They also announced restart Suicide Squad and Super Pets.
Jonathon Dornbush and Hope Corrigan
Warner Bros. has just released dates for some of his upcoming DC films, including The Batman, who will not have Ben Affleck in the title role.
The Hollywood Reporter discovered Matta Reeves "The Batman" on June 25, 2021, following a recent interview with Matt Reeves about the conspiracy, movie wizards, and more. Meanwhile, Deadline reports that Ben Affleck will be after months of speculation not plays Bruce Wayne / Batman, intending to focus on younger Bruce in the film.
Affleck also Tweeted after the news, saying: "Excited for # TheBatman in the summer of 2021 and see the vision of @MattReevesLA". Diversity and THR have reported that sources suggest that Affleck's twitter forgave the role.
According to Variety, the WB is very happy with early drafts of Batman's film.
In addition, DC Super Pets will open on May 21, 2021, while the new Suicide Squad will be released on August 6, 2021.
The Suicide Squad, which Variety calls "rebooting" after the 2016 movie, will actually be written and directed by Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 and 2 director James Gunn, and we talked about why DC hiring Gunna for suicide squad has so well embedded.
This Batman solo film had a lively developmental process. Ben Affleck in 2017 said he would direct Batman's film. It was later confirmed that Affleck will not direct the film, but will continue to produce and operate the project. Later rumors suggested Affleck would end his drive to the DC Extended Space as Batman in suicide 2.
Reports about the animated movie Legie Super-Pets came about last year. The Super-Pets team first appeared in Adventure Comics # 293 in February 1962.
Jonathon Dornbush is the IGN news editor. Talk to him on Twitter @jmdornbush.