Christopher Nolan Cut A Death Scene In The Dark Knight Rises To Avoid An Nc-17

Christopher Nolan Cut A Death Scene In The Dark Knight Rises To Avoid An Nc-17
Christopher Nolan is known for making complex, intricate and intelligent blockbusters on a scale that most other filmmakers would never be afforded, and while you wouldn’t exactly call his most recent projects family-friendly entertainment, the filmmaker has always designed his movies to appeal to the widest possible audience.

His first three efforts, Following, Memento and Insomnia may have been R-rated, but over the last two decades Nolan has remained firmly in the PG-13 realm in an effort to make sure as many people as possible can see his movies, even though the likes of Interstellar, Dunkirk and Tenet are hardly going to appeal to the same sort of demographic as the rest of the industry’s mega budget effects-heavy fare.

Of course, it doesn’t come as a surprise that the filmmaker’s two biggest box office hits have Batman as the lead character, with The Dark Knight and
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