Freeman expects another 'Batman' movie

Morgan Freeman thinks there will be another ‘Batman’ film.

The ‘Invictus’ star, who played Lucius Fox in 2008’s ‘The Dark Knight’ admitted he expected another film to be made.

The 72-year-old actor said: “I’m fairly certain that Warner Brothers is not going to let a billion-dollar franchise die. I expect there will be another.

“As for whether or not I will be involved, that depends on the writer.”

Morgan, who plays the role of Nelson Mandela in his latest movie ‘Invictus’, also claimed he loves his job.

He said: “It’s fun. Work for me is fun. I enjoy what I do. What makes it the best fun is if you come out the other side and learn something.”

Morgan added that he enjoyed attending premieres.

He said: “I like them all. People yelling at you. It’s always good. Imagine if you go to a premiere and there are 50,000 people there.”

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