Everyone is waiting to see what kind of treats Matt Reeves The Batman will bring, the script appears about ready, the lead role has been cast, so hopefully we should start to hear more about this going forward. However, until DC reveals anything about the movie we are still firmly in speculation land about almost every aspect of the movie other than who will play Batman, which we now know will be Robert Pattinson.
One lucky guy has already seen some of Matt Reeves plans for the movie and that’s long-time collaborator Michael Giacchino. The legendary composer worked with Matt Reeves on Planet of the Apes and Cloverfield and revealed yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con that what he has seen of Reeves movie so far is amazing, check it out.
“Matt and I worked on Planet of the Apes together, we made Cloverfield. Matt is really big, Matt’s amazing. So, Matt wanted me to tell you that he’s working very hard to make a good movie… I’ve actually been able to see a few things that he’s showed me that he’s working on and it’s pretty darn awesome. It looks really, really amazing.”
Giacchino was also asked if he would be scoring the movie to which he was a little more vague with his answer.
“I don’t know. We’ll see. I just know that my friend is working really hard right now. Anyway, I’ll say that.”
Who knows when we will start to get more details on this movie, but it certainly isn’t likely to be this weekend at Comic-Con. Far as we know the only role that’s been cast thus far is Pattman himself, though we do have plenty of rumoured villains showing up. According to the rumors we could have The Riddler, Penguin, Catwoman, and Firefly and maybe even others all making an appearance.
If there is any other mention of the movies at SDCC this weekend then LRM will be sure to pass the details on as soon as we hear them. Well, my colleagues who are in attendance will, lucky sods.
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SOURCE: SDCC 2019