Christopher Nolan Won't Be Developing Anymore DCEU Movies

The DCEU got a shot of adrenaline thanks to the enormous success of the Wonder Woman movie. However, Christopher Nolan has decided not to develop anymore DCEU movies in the future. He wants a new generation of filmmakers to make their mark on the industry.

As you may know already, Christopher Nolan was the director for the highly successful Dark Knight Trilogy. Yahoo spoke to him recently while he was out promoting his latest film Dunkirk. Nolan said that he loved the Wonder Woman movie, but he might not be involved with future DCEU projects. You can read his comments below.

I mean, I watch the films. I enjoy films very much as a moviegoer these days. I spent 10 years of my life dealing with one of the greatest characters in popular fiction. It was a great honor and a privilege to work with that, but there's a time to pass it on to new people

Matt Reeves (who directed War for the Planet of the Apes) is Nolan's successor as he is responsible for The Batman movie. Reeves is taking inspiration from Nolan's own Dark Knight trilogy, but he is hoping to present a film that nobody else has seen before. He wants to show a different side to the Batman character.

As for Nolan, he has yet to announce what his next movie will be. He will be releasing Dunkirk next week, but he hasn't revealed yet what he is going to do after that. Many are hoping he tackles a James Bond movie in the future as the director has been a fan of the series since he was young. We'll just have to wait and see what he decides in the coming months...

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