31 years have passed since a June 19, 1989, Tim Burton directed Batman with Michael Keaton in the leading role of “Bat Man.”
And in 2021, when he turns 32, the actor who was also in the 1992 sequel and who starred in the award-winning Birdman, could once again dress up as the superhero.
The Wrap reported that Keaton would put on the Batman suit for the new movie The Flash.
“The Flash, which brings back “Justice League” star Ezra Miller as Scarlet Speedster, is an all-encompassing story inspired by the comics from the 2011 DC Comics event “Flashpoint” and will catch up with the Keaton’s Batman 30 years after viewers last saw it. Directed by “It” director Andy Muschietti, “The Flash” hopes to start filming next year, “the site says.
In addition to Birdman, Michael Keaton had a supporting role as the villain Vulture in the 2017 Marvel blockbuster movie “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
What if the new director of The Flash in inferences he draws The Wrap is that “andThe upcoming “The Batman” by Matt Reeves will not be affected and Bruce Wayne by Robert Pattinson continues to be seen as the future of the franchise. “
Director Andrés Muschietti will direct the movie “The Flash” based on the latest draft of the script by “Birds of Prey” writer Christina Hodson. Barbara Muschietti and Michael Disco are producing the tape.
“The Flash” is awaiting a production start to the first quarter of 2021, subject to COVID-19 protocols.