When Michael Keaton was rumored to be returning to the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne, it took the comic book world by storm. After all, Keaton was last seen as The Caped Crusader in 1992. Since then, theories had surfaced as to how his Batman incarnation would be depicted. Dark Knight Returns? The Bruce Wayne from Batman Beyond? De-aged via CGI?
Big Screen Leaks tweeted this photo from the set of The Flash. While it may not give us the answer as to how Batman will look, it does seem to imply that this will be an older Bruce Wayne and not one that is de-aged to look like his 1989 incarnation.
What do you think fans? Dark Knight Returns? Batman Beyond? Or just Old Man Bruce?
The Flash is scheduled for release on November 4 2022 and will star Ezra Miller as The Flash/Barry Allen, Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne/Batman, and Ron Livingston as Henry Allen. It is directed by Andy Muschietti.
Seth and Train return in a heavily Batman-themed episode talking Michael Keaton’s potential return to the cowl, and the life and times of Joel Schumacher. But first, news about Cobra-Kai moving to Netflix.
The geek world was taken by storm with the news that Michael Keaton may be returning to the role of Batman in the upcoming Flash standalone film. Keaton, of course, played The Dark Knight in two blockbuster films in 1989 and 1992 before passing on 1995’s Batman Forever.
Sony released the first trailer for Morbius, the latest addition to their own little corner of Marvel properties. It gives the gist of the title character’s background. Renowned scientist Michael Morbius accidentally turns himself into a vampire by seeking a cure for his own blood disease.