Director of the Batman: Wouldn’t Refuse to Do DC Movie Without Creative Freedom

Batman director Matt Reeves says he wouldn’t have done DC movies without…
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Introduction to Batman:

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The Batman is an American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Produced by DC Films and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

DC Films and Warner Bros.Pictures started rebooting the Batman film franchise with Matt Reeves as director.
This is the 10th film of Batman in the DC Extended Universe.


Starring Robert Pattinson as Batman and Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, Zoe Kravitz, Peter Sarsgaard, Jayme Lawson, Andy Serkis and Colin Farrell as the ensemble cast.

What Did Director Matt Reeves Say About the DC Films?

Ben Affleck is the initial director, writer, producer and star in The Batman before Matt Reeves.
Ben Affleck left the DC films and left Batman to Matt Reeves in 2017.
Matt Reeves now directing the upcoming movie and also producing along with Dylan Clark. He also took part in the screenplay with Mattson Tomlin.

The production is suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Even though the production has cancelled, it didn’t stop Matt Reeves from talking about the film.

He says he wouldn’t have signed onto DC films if he didn’t have creative freedom.

Many directors being hesitant to work on such films because of too much studio interference. That means he didn’t face any such problems with The Batman group from DC films.

During the interview with The New York Times, he spoke about the difficulties in directing the big-budget films. Also, he said he wants to make a new Batman, unlike the past Batman films.

This film is going to be different, he wanted to make it in a way which connects to everyone emotionally and by showing common mans effects.
He explained:

“You never know whether the people in charge of those I.P.s ( intellectual properties) are going to be open to your vision. But if they weren’t, I wouldn’t have done,’Batman’. I was like, look, there have been some great ‘Batman’ films and I don’t want to just make a Batman film. I want to do something that has some emotional stakes. My ambition is for it to be incredibly personal using the metaphors of that world. ”

The film is set to release on 25 June 2021. Let’s wish it won’t be delayed long due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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