New CONCEPT trailer for DC's Batman solo movie by solyentbrak1. The Batman is an upcoming superhero film based on Batman, and the character's evolution either before or after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the Justice League films.
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Out of all the DC movies slated to hit theaters over the course of the next few years, the one that seems to have the most people excited is the Ben Affleck-fronted solo Batman movie. It's not hard to understand why, since Affleck completely stole the show with his appearances in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice as well as Suicide Squad, so it only makes sense to give audiences more of the fan favorite character.
That being said, concrete details about the upcoming Batman solo film have been incredibly difficult to come by. We've gone through all of the released news and rumors about the upcoming project to bring you everything we know so far about the latest chapter in the long cinematic history of The Dark Knight. Now let's get the ball rolling with the question that's at the forefront of everyone's minds.
At this point, no official release date for the currently untitled Batman solo film has been released by Warner Bros, and we have very little evidence to indicate where it could potentially fall on the upcoming DC slate. With the multiple shakeups and changes that have gone on behind the scenes at Warner Bros. throughout the course of 2016, we wouldn't even find ourselves remotely surprised to see yet another shuffling of the slate at some point in the near future to either delay or move up the possible release of the Batman solo movie. All we know for sure about the film's current timeline is the fact that Joe Manganiello recently came out and admitted that everyone involved has decided to take their time; in his words: "the movie will start shooting whenever those pieces are in place."
Shortly after most people came to the collective realization that Ben Affleck's Batman represented one of the best aspects of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. set about getting him much more involved creatively in the greater DCEU. The studio eventually revealed that Ben Affleck and Geoff Johns had been collaborating on a script for the upcoming Batman solo movie, with Affleck also set to direct. However, that all shifted earlier this year when Affleck officially dropped out as the director of the project to focus on acting in the project and Planet of the Apes' Matt Reeves was subsequently brought onboard.
Matt Reeves has asserted that everything is going "really well" behind the scenes, and he is apparently very excited to bring this story to life on the big screen. This reassurance is essential, as the solo Batman movie has hit its own fair share of speed bumps through its development over the course of the last few years. The most prominent hurdle came when Ben Affleck stepped down as the director of the project, resulting in the eventual search to find Matt Reeves and lock him in place. Now the project appears to have found its footing (though rumors of a possible Batman recasting - Jake Gyllenhaal as the new Batman? - continue to surface), and Reeves is taking his time to make sure that he gets it right.
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✖ This is a Concept Trailer so YES, this video is "Fake" and "Not real". This was not made to fool or scam anyone, it is simply for fans to take a glimpse into what the movie could be like.
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