Since Tim Burton is the new director, does he share the same beliefs as Christopher Nolan concerning Robin? If he doesn't, will Robin be in the next movie?
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Burton the director? Not hardly pal. Nolan is still doing it. And this is too early in Bats' career for Robin. Besides, they would probably make him too old anyway.
First off Tim Burton would be a big BIG mistake for the director of Batman 3 after the way he cheesed up the Michael Keaton versions, not to mention how he completely changed crucial information of the original stories. And as far as Robin goes, I dont care if u like him or not Robin the Boy Wonder is and always has been a part of the Batman's history and if its gonna be done right he has to be included, but written into the story in a more believable way as Chris Nolan did with Batman begins...keeping the story true to the original. Please dont let Burton get his hands on it or the Batman franchise will be back in the shiter just as it was when they let Burton lose on the Keaton attempts.
im telling first off highly doubt burton will direct and second theres no real plausible way to introduce robin into the films hes in my opinion a dead character
Robin can be done right. Maybe he is kept hidden making distractions like batman does and helping him cause more confusion. Like they never see robin until he becomes like 15 or 16. Trained right a 15 year old can kick a grown mans ass.
Robin? Not Gothic enough.Nightwing wears colors similiar to Batman plus,his costume is something to be noted as it's high tech(something Robin's costume never included).
The first Robin IS Nightwing. You can't just jump into the character like that. He ONLY becomes Nightwing after he leaves Batman and goes on his own.
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