Michael Keaton's Batman Reboot Reportedly Killed at Warner Bros

A new rumor hinted that DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn axed a new solo Michael Keaton Batman movie.

Michael Keaton's Batman Reboot Reportedly Killed at Warner Bros

As new DC Studios chiefs James Gunn and Peter Safran look to reshape the DC Universe, they have reportedly nixed a solo Batman movie that would have starred Michael Keaton.

Keaton is currently set to make a thrilling return to the cape and cowl in 2023's The Flash, pushing the boundaries of the DC Multiverse to new heights with his older and highly experienced Caped Crusader. But as James Gunn and Peter Safran start their path toward reimagining the DC Universe on the big screen, the franchise as a whole is facing a number of questions thanks to rumors of major changes already going into place.

Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel 2 has reportedly been shelved indefinitely, and rumors have also indicated that Jason Momoa’s time as Aquaman may also be finished. On top of that, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman 3 now stands without director Patty Jenkins as Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) continues to retool and revamp the controversial DC story that's coming in the next few years.

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