A new report has revealed how Warner Bros. and Matt Reeves landed on Robert Pattinson for The Batman.
Matt Reeves, in a sly move, took to Twitter to all but confirm The Batman will star Robert Pattinson in the lead role.
Will we see a new version of Robin alongside Robert Pattinson's Bruce Wayne in The Batman?
Warner Bros. had seemingly narrowed it down to two finalists for The Batman before Robert Pattinson was declared the winner.
Additional details regarding Robert Pattinson's casting in The Batman have come to light.
The Batman is rumored to have two villains, with one enterprising fan imagining Vanessa Hudgens as Catwoman.
Be it Robert Pattinson, Nicholas Hoult or someone else, Warner Bros. isn't messing around in casting the lead role for The Batman.
Robert Pattinson is reportedly going to star in The Batman and Josh Gad wants his chance at taking on the role of The Penguin.
Further info on Matt Reeves' The Batman claims that The Penguin will likely show up alongside another iconic DC villain.
Batman candidate Robert Pattinson actually tried out the character's voice, jokingly, more than a decade ago.
Multiple reports have surfaced stating that Robert Pattinson hasn't yet locked down the role in Matt Reeves' The Batman.
The Twilight actor is reportedly in the process of finalizing a deal to star in Matt Reeves' The Batman.
George Clooney feels his Batman & Robin role disqualifies him from any more involvement with Batman.
Shazam! producer Peter Safran shed some light on the workings behind-the-scenes for DC projects in terms of tone regarding The Batman and Joker movies.
Matt Reeves has revealed that he anticipates The Batman to begin shooting this year and reveals what he's been listening to while writing the script.
Matt Reeves' The Batman will feature a much younger version of the character who doesn't have as much experience in the cape and cowl.