Is ‘The Flash‘ director Andy Muschietti next to direct the Batman movie? During the premiere of ‘The Flash’, Josh K. Elliott, the senior global editor at Narcity Canada, asked Andy Muschietti about the direction he would take if given the opportunity to direct his own Batman movie, Andy Muschietti responded, “I don’t think I can talk to that… yet.” See the post below.
Andy Muschietti’s Involvement in Upcoming DC Film Lineup, Including “Batman: The Brave and the Bold,” Remains Unconfirmed
Muschietti’s involvement in the upcoming DC film lineup, especially “Batman: The Brave and the Bold,” has not been officially confirmed. This film, centered around the DC Comics characters Batman and Robin, will be part of Chapter One: Gods and Monsters within the DC Universe.
On Twitter, James Gunn said that Batman: The Brave and the Bold will feature his favorite iteration of Robin, Damian Wayne. In the announcement (Via: Digital Spy), he said the character is “a little son of a bitch.” The film will also serve as the “introduction of the DCU Batman”, which we presume means a very different Batman from the one Pattinson has played. The film is also reported to be inspired by Grant Morrison’s run on Batman comics, in which Batman discovers a son he never knew he had.
The Flash will be released in theaters on June 16, 2023. The film stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash alongside Sasha Calle, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdú, Kiersey Clemons, Antje Traue, and Michael Keaton.
According to our review, The Flash is an ambitious and visually stunning superhero film that delves into the consequences of time travel and the choices we make. It successfully integrates multiple DC characters and universes, creating an immersive and thrilling experience. With strong performances and thought-provoking themes, The Flash movie ends the Syderverse.