Matt Reeves: ‘If all goes well, Robert Pattinson and I should shoot a second Batman’

MEET – With The Batmanthe American director signs a new version of the bat man, inspired by his masters of cinema.

Brush mustache, hair back, the quick word, we quickly perceive that the American director Matt Reeves is very eager to defend “his” Batman.

At 55, this close friend of James Gray rose to prominence in 2008 with the fantastic action film Cloverfield. With The Batman, he signs a new version of the batman, one that rivals the works of Tim Burton or Christopher Nolan. However, it was not he who came to find the heads of Warner Bros to offer them to make a new “Batman solo movie” ten years after The Dark Knight Rises in 2012.

“I was shooting the end of The Planet of the Apes when I got a call from Warnersays the director. I was so busy that I told them I would see them later. My agent then revealed to me that it was about Batman. So I managed to find time!”

Passionate about the masked vigilante imagined in 1939 by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, Matt Reeves admits to being…

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