Recent reports suggest Michael Keaton was in line for a surprise comeback as Batman in The Flash in 2022 opposite Ezra Miller The actor, however, has cooled speculation in a new update during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Keaton, unsurprisingly, was reluctant to stamp Bat-stamp his return as Caped Crusader: « We’re having talks, as they say We’re talking about it We’ll see if it happens »
The actor was keen to share his thoughts on his favorite Batman, however – especially behind him potentially alongside another Dark Knight as Ben Affleck in the 2022 DC movie
So out of all the bats on screen, from George Clooney to Christian Bale, who was his favorite? « Me, » Keaton said excitedly He also joked that « all 127 » Batmen would show up in The Flash
Story details on the Scarlet Speeder solo film – directed by director Andy Muschietti – are scarce, although it is believed The Flash will at least partially adapt the Flashpoint comic book series that not only includes the multiverse (something DC is pushing hard these days), but also allows Ben Affleck’s Batman and Michael Keaton’s original on-screen hero to coexist
There’s even been a glimpse of this latest Batman’s influence on the movie August’s DC FanDome event revealed that Ezra Miller’s Flash will have a new costume, custom-built by Batfleck himself.
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