The deal is particularly interesting because “Batman: Caped Crusader,” an animated series that Reeves was producing with his friend and collaborator, JJ Abrams, was recently scrapped at HBO Max. Although it is important to note that it will be purchased elsewhere and is expected to find a home. Still, Reeves feels it’s the best home for the future, and there’s some sense to that given how many projects he’s set up at Warner Bros. present.
Reeves is, for one, working on a sequel to “The Batman,” with Robert Pattinson returning and “The Batman” co-writer Mattson Tomlin set to talk back to the filmmaker to pen the screenplay. copies, each The Hollywood Reporter. Additionally, Reeves has a number of spin-offs in HBO Max productions, including the show Penguin starring Colin Farrell. An Arkham Asylum show is also in development, although the Penguin series is much closer to the real camera. In any case, Reeves will spend so much time on Bath that he probably won’t have much time elsewhere. De Luca has this to say about it:
“Pam and I gratefully inherited our relationship with Matt from The Batman and through the early stages of planning The Penguin series for HBO Max. We’re delighted to have reached his mutual agreement because That’s the foundation of what we want to do with the filmmakers who are working on set.We want to create an atmosphere where all these filmmakers can excel and do their jobs. and stay with us while they’re in the Warners family. Keeping Matt and creating a home for him to work on more projects in the Batman Universe but also the original, is very important to us.”
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