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The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards (The Opus Screenplay)

Over 60 pages of storyboards Symposium featuring the three screenwriters Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan and David S. Goyer discuss the evolution of Batman and the creation of the films Includes the imminent DARK KNIGHT RISES starring Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Morgan Freeman, among others

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3 comments to The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards (The Opus Screenplay)

  • ThrawnZA

    An interesting additional source that sheds light on Nolan’s take of the Bat universe I found this to be an interesting addendum to the vast volume of work already out there that claims to analyse Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. The extended interview with the Nolan brothers at the beginning is extremely interesting reading, especially when commenting on the links that have been made between The Dark Knight and the post-9/11 War on Terror.To boot, you get all the screenplays as well – an interesting read if you are a fan of the films and filmmaking in general.All in all, I would recommend this to anyone who has a high regard for Nolan, his work, and this trilogy of films in particular.

  • Upstate New York Reader

    Added Value To The Movie … It has been an exciting 24 hours as I had the opportunity to explore the screenplays for the three Dark Knight films based on the comic book character, Batman.The screenplays read like a novel – they are easy to follow, fun to digest, and present (re-present?) a story that captivated me when I first watched the movies in 2005, 2008, and 2012. I should note that the Kindle presentation did not come across as a script – though when read as a PDF, using Adobe Digital Editions, it becomes obvious that the book is a script. Though I only received my copy of the book yesterday, I could not stop reading till I got to the end.But it was not the screenplays alone that made the book an interesting read. Along with the screenplays are an extended interview with the story’s authors (Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan, and David S. Goyer) and the co-producer of the films (Jordan Goldberg). Understanding the emotions, the motivation, and ideals that formed these movies added a bit of life to them, that I had not seen before.The other extras, added to the book, were the three storyboards (one per movie) added to the end of each script. A snippet of the action (drawn much like a comic book presentation) added new life to the script. One felt as if they were being drawn into the process of creating each film – if only for a moment.The scripts, the interview, and the storyboards, make for a valuable book – a book that is as exciting to read as the movies were to watch.______________This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are mine alone.

  • bballingfool32

    just great I love reading scripts, and this was easily one of the best sets of them i have found. I already owned the first two but to get the final one was totally worth it. throw on the soundtrack and have a good read

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