Matt Reeves, the director of The Batman starring Robert Pattinson, has confirmed that he’s at the moment engaged on the sequel and has a gathering with DC Studio bosses James Gunn and Peter Safran to speak about the way forward for the BatVerse.
In an interview with Collider, Reeves revealed that he can be assembly with Gunn and Safran quickly to speak about his BatVerse, which he stated would proceed to be developed parallel with the brand new DC Universe. However, the director added that though there’s a future for his BatVerse, he will not have free reign over the long-term plan.
“They [Gunn and Safran] have been great,” Reeves stated. “…We’re actually supposed to meet in the next few weeks because they want to talk to me about the broad plan, and then they want to hear the BatVerse plan.
“We’re simply getting collectively to speak about all of that. Look, I’m excited to listen to what they will do. The BatVerse factor, as James has stated, and as Peter has stated, is form of its personal factor they’re letting us do.”
The DC Studio co-heads took over in October and were quick to change the future of the DC Universe by canceling Wonder Woman 3 and confirming that Henry Cavill won’t be returning as Superman despite the actor previously announcing his return. However, some projects such as Blue Beetle and The Flash are still in the works, as well as Reeves’ BatVerse.
Reeves added that he had a dream for what his BatVerse would look like and that’s what he’s going to be discussing in the meeting, saying, “They’re going to be speaking to me about what they’re doing of their 10-year plan or definitely what’s within the close to future as properly in order that we will perceive that we’re not–it’s air site visitors control–we do not wish to be crashing into one another. We wish to assist one another. I’m tremendous excited. I’m actually excited to listen to about what they’re doing and to be working with them. It’s going to be cool.”
Production for The Penguin, The Batman’s spin-off series for HBO Max featuring Colin Farrell, will begin filming in February.