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Sure, The Dark Knight will be showing up in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and probably both Justice League features, but right now there are no plans on the books to give the beloved protector of Gotham City a new solo film. As a result, fans are left to speculate about the cinematic future of the superhero.
Ever since the most recent trailer for Batman V Superman was released at San Diego Comic-Con, fans have been clamoring for more. Now, we may have just learned when we will get it.
Thereís one fight that most people probably havenít pictured Batman in: going up against Marvelís Avengers. Well, screenwriter Max Landis has been thinking about it, and he has it all worked out how Batman would win.
Josh Brolin was one of the many actors to be cosndiered to play Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. As we all know, Ben Affleck eventually scored the role, and Brolin recently expressed his feelings about being passed over.
Children of the 60's, it's time to return to the toybox! There's a way that not only The Man From U.N.C.L.E. can come out to play again, he could do so alongside the Caped Crusader!
Though he may not have any actual powers, Batman is one of the toughest superheroes around. According to Matt Damon, however, the Dark Knight wouldn't actually stand a chance against CIA-trained assassin Jason Bourne.
As with Marvel, the DC Comics community has a vocal fanbase that frequently doesnít agree on various subjects. Weíve gathered a list of these disagreements geared specifically towards DC movies and comics that frequently pop up and may never be resolved.
According to a new report, Warner Bros. wants more of the Dark Knight and less of the Man of Steel in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It looks like Batman is becoming the crown jewel of the DC Extended Universe, and here's why.
The announcement that Ban Affleck was playing Batman wasnít the first time the character's casting raised outcry from hardcore comic book enthusiasts. Many fans felt the same way about Michael Keaton for 1989ís Batman.
The beauty of great film is that it when they end, they often leave room for debate as to what the audience has just witnessed. Seven years after its release, audiences continue to find new and intriguing ways to interpret the events in Christopher Nolanís Batman epic The Dark Knight.
Before Michael Keaton made movie history and landed the role of Bruce Wayne in Tim Burtonís Batman, a crop of actors were up for the role. Last year we also found out that James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan was among the names in contention.
When the DC film universe gets underway, it will be the perfect opportunity to start featuring super villains not familiar to the general moviegoing audience. Here are the five DC Comics greats that need to cause trouble for our intrepid heroes in the near future.
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Batman is well-known for falling into the category of heroes who don't kill... but the truth of the matter is that he's bent this rule several times over the years. This is true in the comics, but also true in big-screen versions of the Caped Crusader
With Batman and possibly Aquaman appearing next year in Suicide Squad, evidently this has led to some wondering if Superman might cameo in the film as well, and Henry Cavill has finally set the record straight on this.
As the DC Cinematic Universe grows, one of the most exciting elements of the movies will be seeing all of the classic comic book costumes adaptedÖ and things are off to a great start in Zack Snyderís Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
I think Affleck loves the character, is a comic-book fan, and would relish the opportunity to tell a fantastic, standalone Batman film. But Iíd pump my brakes on the trilogy talk until Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice actually screened, because DC has a lot of films on its plate, and Affleck isnít getting any younger.
The casting process for films is often more art than science. Jake Gyllenhaal has, at various times, been considered for the roles of both Batman and Spider-Man and, while he ended up not getting either big role, his feels are understandable.
Ben Affleck's take on Batman in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is expected to be unlike any version of the Dark Knight we've seen on the big screen before - and it's not just because when we meet him he will have been playing superhero for more than 20 years.
The latest Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer confirmed long-held suspicions that this universe also has a dead Robin, and now we may know the identity of the actor playing the Boy Wonder in a flashback.