We love leaks. We love seeing little morsels of a film to satiate our appetites.
But not this way. Not the way the Dark Knight Rises is leaking. It’s too much and it’s spoiling everything.
Anne Hathaway says the production team behind the next Batman is disappointed with the leaks, but they don’t believe it’ll ruin the film, because what’s been showed is just the tip of the ice berg. For real? Yes. This is what she told Shock Ya:
It’s disappointing. I think everyone feels a slight frustration with it because those stills so undercut the work that’s being done. No, no one’s nervous about it. I mean, honestly, like, wait till you see this movie. Chris is doing insane things in it. And it’s gonna be marvelous and it’s gonna be way beyond what anyone imagines that it could be. You can’t imagine the things that he’s doing, at least I couldn’t until I read the script and I was like, ‘You’re really? Okay, you’re going there!” And it’s Chris Nolan; even the picture that he released of me, that’s not everything. That’s like a tenth of what the catsuit is. And I’ve got to say, I find it frustrating and I know he finds it frustrating, but I also think that he’s having fun with it, kind of like spooning out secrets. He has a lot more control than you think.
Well I can’t even imagine what the Nolan brothers are thinking with this film so I’m ready to get my mind blown. The Catwoman suit has some people worried (not me) so it’s nice to know, and should be comforting to some, that it’s not the entire suit.
So, Hathaway, now that we got that out of the way. How are things going? How’s working with Chris Nolan?
I’m having a lot of fun working on Chris Nolan’s ‘Batman,’ the latest Batman movie. I’m having an absolute blast doing it, but it’s very big. The thing that’s wonderful about Chris is that he is the most successful person in Hollywood at the moment, but his movies aren’t Hollywood. It feels like you’re making an indie. He’s actually a really alternative filmmaker. He just happens to have like a seven billion figure budget. [Laughs] I like to call him Hitchcock, but he blows things up.
Oh, really? That’s good to know. Watching Nolan’s films you get a sense that they’re all… similar. He’s an auteur after all. Christopher Nolan films are Christopher Nolan films. He’s not a studio slave. It’s good to know his core is still there. [Shock Ya]