IGN has a list of the top ten things that they want to see in Batman 3:
Like the rest of you, we simply can’t wait for director Christopher Nolan to succumb to the temptation of a truckload of cash so that he will return to make Batman 3. Consider this feature our wish list for who and what we’d like to see Nolan include or explore further in his next Bat-film, which Warner Bros. reportedly wants in theaters by 2011.
We’ll be covering the comic book characters, locations, gear and other narrative elements that we hope and expect Nolan and Co. to utilize in their gritty, realistic portrayal of Batman and Gotham City. Here then our top 10 must-haves for Batman 3:
The New Mob
When The Dark Knight opens, Batman has run the Gotham City mob underground, with its various factions forced to meet in private during daytime. But with Batman on the run and the city and GCPD turning against him by the end of TDK, the Gotham mob will likely find itself reinvigorated. However, Carmine Falcone is locked away in Arkham Asylum (thanks to the Scarecrow’s fear toxin in Batman Begins) and his successor, Sal Maroni, might very well be dead (or, at the very least, incapacitated) following the car wreck Two-Face caused in TDK. So who does that leave to run the mob?
Seeing how Christopher Nolan and his writers have drawn from Year One and The Long Halloween for many elements in both Batman Begins and TDK, it stands to reason that they might include other underworld characters utilized for those stories. For example, there is Carmine “The Roman” Falcone’s outcast son Alberto Falcone, who proclaimed himself the “Holiday” killer in The Long Halloween. Other contenders might include Carmine’s eldest son Mario Falcone and his twin sister Sofia Gigante, who later became the Hangman Killer; Johnny Viti, the Roman’s nephew; or Milos Grappa, the Roman’s bodyguard and consigliere. (It might also be fun to see Batman employ his undercover guise of “Matches” Malone to infiltrate the mob.)
More colorful criminals such as the Penguin or Black Mask could also have carved out their own fiefdoms in the Gotham mob, further blurring the lines between the traditional underworld and the super-villains who are the result of Batman’s escalation in the war on crime. Of course, not all of Gotham’s criminals belong to the underworld, which leads us to …
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