The Batman 2 Director Reveals DC Sequel’s Focus

Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight won’t take a back seat to his villains’ gallery The Batman2, reveals director Matt Reeves. Starring Pattinson as a younger Bruce Wayne in his second year as a costumed crime fighter, The batter take on three of Gotham City’s most wanted detectives: enigmatic serial killer The Riddler (Paul Dano), mobster Oswald “Penguin” Cobblepot (Colin Farrell), and proto-Catwoman Selina Kyle (Zoe Kravitz). Even with a deleted scene teasing a future showdown with the Joker (Barry Keoghan), Reeves says his in-the-works Batman sequel will keep the focus on Pattinson’s brooding Bruce Wayne/Batman.

“What I really feel is that I also believe that Rob is so special in the role. My goal has always been to make these point-of-view stories where the character is always the emotional center of the story,” Reeves said. Collider. “Because what often happens is, after you’ve done the first one, all of a sudden other villains’ gallery characters come in, and they take over, and then Batman sort of takes a back seat in character, or emotionally.”

The batter watched a reclusive Bruce Wayne evolve from a feared, street-stalking creature of the night into a symbol of hope for a Gotham City terrorized by the Riddler’s crusade against the elite – a vendetta that exposes the truth about Bruce’s parents, the gunshot Martha, (Stella Stocker) and Thomas Wayne (Luke Roberts).

In an exclusive interview with Comic bookReeves confirmed he’s developing the script for The batter sequel separated from the DC Universe in the planning stages of DC Studios heads James Gunn and Peter Safran. Reeves has yet to reveal the identity of Battinson’s next foe, but the director has expressed an interest in Hush, who in the comics is an enigmatic foe from Bruce/Batman’s past.

Warner Bros. Pictures has not yet set a release date The Batman2.

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