The writer, who collaborated with his brother filmmaker Christopher Nolan on both 2008's "The Dark Knight" and its 2012 sequel "The Dark Knight Rises", compared the genre to the once-popular Western model at a screening of his HBO show's second season finale, DigitalSpy reported.
Interestingly, "Westworld" narrates a fictional, technologically advanced Wild-West-themed amusement park populated by android "hosts". It is a sci-fi Western TV show based on the 1973 film of the same name.
"I certainly hope we get sick of comic book movies at some point. We're currently in a glut of them now. Having contributed to the superhero movie genre a couple of times, I'm not terribly sure how well that genre will age.
"There's some weird subconscious stuff informing a bunch of actors dressing up in tights beating the crap out of people," Nolan said.
Ahead of "Avengers: Infinity War" release, "Avatar" director James Cameron had made a comment on the similar lines that the world has had enough of superhero films and people will soon get "Avengers fatigue".
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