcement of  nolan  or Bale having nothing to with the Justice League thats Been Accomplished! Now all we need to do is get ARmie hammer cast as Batman in JLA AGAIN! :) weve' won folks! but im gonna keep on fighting still and not let my gaurd down! thanks for all the fans support! and heres the BIG NEWS! 

Warner Bros. President Says Christopher Nolan is Not Involved with Justice League

One of the LAMEST, imo rumors to come out in the past few months was that Christopher Nolan, the director of The Dark Knight trilogy, would be shepherding the Justice League movie at Warner Bros. We’re ELATED AND HAPPY to report that this was a case of ‘a fool named El mayimbe from a site  i like to call " CRAPTINO" review Jumping the gun
’ as EW has confirmed with Warner Bros. President Jeff Robinov that this rumor is not true.
When asked if it was true that Nolan would be bringing the project to life with his former Batman Christian Bale, he left no room for interpretation and simply said “No, it’s not.”
Christopher Nolan’s representatives also confirmed that Nolan was never involved with the project and is working solely on his upcoming film Interstellar.
All the fans that wanted a JLA movie first and no Worlds finest can finally have a sigh of relief! YES! and it  appears the film is still on track to  get made. Man of Steel producer Chris Roven says the upcoming Superman reboot will pave the way for future films.
“It’s setting the tone for what the movies are going to be like going forward, In that, Man of Steel is definitely a first step. Nolan’s Dark Knight series was deliberately and smartly positioned as a stand-alone. The world the films lived in was very isolated, without any knowledge of other superheroes. What Zack and Chris have done with this film is allow you to really introduce other characters into the same world.”
Man of Steel hits theaters June 14 while Justice League is rumored to be targeting a summer 2015 release date.

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