The actor, who donned the cowl and cape for a third time in the final chapter of Christopher Nolan's trilogy, said that he is "intrigued" to see another director's take on the DC Comics hero.
"I'm very intrigued to see another interpretation of it at this point," he told MTV News. "It would be very interesting to see what someone else does with the character. I'd be the first one there to watch."
The Dark Knight Rises was released in cinemas last Friday (July 20) and went on to secure the top spot at box offices around the world. It has raked in £14.6 million in the UK alone.
The film sees Bale appear alongside a star-studded supporting cast that includes Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Michael Caine.
Bale recently visited the hospitalised victims of the shooting that took place during a screening of the movie in Colorado.
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