After years of delays, Warner Bros. officially announced The Flash’s summer 2022 release date.
Ezra Miller signed on to star in The Flash for Warner Bros back in 2014. Andy Muschietti is in talks to direct. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein are no londer on board. Christina Hodson is writing the script.
Today it was announced that Michael Keaton is in talks to reprise his role as Bruce Wayne aka Batman in the DC Extended Universe movie.
Keaton first played Batman in the 1989 classic by Tim Burton, coming back in 1992 for 'Batman Returns'.
It’s uncertain how big a role Keaton will play in “The Flash,” since they haven't started making it yet, but for all of us fans, this is exciting news.
At the time of release in 1989, Batman was a critical and financial success, earning over $400 million in box office totals. It was the fifth-highest-grossing film in history at the time of its release. Keaton beat out several big-name actors to score the role of Batman, including Mel Gibson, Kevin Costner, Charlie Sheen, Tom Selleck, Bill Murray, Harrison Ford, and Dennis Quaid.