Since The Dark Knight is a study of corruption in the American city and The Dark Knight Rises is a Dickensian epic about social upheaval, Batman Begins is the only chapter of this trilogy that really gives Batman a “hero’s journey.” Although its lengthy retelling of the Bat’s origin story impacts the movie’s rewatchability, Batman Begins closely follows the “monomyth” popularized.
The Dark Knight Trilogy is a British-American superhero film trilogy based on the DC Comics character Batman. The trilogy consists of Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012), directed by Christopher Nolan.
The Dark Knight Series is a set of three Christopher Nolan Batman movies. It includes Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008), and The Dark Knight Rises (2012). Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, and Cillian Murphy appeared in all three movies. The Trilogy is considered by many to be one of the best of all time. Batman's grounded portrayal was universally acclaimed.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is a two-part direct-to-video animated superhero film, an adaptation of the 1986 comic book The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller and is set in the same continuity as Batman: Year One.It was directed by Jay Oliva, who worked as a storyboard artist on Man of Steel, Under the Red Hood, Year One and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The Dark Knight kicked things off in style with its clown bank heist and the introduction of the Joker. As the Clown Prince of Crime hid behind a mask and offed various grunts, his costume was a.
The Dark Knight Trilogy is overrated and an injustice to the Batman Brand. The movies are an injustice to Batman and are terrible Batman movies. Batman in these movies could have been any random vigilante. Christopher Nolan ripped away everything that made Batman and the Batman Mythos special. The realistic take Nolan tried to do doesn’t fit Batman at all and should never be replicated.
The Dark Knight Universe is the reality of Earth-31, a parallel earth. Earth-31 is one of fifty-one divergent realities that branched from the core New Earth reality during the recreation of the Multiverse shortly following the events of Infinite Crisis. This reality is the setting of all of Frank Miller's Batman stories (although Batman: Year One is also considered part of the canonical DC.
As far as I can recall Batman vs Superman did not make any specific references to events in the Dark Knight trilogy that would confirm this, and the director and lead actor are obviously different. But that trilogy was trying to be dark and gritty much like the newest DC movies, and I also can't think of anything that clearly rules out the possibility of them being in the same universe.