Matt Reeves' upcoming superhero tentpole hits theaters on June 25, 2021. In any case, the new prince of Gotham will play a younger Batman than the one plaid by Ben Affleck and Christian Bale. Bale urged the actor, who most recently starred in High Life, to "make the role his own" in the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) interview that's doing the rounds online.
Fans are quietly excited about a version of the dark knight that promises to return Batman to his roots as the world's greatest detective, and that does not seem likely to be strangled by any requirement to cleave close to Warner Bros's rapidly unravelling DC Extended Universe of interlinked superhero flicks.
The Batman is set to chronicle an earlier story, aligning with the Batman: Year One comic book story arc which sees a younger Bruce Wayne carving out his place in Gotham as the famed mysterious The DC Cinematic Universe vigilante. ROBERT Pattinson has been confirmed to play The Batman in Matt Reeves' upcoming superhero movie.
Affleck made his DC Extended Universe (DCEU) debut as the Caped Crusader in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, while making a cameo in 2016's Suicide Squad and then starring in 2017's Justice League. The former Twilight actor - who has enjoyed critical success thanks to his roles in Good Time, High Life and, most recently, The Lighthouse - is returning to blockbusters for the superhero outing.
Tapped War for the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves to reboot the character, speculation has swirled like a winter blizzard. Confirmed that the former "Twilight" actor signed a deal on Friday to play the Caped Crusader. Deadline reports the new movie will not follow the arc of the Batman previously played by Ben Affleck.
That comes from a quick Variety story , in which Phillips is also quoted as saying that there will surely be many more Jokers” in the future after his movie comes out—meaning that there will be other Batman movies with other actors in clown makeup smashing mirrors and laughing in a scary way.
Hours after his Cannes duties in designer duds, he would be on a plane to Los Angeles to face perhaps the biggest test of his acting career: putting on a Batsuit for director Matt Reeves, who is casting The Batman. Affleck starred as Batman in the two titles directed by Zack Snyder: 2016's "Batman V. Superman" and 2017's "Justice League." Both films received mixed reviews and were viewed as somewhat disappointing for Warner Bros.
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