No Two-Face Against "The Dark Knight"?
Well, nothing concrete, but "Batman Begins" screenwriter David Goyer recently dropped a few hints like "Two-Face? Hmm, don't think so...," which of course leads to all sorts of fan-frantic speculation. Regarding the possibility of there being two villains in the sequel, Mr. Goyer makes a good point: "Some people raised their eyebrows when they heard there were going to be two villains in the first film ... but I think that one worked out just fine." (I'd call that an understatement ... and there were definitely more than two villains in "Batman Begins.")
Furthermore, it looks like Goyer (who's got his own movie, "The Invisible," coming real soon) will be receiving only a "story by" credit when "The Dark Knight" takes to the screen again. Official screenwriting duties now belong to the director Christopher Nolan and his brother Jonathan -- who recently collaborated on "The Prestige," and rather well if you ask me.