Earlier last week, fans got their first official update from Matt Reeves’ on The Batman movie stating that they could start rolling the cameras in spring 2019. Now, a new report has some extra details to share on the solo movie.
According to Production Weekly’s recent listing, The Batman will begin production in spring 2019 as confirmed by the director himself. But the report also states that Ben Affleck is on board the movie as a producer.
In last weeks’ report, the director did state that he was still speaking with Affleck. While this confirms he is still part of the project, there’s still no word if he will reprise the Dark Knight for the solo movie.
This information may sound like old news to a lot of fans. But the report on Production Weekly was an ‘updated project’ which means to say that the details mentioned in the listing were recently updated.
Geoff Johns also receives the same Producer title and his new company ‘Mad Ghost Productions’ has been listed as well.
Director Matt Reeves is the only person with a writer credit. An earlier rumor had reported that Mark Bomback may have been tapped to write The Batman. But it looks like it was just a rumor and nothing more.
Reeves’ seems to be working through his production company ‘6TH & IDAHO’ as it also listed under the project. It looks like fans might just be months away from casting announcements as the project is all set to begin production next year.
Earlier this week, The Flash movie’s production status also first came from Production Weekly. The report was later confirmed by Deadline.
The burning question still remains unanswered as we wait to find out who will don the Dark Knight in the solo movie. Readers can subscribe to our push notification and newsletter to receive the latest update on the project as we learn more.
Source: Production Weekly
/ 2 days ago
For the sake of avoiding any forms of leaks during production, the filmmakers of...
/ 6 days ago
Captain Marvel Director Explains How Annette Bening Filmed Her Character’s Death Scene With No Sleep
Filmmaking is a painstaking process and as studios continue to push limits in an...