Michael Keaton is perhaps very shut to donning the cowl once more as the Caped Crusader in an upcoming DC superhero film.
The 68-year-old actor is reportedly in talks to reprise his position as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the Warner Bros. film “The Flash” starring Ezra Miller, who performed the character in “Justice League,” in accordance to The Wrap.
Keaton famously performed the Gotham Metropolis hero in Tim Burton’s 1989 movie, “Batman.” The outlet reported that the actor may be featured in different upcoming DC titles as effectively.
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Per The Wrap, “The Flash” film will reportedly be introducing followers to the “idea of the multiverse, one of the core concepts underpinning DC Comics” and “allows several different versions of the same characters to simultaneously exist and, occasionally, interact.”
The Golden Globe winner additionally starred in Burton’s 1992 sequel, “Batman Returns,” and dabbled in the Marvel Cinematic Universe enjoying the villain in the 2017 film, “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” with Tom Holland.
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Keaton’s model of Batman reportedly is not going to have an effect on Matt Reeves’ film “The Batman,” starring Robert Pattinson, which is about to resume manufacturing in the UK by the top of the summer season.
Andrés Muschietti is on board to direct “The Flash” and the script is being penned by “Birds of Prey” author Christina Hodson.
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The movie is aiming for a 2022 launch.