#Batman #TheSnyderCut #Batfleck
Warner and DC’s choice for Batman going forward is Robert Pattinson, to be introduced as Batman in Matt Reeves upcoming reboot. Their plan was for him to be the only Batman going forward, both on film, and on TV, where there would be no Batman, so nothing could steal Pattinson’s thunder.
That was before corporate owner AT&T decided otherwise. In this video, @AndreEinherjar will explore the brief story behind Robert Pattinson’s Batman, and how AT&T might not settle for merely bringing back Michael Keaton, as has been widely reported already, but how they might bring back Ben Affleck too.
Original scoop by Mikey Sutton:
" According to Mikey Sutton's sources, AT&T are open to Ben Affleck starring and completing the Batman film he walked away from for HBO Max. There were rumors that previously circulated about this, and insiders do confirm is the chances of it happening are somewhat high. However, it all depends on the success of the Snyder Cut. Sutton has heard that Affleck would actually be open to the idea provided that he is given creative freedom unlike the interference from Geoff Johns that torpedoed the project to begin with. Mentally and emotionally, Affleck feels ready, too, with much less pressure than before.
If greenlit, this would be a one-off movie, separate from the Robert Pattinson Dark Knight theatrical film but set squarely within the DCEU that Zack Snyder originated. With Deathstroke as the villain, it's been said that AT&T wouldn't be opposed to having this be an MA (Mature Audiences or R-rated) cut if the material called for it; since it's HBO Max, there's no concerns of ticket sales being lost if kids aren't let in.”
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