‘The Batman’ is Officially Getting a Sequel with Robert Pattinson and Matt Reeves Returning

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Well, this should surprise nobody but still is pretty cool news. CinemaCon is in progress and the various studios are keen to get everyone excited for what’s to come. There have been some very vague announcements about sequels to just about every property out there, but tonight, there was an actual specific bit of news from Warner Bros. The Batman, after a wildly successful bow in March, is officially getting a sequel.

According to various sources on the ground, not only is The Batman 2 (or whatever it’s called) happening, but Matt Reeves is returning to write and direct, as well as Robert Pattinson in the title role. The rest of the cast, as well as a release date, is still to come, but this should probably come our way in two or three years. So, be excited, since The Batman was one of the year’s definite early season highlights. Under Reeves’ direction, look for Batman to go on another exciting and thought-provoking adventure.

Source: Deadline


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Robert Hamer
19 days ago

Please, Matt Reeves, for the love of all that is holy, tell just one story in your sequel. Don’t cram several in one monster three-hour feature. Pick a villain. Pick a subplot. Tell Warner Bros “No” from time to time now that you’ve proven yourself to them and have some clout over the direction of this series.

Joey Magidson
19 days ago
Reply to  Robert Hamer

I am curious where he goes with this sequel, since there’s a ton of different avenues to pursue…



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