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It’s great. It’s a terrific conclusion to the trilogy. Nolan rounds it off: he brings in a bit of the first one, from ‘Batman Begins,’ and he does some really surprising things with it. I thought his choice of villain was very interesting, to use Bane instead of Riddler or Penguin. He’s not gone with the most obvious choice. The challenge for Chris was always really the story and I think he didn’t want to make a third one for the sake of it. I think there was pressure on him, obviously, because the second was so successful. So there’s always going to be some pressure to keep it going. But he’s too smart and classy, really to just make a third just for the sake of making it, because others are demanding or want it from him and I think he felt that, ‘Let me get the story right.’ So the fans won’t be disappointed.
While waiting for a panel on Universal Studios movies, two men got into an argument that quickly spilled out of control when one of them pulled out a pen and stabbed the other in the face, dangerously close to the eye socket. He was quickly taken away by the authorities, while the wounded attendee was treated by medical personnel. But from this point forward, Comic-Con will always have the reputation of being so hyper-intense, that it could possibly incite bloodshed.