Michael Caine Says 'Batman' Is His Best Work To Date

Michael Caine Says 'Batman' Is His Best Work To Date



Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy is one of the best films Kane has worked on!

 

In a career spanning more than 60 years, Caine has appeared in more than 100 films. He has won two Academy Awards and has become an important figure in British cinema. He has appeared in such popular films as Inception, Out of Sight, Interstellar, and Kingsman. The Secret Service," he has spent most of his life surrounded by great actors and production teams.

 


 

His role as Alfred in The Dark Knight trilogy is a special one.


He has done countless extraordinary things in that time. However, I have a soft spot for Alfred in "The Dark Knight," starting with the 2005 Batman prequels, followed by "The Dark Knight" in 2008 and "The Dark Knight Rises" in 2012. On the occasion of his 87th birthday, Kane recalled his association with filmmaker Nolan in an interview with The Hindu, explaining that Nolan showed up at his doorstep and introduced himself.




 

Michael Caine said.

"I said, 'I'm too old for Batman.'"

 

"You want me to play the butler? What would my dialogue look like? Would you like another drink or cream? I was quite worried at first. But Nolan succeeded in convincing me by explaining that he thought Alfred should be "Batman's adoptive father" and not just a butler. So we made the movie, and it was the best thing I've ever done in my life."




 

Kane will soon appear in a film directed by Nolan.

 

After building a relationship with Nolan and starring in 2005's Batman, Kane appeared in all of Nolan's films. The Prestige, Inception, and Interstellar. He will soon appear in Nolan's film "Skynet".




 

Kane joked that he seems to have found the secret to success with Nolan. 'I've done all my movies with Nolan,' he said.

 

"Every movie I've done with him has made over a billion dollars at the box office, so he had to give me a part in the movie without my part. In Dunkirk, I was just a projectionist, paid by the roll credits, and he gave me a few pages, even though I only had a day's worth of work. I just did my part and filmed with John David. I haven't heard anything from him since."

 


 

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