Everything will be connected, except the Batman movie!
The upcoming Batman film, directed by Matt Reeves, will be DC’s only new feature film to set outside of the DC Extended Universe, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Specific details of Batman’s plot continue to be kept under wraps, but Robert Pattinson’s version of the hero will apparently be a Batman early in his career, unlike the versions that will be introduced in The Flash, a film that promises to redefine. the status of the DCEU by addressing multiverse.
According to a new report submitted by THR, Warner Bros. wants to keep all of its film productions sharing the same universe, with the exception of The Batman, which takes place in an Earth disconnected from the rest.
As fans are well aware, this won’t be the first time that DC has released a live-action alternative film. In 2019, Coringa, the company’s most successful production, which also takes place outside the DCEU, hit theaters.
Among the plans of Warner Bros. are the releases of The Suicide Squad, Black Adam, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, The Flash, and Aquaman 2, all currently in production. There are also several titles in development, including Wonder Woman 3, Batgirl, Green Beetle, Man-Hour, Super-Shock, Zatanna and, it seems, a new Superman.
The Batman is set to hit theaters on March 4, 2022.
So, are you excited about DC’s cinematic future?