After A Nap, Matt Reeves Will Get To THE BATMAN 2

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THE BATMAN director has big plans for THE BATMAN-verse…he just wants us all to enjoy the first one as a standalone movie first.

Speaking to  Los Angeles Times En Español, here’s what he had to say about future cinematic installments…

I think the first thing is a very long nap and here’s the thing, my feeling in doing the film was always that I would never treat it as chapter 1. Because chapter 1 assumes that there are more chapters. So what I wanted to do was to make this movie a satisfying experience so that people could experience a new fresh version of a character that the world has loved for over 80 years. I think that if we succeed on that front, I know that I have a lot of stories I want to tell and then we’ll do chapter 2, but not because we didn’t make this one a complete experience. Let’s just see what happens, let’s see the audience watch it. I hope they connect to it and if they do then yes there’s definitely more to do and I will not be napping for too long!

And I don’t blame him for wanting to take a bit of time away from Gotham since the dude has been working on this film for basically 5 years straight.

Let’s all take his advice and enjoy THE BATMAN right now, and the 2 HBO Max spinoffs, as well as a big-screen sequel, will get here soon enough.

Check out the full interview below. – Bill “Jett” Ramey



THE BATMAN hits theaters on March 4, 2022. Follow BOF’s Everything About THE BATMAN Page.  Make plans to attend BOF’s THE BATMAN Watch Party.

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Lifelong Batman fan Bill "Jett" Ramey is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Batman-On-Film.com. His passions include Dallas Cowboys football, Elvis Presley, Rock music, cold beer, dive bars, the University of Texas Longhorns, and of course, Batman. He resides in the great state of Texas with his lovely wife ("Announcer Rachel") and his .5 Boston Terrier.