ByDamien Darhk, writer at Creators.co

Let me just start out by saying I don’t think [the ending of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’] is necessarily a set-up for a a sequel. I think it is the great ending for that trilogy. Even if you go back to ‘Batman Begins,’ he’s 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.”

Title of the sequel to the threequel

The Dark Knight Returns or  The Shadow of The Bat
The Dark Knight Returns or The Shadow of The Bat

Plot-line

From the announcement that Batman has begun; to the proclamation that Batman is Gotham’s dark knight protecting the city; and lastly to Batman rising to his final, firm status in Gotham as an incorruptible symbol that cannot be killed.

John Blake having already served the role of Robin before moving on to serve as the man who will keep Batman’s legend alive. John Blake goes through trials and tribulations as a scourge of darkest evil trying to prove that a man is just flesh and blood and can be ignored or destroyed. But as a symbol… As a symbol, he can be incorruptible, everlasting; while making his way into the light and out of the shadow of the bat, assuming the mantle as Batman.

Characters

Joseph Gordon-Levitt as John Blake/The Nightwing
Joseph Gordon-Levitt as John Blake/The Nightwing
Anne Hathaway as Selena Kyle/The Catwoman
Anne Hathaway as Selena Kyle/The Catwoman
Ellen Page as Barbra Gordon/The Batgirl
Ellen Page as Barbra Gordon/The Batgirl

Villians

leonardo dicaprio as Edward Nigma/ The Riddler
leonardo dicaprio as Edward Nigma/ The Riddler
philip seymour hoffman as The Penguin
philip seymour hoffman as The Penguin
Kristen Bell as Dr.Harleen Quinzeel
Kristen Bell as Dr.Harleen Quinzeel

In conclusion

Christopher Nolan is well-known for presenting ambiguous endings to his movies - and the final chapter of The Dark Knight Trilogy was no different

But what do you think? Does the dark knight trilogy deserve another movie?

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