There's a reason Matt Reeves' "War for the Planet of the Apes" is listed by critics alongside "Mad Max: Fury Road" and "Logan" as one of the most significant big-budget franchise movies of the 2010s. Unlike 2014's "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," where he replaced "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" director Rupert Wyatt a year into pre-production, Reeves was involved with "War" from the very start. This allowed him to imbue the film with a mythic quality that is missing from "Dawn" (which is still a damn dirty fine "Apes" movie in its own right).
Robert Pattinson’s performance as Bruce Wayne in Matt Reeves’ The Batman will no doubt go down as one of the finest interpretations of the character ever on the big screen. Dark and gritty, it sometimes felt like a love letter to the comics. However, at times, it was evident that Reeves changed some important aspects of the character, from Bruce Wayne’s playboy disguise to Batman’s growly voice. While some creative decisions may seem dubious, Reeves has a good reason for everything.
Director Matt Reeves has opened up about why Bruce Wayne doesn’t disguise his voice when he transforms into the Caped Crusader in the latest version of The Batman. Reeves’ reimagining of the popular superhero stars Robert Pattinson as the titular character. Throughout the film, Wayne/Batman follows clues left behind by a sadistic killer. In a recent interview,the director explained his decision in giving his Dark Knight a natural-sounding voice rather than a growl, as done in previous iterations. “I knew I didn’t wanna do a Batman that had been done previously, that had the growl that we’d seen,” Reeves...
Why Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne Doesn’t Disguise His Voice When He’s Batman, According To Matt Reeves
Fans seem to be loving Robert Pattinson’s interpretation of the titular hero in Matt Reeves’ The Batman. From his intense style of combat to his emo-esque demeanor, there’s a lot to enjoy about this Dark Knight. This version of Bruce Wayne has some interesting attributes, with one being the fact that he doesn’t really disguise his voice when he’s suited up. It’s a surprising move, considering previous cinematic interpretations of the character. However, Reeves put a lot of thought into this particular creative choice.
There is little doubt that fans were thrilled when Barry Keoghan's character was finally revealed in The Batman. We even got a better look at the Arkham Asylum inmate in the deleted scene where he interacts with Robert Pattinson's Caped Crusader. However, it looks like that guy was not who we thought he is. Director Matt Reeves has just confirmed that Keoghan's character has not yet established himself as the Joker!
Warner Bros. has been on a roll with its DC movies, set both within and outside of the main DCEU. Matt Reeves’ The Batman was in the latter category, and a sequel was recently confirmed by the studio at CinemaCon. Some fans are hoping this means we’ll see more of Barry Keoghan’s Joker, especially since the theatrical cut teased his role in the burgeoning franchise. Reeves recently explained exactly why he cut that additional Joker scene with Robert Pattinson.
(CNN) - A sequel is in the works for “The Batman” with Robert Pattinson returning in the title role. The director of the first film, Matt Reeves, delivered the news at an annual trade show for theater owners this week. Reeves confirmed he will write and direct the...
Click here to read the full article. When Matt Reeves graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Tim Burton was about to film Batman’s big return to the big screen. Now The Batman writer-director and Class of 1988 alum will give the 2022 commencement address on May 13 at the campus-adjacent Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. SCA also said today that Insecure writer-director-EP Prentice Penny, a 1995 SCA grad, will receive its Mary Pickford Alumni Award. He was previously was announced as the speaker for the 2022 USC Black Graduation Ceremony on May 11 at Cromwell Field on campus. Reeves’ The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson,...
In another unsurprising sequel news from this week’s film industry gathering CinemaCon, Warner Bros. has confirmed that it will make a sequel to The Batman. Robert Pattinson, who starred in the first film, and Matt Reeves, who directed it, will both return for the sequel. There was no word on when the film will be released.
The Batman is officially getting a sequel with Robert Pattinson and director Matt Reeves. Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment announced The Batman 2 at CinemaCon on Tuesday night, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Details on the project are pretty slim, but it's enough to know that we'll be going back to that version of Gotham City.
Director Matt Reeves has begun writing a sequel to The Batman, which he and Dylan Clark will also produce, according to Warner Bros. Pictures. The announcement comes after the current film’s global box office total surpassed $750 million. Toby Emmerich, Chairman, Warner Bros. Pictures Group, and Reeves, who joined Emmerich onstage during his opening remarks at the Warner Bros. Pictures presentation at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, made the announcement today.