By Kofi Outlaw – August 9, 2018 08:35 pm EDT Share 6 Comments 6 There’s still a lot of uncertainty surrounding DC Entertainment and Warner Bros.’ next plans for the Batman movie franchise – in fact, San Diego Comic-Con 2018 came and went with nary a reveal about the project, which is coming from Dawn and War for the Planet of the Apes director, Matt Reeves. Rumor continues to be the only thing to go on – and the latest one states that The Batman is going to be drawing from the Batman: Year One comics for its storyline. Revenge of the Fan has an extensive breakdown on what’s going on with The Batman, and a major part of that report has to do with the film’s casting goals, as related to its setting. According to RotF, Warner Bros. and DC are now looking for “a Bruce who’s 15 to 20 years younger, and is meant to be 25 to 30 years old in the story Reeves wants to tell.” This is supposedly to find a Bruce Wayne who will be the centerpiece of a storyline based on Frank Miller’s “Year One”, according to RotF: “In short, if Batman v… Read full this story
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