The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards

Christopher J. Nolan Jonathan Nolan David S. Goyer

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The Dark Knight Trilogy The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY The Compete Screenplays of Batman Begins The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises with storyboards from each film There is also an introduction featuring a conversation abo

  • Title: The Dark Knight Trilogy: The Complete Screenplays with Storyboards
  • Author: Christopher J. Nolan Jonathan Nolan David S. Goyer
  • ISBN: 9781623160012
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY The Compete Screenplays of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises, with storyboards from each film There is also an introduction featuring a conversation about The Dark Knight trilogy among the three writers Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan and David S GoyerSynopsis Christopher Nolan brings The Dark Knight trilogy to its climTHE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY The Compete Screenplays of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises, with storyboards from each film There is also an introduction featuring a conversation about The Dark Knight trilogy among the three writers Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan and David S GoyerSynopsis Christopher Nolan brings The Dark Knight trilogy to its climax.The trilogy commenced with Batman Begins, which traced the origins of how Bruce Wayne took on the role of the masked crusader to fight the forces of evil.In the second film, The Dark Knight, Batman found himself battling the anarchy unleashed by the Joker.Physically and psychologically depleted by the events at the end of The Dark Knight, in The Dark Knight Rises Batman must marshal all his resources to meet the threat to Gotham City posed by the masked villain Bane.These three films form a trilogy unique in the history of cinema and express a dark imaginative vision that reflects the uncertainties of the twenty first century.This volume contains the complete screenplays of all three films, together with storyboards from each one.Copyright 2012 DC ComicsTMAN and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and DC Comics.WB SHIELD TM Warner Bros Entertainment Inc s12

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    1. Megan on said:

      I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review and honestly I loved this book. [image error]This book is a Batman lover's dream. It includes the screenplays for all three movies and artwork from some of the storyboards. I've always been curious to read screenplays for movies to see how things changed from when it was written to when it is actually filmed, and what better screenplays to read then from my favorite superhero movies!I loved reading this and being able to make t [...]

    2. Katy on said:

      Book Info: Genre: ScreenplaysReading Level: AdultRecommended for: Fans of the movies who are interested in reading the screenplaysTrigger Warnings: violence, murder, fighting, treachery, deceitMy Thoughts: I am unforgivably late reading this ARC, but I wanted to watch the final movie before I read it, and it's very hard for me to find time to watch movies. Of course, once I did find time to watch the movie, I became buried under other books that urgently needed to be reviewed well, it's an old s [...]

    3. Jess on said:

      Three of my favorite movies of the last decade! I was thrilled to get a copy of this via NetGalley, and it stands up to the awesomeness of Christopher Nolan's three films. The introductory conversation is incredibly interesting and enjoyable, I gained new insight into how the films were approached originally. (Christopher Nolan didn't realize Batman generally doesn't kill people? Really? Surprise for him!)All three "Dark Knight" film's screenplays are included in this hefty volume. Great reading [...]

    4. Wayne McCoy on said:

      Christopher Nolan is a filmmaker at the top of his game, and the scripts here represent film writing at it's best. The Batman trilogy has been a groundbreaking superhero series because it has set it's hero in a more grounded, realistic setting, and asked questions about the nature of heroes, the inequities of wealth, and the responsibilities of the people who watch over us. The included forward is an interview with the writers of the series. It's interesting to note their approach to each film a [...]

    5. Ryan Stewart on said:

      I'm late to the party on this one, but, wow. The Dark Knight Trilogy holds a special place in my heart and I didn't know I could love it or appreciate it more than I already did. I was wrong. This adds new layers to blow you away all over again. It shows in detail just what a master class Nolan taught in dialogue, pacing, etc. This was absolutely fascinating and impressive throughout.

    6. Sam Quixote on said:

      What can be said about Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy that’s not been said before? Nothing really, except that they’re awesome and are likely to stand as one of the best trilogies ever made, up there with Star Wars and Lord of the Rings. This is a collection of the three movies shooting scripts: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises, they are not a novelisation of the movies. Reading them is like watching the films but only because I’ve seen these films so many ti [...]

    7. Julie Dawson on said:

      If you are a serious fan of the Batman mythos or a serious student of film, The Dark Knight Trilogy will be a welcome addition to your collection. Part of the Opus Screenplay series, The Dark Knight Trilogy presents all three of the film’s complete screenplays along with selected storyboards.The collection opens with a bit of a panel discussion between the power players of the trilogy: Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan, David S. Goyer, and Jordan Goldberg. It is an entertaining, but not partic [...]

    8. Eric on said:

      Readers of my website know that I am a fan of Batman, and the Christopher Nolan Dark Knight films in particular. I posted trailers and even wrote a a plea for people to return to the movie theater after the Aurora, Colorado shootings. I think some people might even wonder if my Batman fandom might cross over to obsession. If so, they would write off a book like THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY: THE COMPLETE SCREENPLAYS WITH STORYBOARDS by Christopher Nolan as something only for the collectors, hoping to [...]

    9. Christina on said:

      Review posted at: , theowlreview, netgalley, amazonI'm amazed. Honestly, I never would have described myself as a "true fan" of Batman stories. I know The Dark Knight is a bit of different take on it. It's darker, it's grittier, it's, well, more interesting. I was not let down with this book here at all. This is actually the screenplays for the movies, with a little bit of the storyboards at the end of each. Totally unique read.I was drawn into the story at once. It's a very quick read since it' [...]

    10. Jess on said:

      This begins with a conversation between C. Nolan, J. Nolan and D. Goyer. What grabbed my attention of this interaction was how easily is their exchange of ideas. Clearly we can see how dear this movies are to them. An interesting detail we get from their conversation is how they approached each movie as an individual project.After their brainstorming of ideas we can begin reading the screenplays. I have to admit I was kind of disappointed this book doesn't promote active interaction from the rea [...]

    11. Tracy on said:

      This is one of those books where if you liked the movies than you will really like this book. Its very interesting to see the story boards for the movies, I've never seen any before so its fun to see the scenes in the movies taking shape by the drawings. Because I know the movies I can see the transformation from from the small image to the scene on the big screen. I also like the fact that I have all the dialong from the movies, reading them took me back to when I watched the movies. Its a grea [...]

    12. Sara Thompson on said:

      This is one of the weirdest things I have ever had to review. How does one review the screenplay of a popular movie? I knew what I was getting into when I picked it.Why did I pick it up? My boys are huge batman fans and being a cool mama, I got it to share with them. Aside from that, I have no explanation. I didn't think far enough to how I was going to write a review.If you are a diehard batman fan - this is a must have. Not only is it the script but the book includes original storyboards and i [...]

    13. Jeffrey Howard on said:

      Christopher and Jonah Nolan are story masters of film. A more organic super-hero trilogy hasn't existed. Each script builds upon the other and grows in phenomenal ways. Each film was written and produced without a plan for sequels, which makes their accomplishment that much grander. The Nolan's have produced an action-packed script with real depth, moral tensions and philosophical wrestles. Few things remain black and white--that includes heroes and villains alike. This super hero world stands a [...]

    14. Stacey Conrad on said:

      This was fun to read--at least the interveiws with the screen writers. I enjoyed learning about the evolution of the movie series. As a huge Batman fan, I was curious to see why they made the choices they did concerning characters, events to show, and how they set up scenes. Once I got to the actual screen plays I had to concentrate hard. It's much harder to read a screen play than a novel, or even a traditional play.

    15. Adeesh Bhat on said:

      the dark knight trilogy offers 3 stories of one mans life as the caped crusader known as the dark knight which form a whole complete storyThe dark knight trilogy will take you to the immersive world of gotham city and let you experience a story told like no others before.l told by the genius of Christopher Nolan.

    16. Anthony on said:

      If you're interested in writing, for movies or comics or in general, this is for you. It has an introduction with the Nolan brothers and Goyer, as well as the storyboards for one scene from each of the movies. Admittedly, it would be better if it had the entire storyboards for each film, but then it would be twice as big. It's more of a book to have for reference, then for reading.

    17. Angela Taylor on said:

      I had the pleasure of reading through this book from Netgalley recently. It's just what it says, the complete script plus some storyboard art.I must admit I wanted more storyboard art than was given, but that is my favorite part. If you love the movies this is a great addition to your book collection and makes a great coffee table book!5 out 5 stars!

    18. Erika on said:

      I LOVED reading the screenplays and storyboards from the latest adaptations of The Dark Knight. My favorite part was reading the interview section before the screenplays. I loved the insight to how they began the journey of bringing Batman back but with an edge. The way the three films came to be and came together was simply magical.

    19. Gabriel Salter on said:

      Three well-written screenplays to possibly the best superhero movie trilogy of the last decade. Gripping action and dramatic tension, good dialogue and plots that deal with important themes and ideas while also being movies about a comic book character.

    20. Jake on said:

      This is a must read for all those who are a fan of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy, as we are present with screenplays and storyboards for all three movies of the trilogy. There is also an interview Nolan and the writters.

    21. Laura on said:

      I loved these movies. So seeing the screenplay and storyboards was just too neat. My Blog

    22. Steven on said:

      Excellent screenplays make Batman much more of a hero by making him so much less of a hero.

    23. Brendan O'Meara on said:

      A great clinic in action storytelling. The interview at the beginning is priceless for insights into the making of the three movies.

    24. Jayla Johnson on said:

      Loved reading the interview of the director and producer at the beginning of the book.

    25. Sergiy Svitlooky on said:

      Probably, the best trilogy ever made. After watching each of the movies dozen of times, the screenplays are such a delight to read.

    26. Kyle on said:

      When I saw this up on NetGalley, I kind ofhadto read this. And I may or not have had a total nerd meltdown when I saw that they accepted my request.

    27. Ming Siu on said:

      These are great scripts, but reading them also makes you realise one thing -- that it takes a masterful hand to turn them into reality.

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