Robert Pattinson’s The Batman sequel finally has a confirmed release date
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We finally have a release date confirmed for the sequel of Robert Pattinson's The Batman.
The new look Caped Crusader flew into cinemas last year and audiences around the world loved the Twilight star in the main role.
Colin Farrell, Zoë Kravitz and Paul Dano were similarly praised for their portrayal of iconic Gotham characters Penguin, Catwoman and The Riddler.
We were left with a big suggestion at the end of the lengthy three-hour film that we weren't going to be seeing the end of this new look franchise.
But, you better hold your breath because you won't get to see the sequel any time soon.
James Gunn has confirmed The Batman II will hit cinemas on 3 October 2025.
So, only 975 days left to wait.
DC co-boss James Gunn made the revelation during his extensive outlook for what the company is planning over the next few years.
The Batman sequel has been sidelined to the 'DC Elseworlds' roster, which includes the likes of the highly anticipated Joker: Folie à Deux with Joaquin Phoenix and Lady Gaga, as well as Teen Titans Go!.
Variety reports James Gunn will cast a new Batman for his main DC Extended Universe movie titled The Brave and the Bold, which will focus on a Batman and Robin story.
The Batman director Matt Reeves recently sat down with James Gunn to ensure their two narratives won't clash.
He told Collider back last month: “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 just getting together to talk about all of that."
He added: “Look, I’m excited to hear what they’re going to do. The BatVerse thing, as James has said, and as Peter [Safran] has said, is kind of its own thing they’re letting us do.”
Chapter One of the DCEU's movie slate has been called 'Gods and Monsters.
Gunn confirmed all DC films yet to be released - so, Shazam! Fury Of The Gods, The Flash, Blue Beetle and Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom - will not be scrapped and will still make it to cinemas.
For TV, fans will cop an animated series Creature Commandos with seems to include Weasel from The Suicide Squad.
We'll also be getting a Peacemaker spin-off series called Waller with Viola Davis.
That will be followed by Lanterns, which was described as True Detective with a 'terrifying mystery' that links spanning across the DC universe.
Paradise Lost will be a Game of Thrones-style drama set on all-female island Themyscira,Wonder Woman’s birthplace, which will be set before the Wonder Woman films.
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