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Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne / Batman
Joe Manganiello as Slade Wilson / Deathstroke
Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth
J.K. Simmons as Commissioner James Gordon
Jared Leto as The Joker
According to Heroic Hollywood, the film won’t begin production until 2019 because Warner Bros. already has three DC Films projects set to shoot in 2018. Shazam is already in production. Wonder Woman 2 is set to follow after that, and then the Joker origin story movie thereafter.
If The Batman doesn’t start rolling until 2019, that means the film probably won’t be released until 2020 or 2021, eight or nine years after the last Batman solo movie, The Dark Knight Rises. That will be the longest wait between solo Batman movies since the franchise was rebooted between Batman & Robin in 1997 and Batman Begins in 2005, and possibly the longest wait since Warner Bros. launched the modern Batman film franchise with Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989.
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.”
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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