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British actor Robert Pattinson is all set to return as Gotham city's caped crusader as his recent release 'The Batman' is getting a sequel, according to media reports
Now that Robert Pattinson’s Batman is out, DC fans are revisiting all the previous Batman films and actors who had played the Caped Crusador before
Reeves manages to give a superhero film that is different from its previous versions and yet ticks all the boxes that make the character who he is.
The film has a script written by Christina Hodson, who previously wrote Birds of Prey and has also written the script for the upcoming The Flash movie
Marvel’s latest animated series 'What If...?' isn’t perfect, but nevertheless pushes creative limits to tell intriguing stories.
The actor has revealed that Hollywood directors refused to work with him after the release of the film
A set photos for Matt Reeves' The Batman shows Bruce Wayne (Robert Pattinson) attending a public funeral in the upcoming DC project.
A spokesperson for Warner Bros said on Thursday that filming had resumed after a hiatus for quarantine precautions
The Twilight star had taken over the mantle from much-venerated predecessors like Christian Bale and Ben Affleck.
The film essentially reworks the premise of Mike W Barr’s actual 1987 Batman: Year Two storyline.
Trailer of The Batman to a roll call of the Suicide Squad: Here are all major highlights from DC FanDome
The first edition of the virtual convention offered looks at The Batman, Wonder Woman 1984, Synder's Justice League and high-anticipated video games from DC
Fans gear up for first-look of a much-hyped Batman, introducing Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader
Fans can gear up for the first preview into the world of the much-hyped upcoming superhero film, Batman, which introduces Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader.
Snyder finally opened up about the future of Snyderverse
Obituary: Joel Schumacher, a brazen filmmaker who steered the Batman franchise into its most baroque territory
Joel Schumacher, the filmmaker who shepherded the Brat Pack to the big screen in St Elmo's Fire and steered the Batman franchise into its most baroque territory, has died. He was 80.
The plot is said to be based on Flashpoint which sees The Flash travel back in time to save his mother and thereby create a whole alternate multiverse
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