Andrés Muschietti, director of the upcoming “The Flash,” sent fans a frenzy on Friday with a sneak peek at Michael Keaton’s return as Batman.
The DC Extended Universe director posted on his Instagram to share a picture of Keaton’s classic Batman costume. The photo, which follows a few other Muschietti mocks about the film, shows the iconic Batman chest. Iconic black and yellow with a few drops of blood.
Muschietti was shy about the details and did not provide a caption. Encourage many followers and fans of this franchise to get involved.
MICHAEL KEATON IS BATMAN IN UPCOMING ‘THE FLASH’ MOVIE
“Dare, dare…,” one Instagram user responded.
“I’m really excited for this movie. You don’t know!! 2022 isn’t coming fast enough,’ said another, with multiple lightning emojis.
“Now you’re just teasing us,” another said.
“That’s how you make the entrance,” one replied.
Keaton’s involvement in Muschietti-directed DC Comics superhero movies It was confirmed by his talent agency, ICM Partners, in April.
Muschietti confirmed that production had begun in London in an Instagram post in April. Keaton first played the Caped Crusader in Tim Burton’s 1989 movie “Batman” and again in 1992’s “Batman Returns.”
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Ezra Miller is set to return as Barry. Allen/The Flash fans were introduced to him in 2017’s “Justice League.” Sasha Calle, best known for “The Young and the Restless,” will play Supergirl.
Back in December, Keaton, 69, worried fans after he said deadline He worries about the safety of COVID-19 and says he probably won’t be making movies.
“To be honest, you know what worries me more than all this, it’s coronavirus,” Keaton said at the time. “I’m more worried. I am watching the COVID situation in the UK more than anything. That will determine everything. And that’s why I live out of town here on 17 acres, away from everyone. COVID worries me a lot. That’s my first thing about every project. I’ve looked and gone. Is this really killing me? And if not, we’ll talk.”
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Following The Wrap, “The Flash” will introduce fans to “the concept of copyright. which is one of the main ideas in support of DC Comics” and will allow “multiple versions of the same character to exist simultaneously.”
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Keaton’s version of Batman reportedly won’t affect Matt Reeves’ movies.”Batman,” starring Robert Pattinsonwhich is also being filmed in the UK.
“The Flash” is scheduled for release on November 4, 2022.