Rumors surfaced earlier this week speculated that director Matt Reeves' upcoming film The Batman will not be a part of the DC Extended Universe. Reeves has addressed these comments quickly, stating how his film will fit into the bigger Warner Bros. DCEU continuity.
On Twitter earlier this morning, Reeves was quick to
In a recent interview with MTV’s Happy Sad Confused promoting his new film War for the Planet of the Apes, director Matt Reeves stated that when he signed on to make The Batman for Warner Bros., he would be starting from scratch. The question that should be asked, is whether or not the
The direction that director Matt Reeves will take with the next Batman stand alone film is anyone's guess at the moment, but it seems that the filmmaker is channelling the right inspirations for The Batman. During a recent interview while he was out promoting his latest film War for the Planet of the Apes,
The newest batch of rumors for the standalone DCEU Batman film The Batman say that a few villains are coming to the film, not just one central villain. The rumor comes from the Reddit sub community, so be cautious, and take this rumor with a large grain of salt. Hell,
Recently, Ben Affleck announced that he would be stepping down as the director of the next Batman film for DC. This raised many questions about who would direct the film, and whether the film was about to be shelved for the time being. We know that is not the case, it
With Planet of the Apes chronicling how the human's fell and what events led to the apes rise to power, some have asked where will the studio go next? According to director Matt Reeves, this began as Caesar's story, and that is exactly where the sequel will take us. It will continue Caesar's