The internet rumor mill has been hard at work on these two, attempting to cast them within the Batman universe--and apparently failing spectacularly. Gordon-Levitt is set to play John Blake, a special duty beat cop, while Cotillard has been cast as Wayne enterprises board member Miranda Tate. Neither character is particularly iconic in the Batman mythos, which is probably why the Nolan fan base didn't see them coming.
According to James Cameron, a man brimming with his own pretentious BS, the world will know nothing but 3-D movies within the next five years. Nostradamus also says that we won’t need 3-D glasses anymore, and is working with his Cameron-Pace Group to help promote this technology into coming to life.
It’s nice to see a celebrity using his money for something so important.
Honestly, is 3-D something we need to be focusing time and energy on? I’m not even sure it’s something that’s good for anybody. As desensitized as media already makes us about everything from war to poverty to sex, putting it all in 3-D probably isn’t going to help much. And as much as we’ve come to expect constant entertainment and gratification, putting it all in the third dimension is probably going to make us even more whiny, expectant, and ungrateful for the technology we possess.