Matt Reeves and his 6th & Idaho production company are heading to Netflix for their next project after The Batman.
While there is no indication yet that Ben Affleck is leaving his title role as The Batman, new artwork reveals what Jon Hamm could look like as Batman.
Ben Affleck may portray the Caped Crusader again, but not in the movie you thought it would be.
Former Mad Men star Jon Hamm is reportedly gunning hard for the lead role in The Batman, even if he'd have to replace his good friend Ben Affleck to do so.
The perceived failure of Justice League has led to some big changes at Warner Bros. and DC.
While Jake Gyllenhaal is the front runner to take over for Ben Affleck in The Batman, maybe older actors George Clooney or Michael Keaton should return.
Ben Affleck sounds more and more unsure that we wants to return for The Batman, but Warner Bros. doesn't like the sound of his possible replacement.
Director Matt Reeves plans to continue the story of The Batman after Justice League, even if Jake Gyllenhaal replaces Ben Affleck.
BossLogic offers new fan art depicting actor Jake Gyllenhaal as the DCEU's new Batman.
A new report claims that The Batman director already has his eyes set on a replacement for Ben Affleck if the actor drops out.
Director Matt Reeves' The Batman may lose Ben Affleck after all as the actor is still contemplating his next move.
Ben Affleck gives a rather non-committal answer when asked about his future of playing Batman in the DCEU, while promoting Justice League.
Warner Bros. is hoping to start production on Matt Reeves' The Batman by this coming summer.
The CW's Arrow gets Deathstroke back, is it because Matt Reeves no longer needs him for The Batman?
Director Matt Reeves claims The Batman is a standalone movie in the DCEU, but won't comment on Ben Affleck's return just yet.
It's unclear whether The Batman will be part of the DCEU and if Ben Affleck is returning or not.
Ben Affleck will not continue to play Batman in the DCEU in Matt Reeves' upcoming standalone movie as previously rumored.
Matt Reeves explains how The Batman was pitched as a standalone movie that isn't part of the DC Extended Universe.
From George Miller's Justice League: Mortal to The Wachowski's Batman: Year One, a lot of potentially great Batman movies have been canceled over the years.
Casey Affleck has revealed that brother Ben isn't returning for the standalone Batman movie, but it's not certain that he isn't joking.