Christopher Nolan Doesn’t Think Tom Hardy Has Enough Respect For The Rise Of The Dark Knight

Bane’s master plan for Gotham and his role as the main villain is suddenly overturned by what feels like a forced turning point in the third act of “The Dark Knight Rises”, undermining the character. . Hardy’s dedication to the role and performance is not to be taken lightly, but the film’s screenwriter left something to be desired for the character.

Batman gets a victory over Bane in one final battle before it’s revealed Bane was never behind the plan to burn Gotham, but Marion Cotillard’s Talia Al Ghul. While Cotillard is involved in the role of Talia (ignoring the death scenes with strange action), it’s a story point that comes too late in the film. Overall, the scripting choices that put Bane aside so quickly certainly don’t help any future flashbacks to the character.

Such an aspect of production is clearly beyond Hardy’s control, but that doesn’t stop the actor from doing everything he can with the character. No matter what, viewers will always remember “The Dark Knight”‘s trio of villains and the displays of power that brought them to life. Even if the voice Tom Hardy used for Bane has become a meme at this point, that doesn’t take away from the actor’s horror in some scenes.

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