We nonetheless have to attend a bit greater than a 12 months (if we’re fortunate) to see a brand new imaginative and prescient of Batman make his option to the large display screen. That’s when Robert Pattinson dons the cape and cowl in The Batman, directed by Matt Reeves. Reeves isn’t simply directing The Batman, he additionally co-wrote the script with Mattson Tomlin. solar caught up with Tomlin to debate the screenplay he wrote for Undertaking Energy, a superhero-esque motion film that arrives on Netflix later this week (you'll be able to learn our full Undertaking Energy-centric interview with Tomlin right here), and the author gave us some tantalizing hints about what could be in retailer for The Batman.
“It’s powerful to speak about, simply since you need the film to talk for itself,” Tomlin admits. Nevertheless, he’s nonetheless keen to speak in broad phrases about how this model of the Darkish Knight will probably be completely different from ones we’ve seen on display screen in recent times. Each Batman v. Superman: Daybreak of Justice and Justice League, which starred Ben Affleck in the cape and cowl, targeted on an older, extra skilled Darkish Knight, however that isn’t the case for The Batman, which options Pattinson as a Bruce Wayne who is simply simply starting his profession as Batman.
“It’s the early days,” he says. “I believe that, first of all, it’s a youthful model than the most up-to-date variations that we’ve seen.”
However Tomlin and Reeves are additionally appear to be taking a extra philosophical method to their Batman.