This is the third and final installment in Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy. in many ways a weak continuation of the cultural phenomenon of the previous two films, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to love about it. While The Dark Knight Rises mostly bypasses established lore rather than referencing it, there are a couple of amusing moments in the film’s dialogue, despite its creator’s obvious desire to keep the camp of previous iterations to a minimum. As Nolan clumsily and inaudibly sees Bane stomping through Gotham causing a fuss, there is a lot going on in the background, often hidden in quick dialogue or in a single shot. Several classic Batman villains, including Killer Croc, Clayface, and Mister Freeze, are indirectly mentioned, but one name in particular stands out.
Popular fan opinion is that Joseph Gordon Levitt’s character John Blake was supposed to be Nolan’s concept for a Robin-type buddy for the modern era, but according to the actor in an interview with cinemblend, this is not entirely true. Although, yes, an attempt is made to indicate that the character’s name is actually Robin. so frankly it’s actually clumsyThe name alone doesn’t make a Wonder Boy. Instead, this addition to the character is meant to reinforce the idea that the character is a protégé of Batman more generally, and that he will inherit Batman’s tools and responsibilities during his absence.