‘The Batman’ new installment begin shooting in November?
Hollywood has a new discussion after the reports in which it has revealed that a new installment on The Batman franchise could begin shooting in November, claimed War of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves, is set to write and direct the latest version of the project.
When discussing who could potentially star in the film and when audiences might find out, the outlet claimed, “The script is basically in, although Reeves will continue tweaking it and working on it. And I’m hearing the studio wants to start shooting in November. So let’s say between now and then ?”
Previous reports regarding the movie have claimed it could shoot this summer.
Amidst the negative reactions to the DCEU films, rumors began to swirl that Ben Affleck hoped to quietly leave the superhero series behind. He was initially attached to write and direct The Batman, yet he handed over creative leadership to Reeves.
In the months since Reeves has taken over the project, reports have claimed the film would focus on a younger Bruce Wayne, likely needing a new actor to take over from Affleck. Were this the case, and with no other Batman-related projects confirmed, Affleck could hang up the cowl for good.
Batman has been one of DC’s most iconic characters, coming to life in various films dating all the way back to Adam West’s Batman: The Movie in 1966. Despite his pop culture prominence, the upcoming adventure has been the source of much of fans’ speculation.