Cillian Murphy may have been an integral part of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman” trilogy, but his love for the genre seems to end there.

Discussing the huge trend in superhero movies, between big blockbusters from DC Comics and consistently acclaimed film’s by Marvel, Murphy wonders how long it can go: “Have they exhausted every single comic book ever? I don’t know where they’re coming from anymore.”

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He also describes, to Vulture, the difference between the “Batman” film’s he starred in (as Scarecrow) and the more supernatural tales being told today: “It was a different time back when we made ‘Batman Begins’. I think that Chris has to take credit for making that trilogy of films. I think they’re so grounded in a relatable reality.”

Murphy elaborates on that statement: “Nobody in those films ever had a superpower. Do you know what I mean? It’s a slightly heightened level of storytelling, where New York is Gotham and no one did anything magical.”

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He says the simple premise is what he loved about the “Batman” trilogy: “Batman in his movies just did a lot of pushups and was, like, British. So that’s what I loved about them. My kids love the Marvel movies, but I don’t know. I don’t watch them.”

Murphy wrapped things up by quipping: “I reckon they’re going to make a movie of Rice Krispies starring Snap, Crackle and Pop. I’m hoping to play Crackle.”