Matt Reeves Clarifies That The Batman IS Part Of The DCEU

Matt Reeves Clarifies That The Batman IS Part Of The DCEU

Matt Reeves Clarifies That The Batman IS Part Of The DCEU

Update: The Batman director Matt Reeves has clarified his remarks about The Batman not being "part of" the DC Extended Universe.

Reeves tweeted, "Jeez, what'd I miss, guys...?"

On the other hand, word just broke that WB and DC are planning a Joker standalone origin film that is set outside of the DCEU.

"Of course Batman will be part of the D.C. Universe", Reeves wrote. "Batman will be BATMAN..."

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For a while there, it looked like Warner Bros. had finally got their sprawling and beleaguered #DCEU under control. Yes, we will be in the same universe as Justice League; no, we will not see any other characters from Justice League. A "cinematic universe" is generally meant to refer to a series with strong continuity - like how every Marvel property mentions the attack in NY from Avengers at least once.

All of this comes on the heels of a confusing post last night over at the Hollywood Reporter, which initially suggested that Ben Affleck would not be appearing in The Batman, before offering up a retraction/addendum that.well, that didn't entirely clear things up. Phillips will direct the movie, and Martin Scorsese will produce it with Phillips. But he's not going to do that movie, I don't think.

Is The Batman Really Outside DCEU Canon? While Reeves and Warner Bros. has been sketchy in regard to answering that curiosity, Matt is now sharing what The Batman won't be. Just the other day they even announced a standalone Joker origin movie that's presumably taking place in a separate canon. Remember, back in 2009 Warner Bros. cast Armie Hammer as Batman in the scrapped Justice League: Mortal while Christian Bale was still portraying the character in Christopher Nolan's solo Batman films.

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