They just made an "official" thread over HERE.
@FinalDasa: Oh sure. I'm not writing the movie off, to be sure, but I'm growing increasingly tired of Nolan trying to bootstrap the kind of social commentary onto Batman that makes him veer dangerously close to the kinds of fascist-Batdick that Miller wrote him as (see ending of Dark Knight with the cell phone sonar thing). Add to that Nolan's increasingly emotionless, vast urban epics, and the same problems that plagued the other movies (Bale's Batman remains utterly ridiculous, the movie's tone tries to pretend to be 'grim and gritty' but never commits to it) and it just seems like more of what I'm already growing very tired of in this version of the character.
Either way, it'll be nice to see Nolan end it and step aside. I hope whoever comes next has some new ideas for the Caped Crusader, maybe something with some levity to it.
I think your criticisms of Nolan's two Batman films are too exaggerated. When I view either of the first two films, I do not receive any impressions of tacky or forced "social commentary" - even when considering scenes like the cell phone/sonar tracking device. To me, Nolan's emphasis in the Dark Knight seems more focused on issues of morality between Batman and the Joker than on some less-than-subtle, didactic attempt to preach a message.
I do agree that Nolan has never been completely successful in creating round characters in whom viewers can become personally/emotionally invested. Inception has maybe been his best attempt so far with that, and the Dark Knight Rises appears to be his further attempt in forming a meaningful bond between the audience and his characters. Still, to call Bale's version of Batman "utterly ridiculous" is a bit hyperbolic and unfair, though Ledger's Joker definitely magnified the limitations of Bale's Batman in comparison.
Anyways, I am intrigued by the trailers and excited for Nolan's last Batman film (I am admittedly a huge fan of his work). If you did not enjoy his previous Batman films, then his third one certainly will not be your cup of tea either.