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Could Edward Norton Play The Riddler In Batman 3?

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Edward Norton recently contributed to the casting rumors surrounding the upcoming Batman movie by telling IGN that he would love to work with director Christopher Nolan. “[He’s] making the best ones out there by far I’d do one [a superhero movie] with him,” he said “He’s set a new bar for sure, and I think he’s done a great, great job.”

When asked whether he might consider playing the “Riddler”, the rumored villain of the next movie, Norton said “Your guys can put their votes in on that.”

The 41-year-old actor, who was appointed a Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity in July, recently urged consumers to do their part in helping the planet – by supporting green products with their dollars. “Growth in the environmentally friendly sector of consumer products is really high not just in organics, but also in cleaner products,?” he said. “?I think that companies that ignore these trends are probably ignoring them at the peril of their bottom line.”?

You can see him on the bog screen next in the movie “Stone” opposite DeNiro and opening October 8th.

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