It is well-known that the upcoming Batman movie stars Robert Pattinson however a current article in the New York Times by Brooks Barnes means that there may be a couple of Batman movie in the works. The article in query has Barnes interviewing Walter Hamada, president of DC movies, as they focus on the movies and spin-offs that Warner Bros is planning for theatres and its streaming service.
A piece of the article learn, “To make all the story lines work, DC Films will introduce movie audiences to a comics concept known as the multiverse: parallel worlds where different versions of the same character exist simultaneously. Coming up, for instance, Warner Bros. will have two different film sagas involving Batman — played by two different actors — running at the same time.”
The “two different film sagas” recommended to the readers that there’s going to be yet one more Batman franchise. Brooks took to Twitter to make clear that he was referring to the upcoming Flash film the place a number of actors, together with Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck, will play Batman.
He tweeted, “Been offline (moving apartments) and return to see this Michael Keaton craziness. I was referring to the *one film* that Keaton has been announced as being in, not a set of his own Batman films. If I had info on him beyond “The Flash,” I’d have clearly put it in my article.”
Been offline (transferring residences) and return to see this Michael Keaton craziness. I used to be referring to the *one movie* that Keaton has been introduced as being in, not a set of his personal Batman movies. If I had information on him past “The Flash,” I’d have clearly put it in my article
— Brooks Barnes (@brooksbarnesNYT) January 5, 2021
It has been introduced by The Flash director Andy Muschietti that Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton will play Batman in the movie as Ezra Miller’s Barry delves right into a multiverse. Andy had beforehand informed Vanity Fair, “This movie is a bit of a hinge in the sense that it presents a story that implies a unified universe where all the cinematic iterations that we’ve seen before are valid. It’s inclusive in the sense that it is saying all that you’ve seen exists, and everything that you will see exists, in the same unified multiverse.”
Robert Pattinson-starrer The Batman, directed by Matt Reeves, is scheduled to launch in March 2022.