“My status remains what it always is,” Affleck said. “I’ve done the two movies. I’ve always intended on doing a third if Warners wants to make it. Certainly, if the Batphone rings, I will answer.”
Yesterday a report from The Hollywood Reporter said that Ben Affleck’s future as Batman was in doubt, and that Warner Bros. was trying to figure out how to handle his exit in a future DC movie. Today at Comic-Con, Affleck took the stage and let the world know how much he loves being Batman.
The Hollywood Reporter says that Warner Bros. is working on a way to “gracefully” address the fact that Affleck is no longer Batman in an upcoming DC Comics movie.
Reeves was a guest on MTV’s Happy Sad Confused podcast and host Josh Horowitz asked if he was going to be working off of Ben Affleck and Geoff John’s original script. “No,” Reeves replied. “It’s a new story. It’s just starting again. I’m excited about it. I think it’s going to be really cool.”
Matt Reeves has already expressed that Warner Bros. is “really excited” about his idea for The Batman, and in a new interview today with Uproxx he explained that he was given assurances that he could make the movie his way.
While promoting his new movie Dunkirk, which hits theaters on July 21, Christopher Nolan confirmed that he’s remastering his previous movies (such as the Dark Knight Trilogy) in 4K.
Matt Reeves is no stranger to trilogies, having directed two of the three rebooted Planet of the Apes movies. In a new interview with Fandango, Reeves was asked if he sees The Batman as the start of a possible trilogy. The short answer is “yes”, but check out his full explanation in the quotes below.
“It’s my hope to tell a very emotional Batman story,” Reeves told Yahoo Movies while promoting War for the Planet of the Apes, “and I do see a very strong parallel between [Batman and Caesar] because they’re both damaged characters who are grappling to the do the right thing in a very imperfect world. A […]
“I certainly hope so. Let’s put it this way. I’ve never worked with them but my experience with them so far has been really good. As I describe what I want to do, they seem really excited. So its the beginning of a journey.”
“There’s a chance to do an almost noir driven, detective version of Batman that is point-of-view driven in a very very powerful way, that will hopefully connect you to what’s going on inside of his head,” Reeves said.
Just a few weeks after DC Films producer Charles Roven said he had “every expectation” that Ben Affleck would star in The Batman, director Matt Reeves confirmed that Affleck is still in the starring role. Check it out in his own words in the Getty interview below.
THE GOOD CITIZENS OF LOS ANGELES TO PAY TRIBUTE TO ADAM WEST Mayor Eric Garcetti and LA Police Department Chief Charlie Beck to Light Bat-Signal in Honor of Beloved Batman TV Series Star Holy Bat-signal, Batman! In a fitting tribute to pop culture icon Adam West, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Police Department Chief […]
TV’s Batman, Adam West, has passed away from leukemia at the age of 88, it’s been reported. Our beloved AW passed away last night. He was the greatest. We'll miss him like crazy. We know you'll miss him too – West Family pic.twitter.com/8bkEq1C2ao — Adam West (@therealadamwest) June 10, 2017
In a new piece for Interview Magazine, Holland was interviewed by his Spider-Man: Homecoming co-star Zendaya. She asked which iconic movie role he wished he could have played, and his answer was James Bond and Batman!
Gad posted a photo of himself inside the DC Comics offices posing with the DC Films presidents Geoff Johns and Jon Berg. Gad can be seen holding a Batman comic with The Penguin on it. “Nothing to see here…,” he wrote on Twitter.
Last week Ben Affleck said that he’d be doing his Batman voice on NBC’s Red Nose Day special, and he delivered! VIA: Batman News